Welcome to the 395th Tablescape Thursday!
Recently I de-pollened the porch and gave it a little spring makeover.
I dressed the porch hutch with my fave porch dishes: Tabletops Unlimited, Ma Maison.
For this week’s Tablescape Thursday, I decided to give the hutch a little beach makeover using a dishware I purchased back in right after the porch was completed.
I found this beachy dishware in Kohl’s during the summer of 2008. It’s the “Shoreline Collection” by Home Studio.
The starfish and shell, seeded glassware was part of the collection so I purchased it at the same time. I have 8 of each design but just used 5 for balance in this little makeover.
I remember driving to 2-3 different Kohl’s back then to collect all the pieces for a complete set. You do what you have to do when a dish pattern steals your heart! The two fishy pitchers on the top shelf are from Marshalls (I think) a few years back.
You may remember the cute numbered pails from previous table settings. They are filled with a combination of shells collected and purchased shells.
The little pails come in handy for different types of tables. I filled them with eggs for this spring/Easter table setting a few years back. (Tablescape can be viewed here: Easter Tablescape with Bunny Centerpiece
Found this fun oar in Marshalls one year. It looks fun hanging above the hutch or just leaning against the wall.
The porch is ready for some summertime fun. Now we just need sunshine and a bit warmer weather!
Looking forward to all the beautiful table settings for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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