French Inspired Spring Tablescape

I know it's not even April, but I just couldn't wait any longer to add some spring touches to our dining room! I have recently started collecting French confit pots and I knew I wanted to incorporate them into my spring tablescape, but keep the decor very simple.

French Confit Pot - "Confit" is the French word that means "to preserve." The pots were used for food preparation and white confit pots (like mine) were made in the Albigeois region in the south of France. 

Some of my favorite sources for French confit pots are from my friend Christy's shop at Sweet Olive Revival and Ali's shop at Cosy dot Company. I also recently scored my large confit pot locally from The Big Red Barns

To achieve my spring look, I "shopped my home" and gathered up some of my favorite confit pots, crocks and ironstone. I recently shared how to create Decor Capsule and how I always like to start with a decor base (usually something I already have) and add fresh flowers and eucalyptus.

Eucalyptus Tip: I love letting my eucalyptus dry out so I can re-use it and you can't beat the therapeutic benefits. I always grab extra to hang in my shower - if you haven't tried it - trust me on this one! Especially during cold/flu season! 

To add a little ambience, I also added my new country pear candle by Cotton Stem from Antique Candle Co. You guys - it smells so good and is perfect for ANY season! 

Such a simple tablescape for spring, but it warmed up this space and I am READY for spring! How about you? Do you change up your decor for the new season? 

As always, thanks for stopping by the blog. I love sharing with you!



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