Sunday, June 11, 2017

Farmhouse Patriotic Table Setting

In this post - a Farmhouse Patriotic Table Setting for Fourth of July and Independence Day Decorations
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I love setting tables - especially for holidays but I find that frequently patriotic tables appear too kitschy in my opinion. 

For this patriotic table I was inspired by the antique transfer ware plates that usually sit in the cabinet or hanging on the walls.

 This patriotic table has a little more muted colors of the flag - light reds and pinks replace the bold red that is usually present.

I chose peonies for this table, because one they are my favorite flower, and two, they kind of reminded me of fireworks!

A trio of goblets (for red wine, white wine, and water if you are going super formal) also echo the red, white and blue on our flag.

 Vintage zinc lanterns are perfect for this farmhouse patriotic table. 

Yes, the transferware plates are there for looks - the real plate that everyone eats off of is the scalloped edge white plate below - a new find from Aerin for Williams Sonoma.
 

You can create a patriotic table that has simple elegance - I kept it less formal by using burlap chargers and leaving out the table cloth!

This table can easily be translated for outdoor dining as well. 
I've included sources for you for the new items - the rest are all antique or vintage or I cannot find the source!

Sources 


Hopefully this table inspired you to create a beautiful patriotic table in your home too.  
Farmhouse Style Patriotic Table Setting


http://peoniesandorangeblossoms.blogspot.com/

7 comments:

  1. This is just beautiful! Pinning.

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  2. Beautiful! I have the red and blue transferware and red goblets. I could do this!! Thank you for the inspiration.

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    1. I am glad you enjoyed the inspiration and will use it in your own home!

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  3. Romantic take on the patriotic colors! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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  4. love your table setting and the willow pattern it looks like. The vintage patriotic look on your table looks amazing
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