Last week, I shared my amazing finds from a recent trip to Ikea. One of the (many) items I couldn't resist was a colorful spring tablecloth (at a steal- $15!) from their kitchen + dining section.
Since I've already spruced up my dining room table with my DIY potted clothespin planters, I thought it'd be fun to wave a magical spring wand across our kitchen breakfast table this time around. I usually prefer not to cover up our rustic table (which only has two chairs... I know, I've fallen slightly short of my goal to "collect" white chairs to put around the table), but I thought it was high time I make an exception for this fun spring tablecloth.
I usually opt for runners instead of tablecloths, but I thought this little guy could be perfect later in the season for outdoor entertaining or maybe even picnics in the park?!
I simply grabbed three old recycled glass bottles and filled them with some spring clippings from our yard. I chose all white so the flower colors didn't compete with the bright patterned tablecloth.
I love our azaleas and peonies! That's my first peony bloom of the year, by the way. It smells delish.
I'm loving the unexpected pop of color every time I walk into the room!
For those of you who like the big picture view... here's our little spring-ed out breakfast nook. I love how you can see our DIY garden wall in the background. All that foliage ties in nicely!
So there you have it. A cheap and easy spring table for $15.
Spring table in the dining room....
Spring table in the kitchen breakfast nook....
Have you spring-ed out your house yet this season?