Today, I wanted to show you how I am incorporating a coastal elegance theme in my tablescape for both my breakfast and dining room table. Want to try this look? Here are a few tips.
Light Up the Night With Candles
This is the second time I have used these batttery operated candles. I appreciate how they flicker like real candles without the worry of a real flame. They elevate the look by providing warmth and a romantic feel. I linked them below in case you are interested in trying them out.
Bring Home that Coastal Feel with Woven Seagrass
You can find glasses at Home Goods and Pottery Barn that are wrapped in woven seagrass. When washing the cups, just simply slide off the woven seagrass when not in use. This makes every afternoon tea feel extra special. You can also easily find napkin holders and chargers that have this similar feel. When incorporating all three of these looks, you will be sure to bring that coastal feel home.
Bring in Gold for Added Elegance
I added small touches of gold for added elegance to this tablescape. I did this using gold bases for my candles. Those are linked below. I also paired a clear charger with a gold rim behind my plate to give it an extra touch of elegance. I found that at Hobby Lobby. You can see that I also added a wine glass that has a gold rim and sea green base. This was a great find at Home Goods. Just these three small touches of gold bring more elegance to this coastal tablescape.
Use White & Sea Green Flowers With Seashells
I used these clear vases going down my table like I did with my spring tablescape again because they are so versatile with any tablescape theme. I used artificial flowers from Hobby Lobby in the colors of white and sea green so that this theme can last well into the summer months. I simply just alternated seashells from one side to the other as I went down the centerpiece. I was really happy how this look turned out.
Extend the Coastal Elegance Look
I added starfish decor from Hobby Lobby with various pieces that use woven material and rattan to extend the coastal look. I added in an extra flower arrangement here as well with more shades of blue, sea green, and white.
For my kitchen island centerpiece, I took a larger and smaller hurricane vase and added potpourri that had seashells, sea glass, and driftwood to the vase. I chose to fill this one with bright white flowers.
Coastal Elegance Breakfast Table
I wanted to extend this look to my breakfast table so I used a striped table cloth, light woven table chargers, a beaded lantern centerpiece, and coastal plastic plates. My island was already painted in waterscape paint color by Sherwin Williams with the use of shiplap to connect this theme throughout my home.
Carry the Coastal Elegance Look Outside
We ended up purchasing polywood furniture in the sea glass color for outside on our back patio area. There is something calming about seeing this peaceful color scheme outside as well. I will create a post on our patio look when those furniture pieces arrive.
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