Create a nature inspired tabletop with pastel shades, floral patterned linen and plates accentuated with flowers. Right, suspended decoratives reflecting butterflies and flowers resonate summer time happiness. Photography by Tanuj Ahuja, Styling by Sonia Dutt

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Showering Petals: Blossoms merge with floral tableware

by Aditi Sharma Maheshwari Apr 26, 2016
April showers bring May flowers…for a pretty tablescape. For a family brunch or a potluck tea party, create magic with fresh ideas and a bright palette. We suggest you lend some flair to your table by pairing nature inspired plates, vases and linen with artificial or real flowers to create a mesmerising setting.

Incorporate this look by using soft textured lined or lace bathed in pastel hues. Place sweet roses in tiny teacups with floral motifs from an English garden drawn on them. Experiment with decoratives accented with little florets, prettily suspended over an all white table. Play with dainty details and celebrate the warm season with a cheerful decor theme, all tabled to perfection. 

Get this look
Left
Lace fabric from HP Singh
“Gien Clematites” porcelain plate from Varya
“Sanssouci Elfenbein Ramona” porcelain dinner plate from Rosenthal
Bone china dinner plate (set of 70), bone china cup and saucer by Woodstock from Nucleus Marketing and Communication
Synthetic rose (in cup) from House of Ishatvam 
Porcelain dinner plate from Paisley

Right
“Retro” ceramic vases, synthetic flower (in vase), both from Oma 
“Rose” synthetic flower (in vase) from Good Earth
 “Ball Of Light” acrylic and glass beads on brass from Kanhai 
“Aureus” premium bone china coffee pot and “Golden Garden” premium bone china dinner plate, both from Villeroy & Boch 
Cotton fabric (used as table cover) from HP Singh
Glass decanter from FCML
Seashell and clay handcrafted cup and saucer by Woodstock from Nucleus Marketing and Communication

You can also add: Poetic garden range from Arttd’inox