Thursday, April 2, 2015

Bunnies and Burlap

It seems that boys are allergic to pink and green and all the traditional colors of Easter, so since I'm expecting my grandsons today for a week, I decided to forgo the pastels and go to neutrals and burlap.  The only thing at danger here is the white tablecloth.  :-)  I did a similar table to this a couple of years ago that you can see here.

The new item this year is this set of William Sonoma napkins that my friend, Ann gave me for Christmas.

You can still see the bunny face when they are gathered, but WHY didn't I turn them the other way?
These napkin rings were from Pottery Barn several years ago.

Here's the way the table is looking.  Burlap and boys......good combination.

These plates and chargers are from Z Gallerie, and the bowl is from Portugal.

This old Imperial glass stem pairs well with these raffia covered stemless wine glasses.

My favorite candlesticks.

This centerpiece will last all week, since it is all artificial. 

Peter sits on a couple of latex cabbage leaves.....

with his friend Mopsy.

These seem to be in use all the time.  Love them.

I'll add a couple more places to this table and soon the fun will begin.

The sideboard display is the same as it is every spring.  You can see a tutorial that I did for it here.

Wishing you all a wonderful Holy season, and the gift of loved ones around your table.



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12 comments:

  1. Beautiful table, perfect for grandsons to enjoy too!

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  2. Those green bunny dishes are gorgeous, as is your entire tablescape. The big bunnies are so cute.
    Happy Easter,
    FABBY

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  3. I like your more natural interpretation of Easter!! I checked out your link and enjoyed seeing that GI Joe had joined you for Easter Dinner!! Hope you have a wonderful Easter!

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  4. Bunnies, burlap, and boys ~ that does sound like a winning combination. I had to smile when I read your title. One of my favorite Easter tables was several years ago...done with burlap and bunnies. ;-)
    Happy Easter to you and your little guys!

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  5. Oh, this a lovely table with the natural touches. The layered place setting is wonderful with the bunny plate. Have a Happy Easter!

    Pam

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  6. What a great look for an Easter table: love the burlap and your dish stack. Enjoy your grandsons and have a Happy Easter. Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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  7. Yep, burlap and bunnies should work just fine for the boys. Your table with its natural feel is very comfortable.

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  8. I am sure the boys will be happy with your burlap and bunnies theme...it is lovely!

    Wishing you and your family Easter blessings,
    Carolyn

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  9. I love the colors. They are stunning. With the burlap and browns there is a realistic earthiness to the overall look, which is my favorite. Charming, simply charming. Have a wonderful Easter

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  10. What a great set up for Easter, avoiding the traditional pastels! Where on earth do you store all of your plates?! ;)

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  11. Bunnies and burlap do make for a delightful Easter table. The BP bunny bowls are perfect for this natural setting. I love your sideboard display too. I may be copying you a bit for a Spring centerpiece.

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  12. I do love your Easter table! The bunnies and burlap are natural companions.

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