Home Decor Styling Ideas for a Spring Buffet Table
I love this small buffet we have in the shop It’s also a perfect size for a TV console and offers lots of extra…
I love this small buffet we have in the shop It’s also a perfect size for a TV console and offers lots of extra storage for whatever you want to hide away. The natural wood with a galvanized top makes it unique and versatile. Today, though, I’m going to show you how to style it as a buffet for Spring.
Rustic Boho Buffet Look
I am calling this spring look, rustic boho. I am a huge fan of black & white decor, even for spring. It’s just classic. Check out the texture that this jute runner adds to the boho look.
Adding height is always a good idea in any vignette. This wood slice on little hairpin legs just screams, “rustic boho” doesn’t it? The black, distressed corbels behind it offers even more height and texture.
Using a fringed towel adds another layer of texture and the added greenery makes the look a little more spring. Black & white “art” with a wood frame helps tie the color scheme and look together.
I balanced out the other side of the buffet with these cute, metal canisters. They read, “Flour” “Pasta” “Tea” and “pepper” in French. Kind of a weird combo, but go ahead and put anything you want in them. Probably no one will know what they say anyway. The super tall cast iron candle holders finish off this look.
Modern Farmhouse Spring Look
The second look, using this same buffet, is more of a modern farmhouse spring look.
The table runner is the same, but I out changed everything else. The ideas still remain the same, though. I used the wood cutting board for texture and a smidge of height. The gold napkin ring helps to highlight the gold on the cutting board and adds a bit of bling. I decided to use greenery with a gray and cream pot to coordinate with the gray and cream napkins.
The stoneware pitcher keeps the look from being too “matchy-matchy”.
You can never go wrong with a tiered tray in modern farmhouse decor, can you? Tucking in a nest brings in a touch of spring decor. A different faux plant in the same pot helps keep the look cohesive without being boring. Helps the spring look, too. Adding a few practical things to the tiered tray like this super-soft towel of ours and kitchen brush makes for some stylish storage.
I finished off this look with a chunky, wood garland. Do you have a prefered look? Boho or Modern Farmhouse? Let me know – comment below!