We might be in the thick of winter, but spring is inching closer and closer. As we look ahead to spring decor, some of my favorite retailers are revealing their seasonal collections, many of which revolve around the table.
The Anthropologie spring collection, in particular, focuses on curating a colorful spring tablescape that will set the scene for your future brunch plans.
From decorative yet functional plates to chic, colorful glassware, the Anthropologie spring collection brings some interesting options for elevating your spring decor. I'm not a fan of every piece, but I think Anthropologie has a lot of what you you need to put together spring tablescape ideas across a variety of styles.
Anthropologie Spring Table Decor
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As the sun starts to linger a little longer, I'm looking ahead to hosting family dinners. These are some of my top picks from the collection to inspire your spring tablescape ideas.
I love Anthropologie plates because they have a decorative feel but are also functional enough to actually use when hosting a dinner party. It's not as interesting as the designs, but on a purely practical level, most Anthropologie products are microwave and dishwasher-safe, which makes hosting much easier.
Whether you want to add some decorative plates to your wall or are looking for some festive seasonal dishes to add to your tablescape, the Turkuaz Kitchen Posy Dessert Plates are a must. These plates come in a set of four and feature a collection of mix-and-match prints inspired by vintage servingware.
If you love a mix-and-match look, consider the Nathalie Lete Heritage Dinner Plate, which comes in 10 different designs
– including the most adorable hedgehog style pictured above –for $28 a pop. These stoneware dishes are hand-painted for a unique artisanal touch and are dishwasher and microwave-safe for convenience.
Mix and match your tablescape shapes with a little help from the Elin Dinner Plate collection. These plates come in three different styles and shapes. I particularly love the orange colorway – it brings a interest in a season usually dominated by whites and greens. Best of all, these hand-painted stoneware pieces are also microwave and dishwasher-safe, making them a convenient option for everyday use.
From coupes to flutes, the retailer offers a variety of glassware styles in lots of fun designs, including colorful glass. My favorite Anthropologie glassware for spring includes one stunning option that you’ll definitely want to display.
If you love the look of colorful glass but want something a little more subtle, consider the Margot Coupe Glasses, which come in a set of four for under $60 at Anthropologie. These coupe glasses feature a clear cup with a blue and purple glass stem for an added pop of color.
Go geometric with the Vaisselle Coupe. With its festive seasonal colors and fun and funky stacked shape stems, this contemporary twist on art-deco glassware is the perfect vehicle for spring mimosas.
Want something a little more splurge-worthy for your spring tablescape? I adore the Ichendorf Botanic Wine Glass. With its sculptural stem, the wine glass is both functional and decorative. Purchase a set of matching botanical stems or mix and match to create a spring meadow feel.
Anthropologie Serving Dishes
It's still a little too early to call, but I think Anthropologie has some of the best serving dishes this season. Whether you’re looking for a new pie dish for that brunch quiche or need a new butter dish for the table, the retailer offers a variety of gorgeous platters and dishes.
The Faye Pie Dish is the best serving piece for a spring quiche. This Anthro pie dish is constructed from durable stoneware with hand-painted spring details, including an adorable butterfly detail on the handle. And, it’s also dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup.
If you’re hosting a spring or Easter brunch, the Eden Platter is a must for your tablescape decor. This handpainted stoneware dish features a chic scallop-inspired edge with colorful seasonal blooms. While Anthro recommends washing it by hand to keep its integrity, it is dishwasher safe for those moments when you’re in a pinch.
Anthropologie Table Linens
Anchor your tablescape decor and place settings with table linens from Anthropologie. From tablecloths and runners to placemats and napkins, there are so many different textiles to choose from, including some more trendy options, like Ric-Rac napkins.
Add a pop of color to your tablescape with the Marietta Napkins. Available in a set of four, these napkins come in six different colors, including a set of four assorted options if you prefer a mix-and-match look. The napkins are constructed from mill-dyed cotton with chambray lace edging for added flair.
If you can’t get enough of the Ric-Rac home decor trend, consider adding a subtle nod to it in your tablescape. The Chan Luu Linen Napkins come in three different colors that all feature corresponding Ric-Rac trim for fun texture and detail. I love them because they add a little of color without feeling too bright.
Add a touch of the quilted home decor trend to your tablescape with the Furbish Studio Placemats. These placemats come in two different colors, feature a festive spring floral print, and have a handmade feel thanks to their quilted detailing. On top of that, they’re machine-washable for easy cleanup.
Anthropologie Table Decor
When putting together a tablescape, don’t forget the decor. Incorporating a mix of decorative and functional pieces, such as serving boards and wine bottle holders, can help elevate your table while remaining useful.
Whether you want to curate a spring centerpiece for daily decor or are looking for a stylish way to show off your favorite appetizers, consider adding the Scalloped Teak Serving Board to your spring table. Constructed from natural teak, this board features an artisanal feel with an adorable daisy-shaped design.
Add a touch of detail to your tabletop decor with the adorable Toadstool Bottle Holder from Anthropologie. Designed to fit most standard bottles of wine and sparkling water., this durable brass bottle holder adds a gorgeous and decorative detail to your table.
If you’re going for a fresh produce look, consider adding a couple of these Monarch Berry Baskets to your spring tablescape so that guests can graze over some sharable items. The basket is also versatile enough to be used to store hard-boiled eggs or fresh-cut berries in the fridge.
However, Anthropologie is far from the only place you'll find good spring tablescaping decor. It's worth perusing my coverage of the Crate and Barrell spring collection and Joanna Gaines' Hearth & Hand spring collection too so that you get a good overview of what's trending this year.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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