To be honest, this Valentine’s Day tablescape is all about yesterday’s cloche centerpiece. It’s literally my favorite one that Sarah has ever done and really captures everything that I want our Valentine’s Day tablescape for two to reflect. While traveling through Amsterdam a few years ago, I became obsessed with this painting and have always wanted to translate it somehow into a blog post. Sarah indulged me in my unexpected color palette, so I pulled dinnerware and glassware to complement it, rather than detract. This simple tablescape is really all about the centerpiece.
image source: sherman coffee table from Urban Outfitters.
For the past few years, we’ve used a vintage army trunk for a coffee table. It holds climbing gear, while also providing a great surface for us to prop up our feet for movie nights. Lately though, it’s been feeling a bit too heavy and bulky for the space. I’m in the mood to simplify and lighten up our space, which has me shopping for a coffee table with storage. I absolutely love our trunk and will probably find a new spot for it in the bungalow, but I just need it to feel a bit… different in here! I’ve looked at soooo many coffee tables that I knew I had to share with you guys. Whether you also live in a small space or your home is normal-sized, hopefully this round up of coffee tables with storage will help!
So here’s the thing about this gift guide: it’s not the most glamorous. Instead these presents for small spaces provide much needed storage and organization into a tiny home. My theory is that instead of giving a gift that adds to the clutter of a small home, why not give something that is actually functional? With that in mind (and my own tiny bungalow), here are some perfect presents for small spaces:
After styling an over-the-top, more-is-more tablescape for Thanksgiving, I felt drawn to a more pared down vibe for my Christmas setting. More than anything, I wanted my holiday tablescape to feel casual. To achieve this, I simplified the settings and layered together pieces to create a warm and inviting table with some major hygge, Scandinavian vibes.
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When I first discovered EBTH, I just about lost my mind because I was still laid up on the couch nursing my broken leg and couldn’t physically attend any local estate sales. EBTH satisfied my estate sale cravings in a big way by making it possible for me to shop while elevating and icing my leg. Ever since I’ve been hooked! Now that it’s officially the holiday season, I partnered with EBTH to share how I’ve curated an eclectic holiday vibe in my home this year (and my low-stress entertaining tips for Christmas Day).
It’s time for the main event: our Thanksgiving tablescape! Ever since chatting with Sarah about the centerpiece and how it was inspired by our cheese board, all I could think about was incorporating shades of mauve, blush, and rose into the table settings for my Thanksgiving spread. More than anything, I wanted to surprise my guests with a totally unexpected, whimsical table this year!