Been A Long Time Since I’ve Seen This Many Beautiful Spring Temptations!

Welcome to the 807th Tablescape Thursday! I definitely have spring on the brain these days. We’ve been having the most spectacular weather, lots of wonderful sunshine and beautiful blue skies! This wonderful weather put me in the mood yesterday to do some spring shopping, and oh my gosh, I found so many beautiful temptations! This beautiful table was just inside the front door when I visited Williams Sonoma yesterday.

Beautiful Spring Table, Easter Table 2024

 

This whole table was just a pure joy to view! Notice the beautiful pink glassware! here: Spring Bunny Dinnerware.

 

I don’t know about you, but after seeing so many bland, colorless tables in some shops online, I am so ready for tables that are bursting with beautiful spring color!

Pink Bunny Plates for Easter and Spring

 

The egg napkin rings were really pretty! (Napkin rings are available here: Elegant Napkin Rings for Spring Easter Tables.)

 

I’ve been hoping to find Bordallo Pinheiro cabbage charger plates. I just noticed that they are using them for this table. I wish they were a tad larger so they showed more under the dinner plate.

 

They had so many beautiful unique pieces in this design.

 

This was my greatest temptation while shopping yesterday. Love, love, love this porcelain Champagne bucket! It was really beautiful in person! I think it could do double-duty as a vase, too. It’s so nice to see beautiful pieces like this available again. You’ll find it available here: Champagne Bucket.

 

Every spring, I can’t wait to see what bunnies WS brings out in their white bunny collection. I find those so easy to use in decorating and table settings. I should do a post sharing just the tables I’ve set over the years using white bunnies! They are such a great neutral in a centerpiece, which makes it super easy to fill or pair them with lots of wonderful color. I love that Williams Sonoma keeps bringing out new pieces every year! This bunny bowl featuring a mama bunny with her babies is available here: Bunny Bowl with Babies. It would be beautiful on a counter filled with fruit during the spring and summer months.

 

Another adorable bunny!

 

This adorable guy is available here: Bunny with Butterfly.

 

One of the white bunny pieces I purchased several years ago and continue to use each spring and summer is this adorable vase.

Spring Porch, Tulips in Bunny Vase

 

I think it’s my favorite vase ever!

Sculptural Bunny Vase with Spring Daffodils

 

It must be very popular since it’s back again this year. Love that! You’ll find it available here: Bunny Vase.

Sculptural Bunny Vase with Daffodils

 

A few years back, I set this table for spring. (Table setting can be viewed here: Dining in Mr. Mcgregor’s Garden.)

Bunny Glasses for Peter Rabbit Table

 

The salad plates I used for that table are back again; you’ll find that collection here: Peter Rabbit Plates. The salad plates are available here: Peter Rabbit Salad Plates. I hope William Sonoma never stops carrying the Peter Rabbit collections, they are my favorite for spring/Easter tables!

 

This platter was so much prettier in person than it looks in this photo. The colors are so much more vivid than they look here due to the glare from the windows. It’s stunning in person! This was another huge temptation, I almost came home with it and may go back for it. (Platter is available here: Peter Rabbit Serving Platter.)

 

I was super excited to see this wonderful display of Fortnum & Mason goodies! They even had a music canister that was designed to look like a carousel. If you’ve always wanted to try Fortnum and Mason products but didn’t want to pay international shipping, you’ll find many of their products here: Fortnum & Mason. Their Afternoon Tea Basket would make a wonderful shower, wedding, or birthday gift. The basket is available here: Afternoon Tea Basket.

 

There were so many wonderful edible goodies on display! Dangerous visit for my waistline! Ha!

 

They even had a bunny pan!  This would be fun to decorate for Easter.

 

One last beautiful table I saw toward the back of the store…love this lattice design! This collection is available here: Garden Lattice with Bunny. So tempted to pick up a few pieces from this collection.

 

Look forward to seeing all the beautiful table settings linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

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Comments

  1. Franceil Parde says

    I SO AGREE with you…more color (and, maybe cowbells…SNL.) WS is a fantastic spot to glean ideas…turn me loose!!! franki

  2. Oh! You showcased 2 of the patterns I’ve been coveting and circling for awhile. Those lattice bunny accent plates are calling my name and the vintage floral line is gorgeous. So many beautiful pieces. I might have to swing by Williams Sonoma later today. Thanks for hosting us as always. XO- MaryJo

  3. I totally love Williams Sonoma – it feels like the mother ship to me! I saw those gorgeous lattice bunny plates while I was in there buying my blue William Morris-inspired pieces, and you’re right – it’s so tempting! Thanks for sharing your trip and your darling white bunnies too. And thanks for hosting, as always – hope you’re getting ready for a lovely weekend!

  4. Tina Reynolds says

    I’m with you—-I am ready to see a lot of color! I’ve never been a fan of the current trend of making everything gray. Recently I have been looking at homes and condos for sale with a friend. Every single house has gray stained wood plank flooring and most rooms are painted gray. We have seen gray and even black kitchen cabinets. So dismal and dark! Spring colors will do us all some good!

  5. A field trip in colors…love it! That last one with the platter in lattice and with the little bunny…so so tempting. How cute.

  6. I love all the pretty Spring colors! They just make me feel joyful. Neutrals have their place, but nothing beats beautiful color. These are some gorgeous examples. That little lone bunny on the platter in the last picture is too cute. As is the baby bunny in the new white bunny bowl with his paws on the rim. So sweet. That Peter Rabbit platter is gorgeous too. And the price isn’t bad for WS.
    So many beautiful examples. Thanks for this, Susan.

    • I love that little bunny, he’s so cute in the center of the plate! Wish that set would go on sale, I’d be very tempted to pick up a few pieces.

  7. This post was so refreshing to see what Williams Sonoma is sharing this year. Me too, tired of bland neutrals ! This was a feast for the senses!

  8. Nice merchandise! Thanks for sharing, Susan. I don’t have a Wms Sonoma any nearer than 3 hrs! That tea basket is really nice.

    • Wow, 3 hours would be a hike. The WS near me is pretty small but it’s very close. I’m tempted to drive to one of the larger locations just to see what they have in stock. I love that tea basket! I wish I liked hot tea, because I want the basket, just not the tea. Ha! Maybe I could make iced tea with the tea bags/tea leaves.

  9. Oh how I wish I could afford to get 8 of those pink water goblets there. I just love them. WS is just too pricey for me. I don’t need to spend $160 on 8 glasses ever. But oh my word those pieces you shared – wow wow wow soooooooo cute. Love that “vintage” print china. That place is dreamy. I want to win the lottery!

    BTW I actually posted yesterday. For some reason my post didn’t get to my subscriber’s email so I am telling you in case you’d want to visit. ♥ My next post will have to be spring/Easter for sure.

  10. Susan, Thank you so much for hosting the wonderful Tablescape Thursday Blog Hop! I just love checking out all the tablescapes each week, as well as getting to share my latest one! I really enjoyed your visit to Williams-Sonoma. My nearest Williams-Sonoma is about an hour away, so I don’t get there often. I have loved your white bunny vase for a long time, thanks so much for including the link to it. Just used you link and ordered it for store pick up tomorrow. I can’t wait to use it on my Easter table. Loved the Peter Rabbit platter too. So beautiful! Thanks so much for all of your beautiful tables you share. – Patty

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