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Refresh your Table for Spring

The Change of Season

As someone who loves to entertain and host guests, refreshing my table setting in spring is something I really look forward to doing. The change of season always inspires me to update my homeware, and glassware is very much at the top of my list.

I love to experiment with different combinations, mixing and matching different colours and textures to create a unique and stylish look. Whether I'm hosting a formal dinner party or a casual brunch with friends, glassware adds a touch of elegance to my table.

Refreshing your table with new glassware in spring is a simple but effective way to update your home decor.

Here are three of my top tips for a fresh new look this spring: 

 

     

 

1. Mix and match different types of glassware

One of the best things about glassware is that it is incredibly versatile. You can mix and match different types of glasses to create a unique and stylish look on your table. For example, you might pair a classic stem wine glass with a dotty pom tumbler, or mix different colours of glassware for a fun and eclectic look.

2. Play with different colours on the table

If you're looking to add a pop of colour to your table, consider adding coloured glassware. Different colours of glassware can add interest and depth to your table setting and are especially effective when paired with neutral dishes and table linens

3. Decorate with seasonal flowers for the finishing touch

When it comes to selecting flowers for your table, it's important to choose blooms that are in season. In spring, popular flowers include tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and cherry blossoms. By choosing flowers that are in season, you'll not only ensure that your table looks fresh and vibrant but also support local florists. Play with different heights and small arrangements that can be dotted up and down the table. Our Highball Glasses make the perfect vases for your spring stems.