Hi friends! What a rough few weeks it’s been! But I am thankful to have a healthy family and a home that feels safe right now. 

If you are coming from Ciao Newport Beach, welcome! I’ve teamed up with a few blogger friends today to give you some ideas for decorating your table with thrifted finds. You know how I love a thrift store treasure, and I used my second hand items on my table today. Our dining room is just off our kitchen. I gave it a makeover last year with dark paint, which you can see here.

My inspiration was my pretty white plates that have a textured floral design to the edges. I was so happy when I found a stack of them in several sizes at Goodwill quite a few years ago, and I've used them countless times since then. I especially love finding dinnerware at thrift stores, because you can easily find so many vintage pieces that are one-of-a-kind.

The napkins have a pretty doily design on them and are vintage. I actually found vintage-looking napkins on Amazon here that I love. The napkin rings were a Goodwill find. You can find similar napkin rings here. They bring a nice warm natural look to the nearly all-white place setting.

Fresh greenery is always a must, no matter what season it is! I cut a few branches from one of our pear trees, and put them into this thrifted vase for a simple, neutral look. I also tucked a little branch of an asparagus fern into each of the napkins.

I picked up the gold flatwear from Goodwill a few years ago and have loved the warm color it brings to the table. You can find similar ones on Amazon here.

I'm always on the hunt for wood cutting boards at thrift stores and have one in the center of this table. They are usually pretty easy to find, and I like the worn texture that they give my kitchen. I really like the price point of this one from Amazon.

Thanks for visiting! Up next on the Spring Tablescape Tour is Ally from The Tiny White House. I love the blue and white theme that she went with! You can see more Spring tablescape ideas on the blogs of these talented ladies today!

April 03, 2020 — Aimee Weaver