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Kitchen Table Decor Ideas to Add Style to Your Home

Everyone has that one part of the house that is their favorite or the room they think is the best decorated. Growing up here in the South, the dining room and kitchen have always been the rooms that seem to be decorated the prettiest.

 

Holidays at Grandma’s are still the most vibrant and decked out to this day, accompanied with a beautiful, eye-catching tablescape. So, how do you get a noteworthy kitchen table? Follow the steps below and you will be giving Grandma a run for her money in no time!

 

Clayton Rutledge Avondale Manufactured Home

 

First, you’ll want to decide how much time and effort you’re willing to give to this project. Do you want the table to be elaborate, simple or somewhere in between?  Take a look at the breakdown of each and once you decide which direction you want to go, we will discuss the best way to achieve that perfect setting.

 

Elaborate Tablescapes - Bring on the decorating

Norris Hampton Manufactured Home

 

What you need:

  1. Base
  2. Centerpiece
  3. Burner plates or chargers
  4. Plates
  5. Napkins
  6. Cups
  7. Silverware

 

 

Quick and Easy Tablescapes - I want it pretty, but I don’t have much time

Cavalier Manufactured Home

 

What you need: 

  1. Base
  2. Centerpiece
  3. Burner plates, chargers or placemats
  4. Napkins

 

Simple Tablescapes - I'll be lucky if I even have time to decorate

Schult Heritage Manufactured Home

 

What you need:

  1. Base
  2. Centerpiece

 

So, now that you have some insight to the task at hand, let’s talk about a few of the items listed. Regardless of which design you're choosing, you need a base and a centerpiece. These are the staples to your tablescape.

 

  • A Base: It can be a tablecloth, runner or placemats. You can even do two or more different types of bases on your table, layers are in this Spring and Summer! Burlap and lace always mix well together in this instance for a more classic chic look.

 

  • A Centerpiece: They are my favorite because you can be so creative! Flowers are a safe bet to brighten up your area. Put some daisies or daffodils in a glass water pitcher that is lined with lemons for a pretty seasonal feel. Plus, lemons make your flowers live a little longer.

 

  • Placemats: Try to choose placemats you can use year round and that go well with different centerpieces and bases. Browns, navy, greys, creams and golds are all placemat colors that you can mix with other pieces for a great tablescape!

 

 

No matter which tablescape design you choose for your kitchen table decor, it's sure to brighten up the room and add your own touch of character to your home. If you're dreaming about a new kitchen to decorate, check out the countless options we have here at Clayton!

 

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Topics Decor and Design