In this post I’m discussing table setting tips and tricks for any occasion, but this one is special. It’s a Valentines Day tablescape that is romantically inspired and not obviously mushy or cutesy. No surprise there and setting a beautiful table to me is an art form as well as a way to show guests that you care enough to do something special.
Table setting tips and styling
Subtle Table Style
Shabbyfufu | Town and Country Living | My Soulful Home| So Much Better With Age
Celebrating Everyday Life | Maison de Pax | Cedar Hill Farmhouse
Designthusiasm | Maison de Cinq | French Garden House
Life on Virginia Street | Julie Blanner | Setting for Four|Decor Gold Designs
Bless’er House | CitrineLiving|StoneGable | On Sutton Place
Taryn Whiteaker | Zevy Joy | French Country Cottage
Looks so beautiful and inviting, Janet! I love the garland of flowers! Yes, it has the touches of Valentines but isn’t overdone. I do like subtle colors, however, sometimes I will throw in a bold color but not often! Thank you for the inspiration! Lovely!
Thanks Babette…I hope that you find the new site easy to poke around it, LOL!
Michele Boutin says
Hi Janet! Beautiful post as always, but I don’t seem able to save any of the images to Pinterest like I usually do 🙁
Hi Michele…thanks for stopping by! If you scroll down you’ll see a blue share bar with a link to pin whatever you’d like. I’m going to check out adding a hovering pin button though. Still tweaking the new site! xo
You set such stunning tables. I LOVE the dishes. I am a Mercury glass fan. These are beautiful
Beautifully styled Janet. It is subtle and elegant so you can enjoy your company without being overwhelmed. Love those little hearts.
I am so in love with your decorating style & your beautiful photographs. Your site is such an inspiration. I have always loved decorating in a budget friendly way & thrift stores have been my go to source for years.
Your style is timeless & I look forward to each new post. Thanks for enriching my day !
Where did you get the duvet?
Heather Luckhurst says
Stunning Janet! I love the pattern on your dishes!! So romantic! Your table styling tips never disappoint! xo Heather
“Understated speaks my language and blush pink and soft greens simply set a romantic yet sophisticated look. Do you agree, or is bold color more your way?”
I am in love with both! I photograph and my blog reflects bright bold color, but I gravitate towards both. I can’t photograph pastels like you do, though. Your photos are amazing. I love your china, I’m a china fan as well.