Tablescapes, Refresh with Black & White

Taking a break from the red white and blue today

 

white hydrangea centerpiece

 

Refreshing a space with black and white is a favorite way

 

black & white summer foyer

 

It’s elegant, classic and timeless

 

black & white setting

 

Sophisticated, yet a welcoming way to de-stress

 

flatware napkin

 

A sunlit centerpiece fills the room

 

white roses and hydrangea centerpiece

 

Spilling moss balls, faux roses and hydrangea blooms

 

rose & hydrangea centerpiece detail

 

A Magnolia Wreath hangs on the door

 

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Being inside let’s me enjoy it more

 

 

magnolia wreath

 

I love to have pillows on the chairs

 

centerpiece closeup

 

For leisurely dining without any cares

 

black & white summer setting

 

After a week of festivities, flags and family

 

summer foyer

 

I need a calm scene to restore my sanity   😘

 

white hydrangea centerpiece

 

Juicy Details

Italian plates/Home Goods

 

Italian plates

 

napkins/made by a special friend

 

flatware napkin

 

centerpiece/McKenzie-Childs Courtly Check cake plate and 3 tier server

 

stacked server centerpiece

 

Painted candlesticks tutorial here

 

painted candlesticks thepaintedapron.com

hydrangea hand painted glasses/JMdesigns

 

hydrangea glass

Magnolia Wreath tutorial here

 

magnolia wreath

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Comments
16 Responses to “Tablescapes, Refresh with Black & White”
  1. Beautiful table sweet lady! After all the red, white and blue I could sure use some different colors.

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  2. Jodi says:

    so beautiful and classy! Jenna – that room has a lot of doors! 🙂

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  3. Emily says:

    Wow Jenna, this is one gorgeous table! I love using black and white, such a stunning look. Your centerpiece is also stunning , the MC pieces are beautiful and I love how you added the greenery and flowers for a summer look. Love the feel of formal and casual mix.

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  4. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    All so fresh and crisp. Love the tiered stand. Those make so much sense for increasing serving space!

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  5. Lynn says:

    Your napkins are really cool and I love the fun tiered tray:@)

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  6. Jenna, such a lovely table! The napkins really caught my eye, what a treasured friend. Of course, the MC is a showstopper! Beautiful!

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  7. Rhonda says:

    Lovely table! The napkins are so cute! I never noticed how gorgeous your doors are in the background! They captured my attention in this post! Hope your week is off to a great start! 🙂 ~Rhonda

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  8. Kitty says:

    What a pretty tablescape, Jenna, and I love your CC pieces and your painted candlesticks. You always set such a lovely table.

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  9. Mary says:

    So pretty Jenna! I love your painted napkins and your McKenzie-Childs Courtly Check server is worthy of its own post 🙂

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  10. Lori says:

    Black and white with a pop of yellow is indeed a refreshing colour combo and you’ve set a beautiful table with it. Love those napkins and that you thought to put the flatware in between the design on them makes it look even better!

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  11. Sandra Garth says:

    You can’t go wrong with this classic color combo and the napkin and cutlery is striking! Thanks for sharing your links with us this week. We look forward to having you join us again!

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  12. Michelle says:

    Beautiful

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