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Easter dining inspiration: create the perfect spring tablescape

Easter is a wonderful time to embrace the start of spring by welcoming family and friends into your home. Create an inviting tablescape filled with vibrant spring colours, fresh florals and beautiful details that complement your existing interior scheme. Little Greene discovers ideas and inspiration from the homeware experts at Rose & Grey to enhance your Easter dining scheme.

'When designing your Easter tablescape, you should always consider the existing colours in the room to achieve a cohesive, elevated finish. Whether you only use one shade for a colour drenched look, or add impact with contrasting colour accents, consider the colour of your walls when planning your dining scheme.

From our 'Sweet Treats' capsule collection, Madeleine is an elegant mid-gold hue that provides a warm, comforting backdrop in this tablescape from Rose & Grey. They complement with energising bright yellow flowers, accessories and candles, and introduce soft sage greens on the tablecloth and napkin ties for a touch of contrast.

With its deep muted hue, Sage Green provides a sophisticated backdrop for any dining room. This versatile shade will sit comfortably in schemes throughout the year, evoking the calmness of the outdoors and adding warmth without the use of yellow. Bring contrast to rich Sage Green walls with all white crockery, such as Rose & Grey's textural Pearl Stoneware collection.'

Top Tips from Rose & Grey
This Easter, whether you're hosting for a special occasion or if you simply want to add freshness and charm to your everyday dining space, read advice from Rose & Grey to help you create the perfect spring tablescape…

1. Add a centrepiece
'The centrepiece is the focal point of your tablescape. You can create a stunning centrepiece using fresh flowers, potted plants, or even a collection of decorative vases. Try mixing and and matching items with different heights and textures to create visual interest. Our Lemon Vase brings some added joy to this cheery spring dining scheme.'

2. Consider your place settings
'Set the table with coordinating dinnerware, glassware, and flatware for a beautiful, finished look. If your backdrop is neutral-toned, consider using pastel-coloured plates, or mix and match different patterns for an eclectic scheme.

Fold cloth napkins neatly and place them by each place setting. You can tie them with twine or ribbon and tuck in a sprig of fresh herbs or a small flower.'

3. Make it bespoke with place cards
'If you're hosting a gathering, personalised name cards or place cards add a thoughtful touch and make things feel even more special. Use small tags, leaves, or even mini chalkboards to indicate each guest's seat in a creative way.'

4. Finish with candles and lighting
'Candles will create a warm and inviting ambience. Use candlesticks, votives, or tea lights in glass holders. If you're dining outdoors, string fairy lights or lanterns above the table for a magical effect.'

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