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Vintage and Thrifted Spring Dining Room Decor

I’m so excited to share today’s vintage and thrifted dining room decor, for three reasons:

  1. I shopped my house and didn’t buy a single thing (only fresh flowers).
  2. I needed a spring pick-me-up, after the wild amounts of snowfall we’ve had lately.
  3. My blogging friends are sharing their spring dining room decor ideas with you too!

There’s a stark difference between the cheery view inside my home:

Vintage and Thrifted Spring Dining Room Decor

And the dreary view outside these windows:

Snow in Spring!

Vintage and Thrifted Spring Dining Room Decor:

I decided to put together a cheery spring tablescape, using a lot of my favorite thrifted (and stolen, lol!) finds, just to have a little spring fun.  After we renovate, I won’t have open shelving in the kitchen anymore, so I’ll need to do this regularly so my pretty things get to see the light of day!

Turquoise Spring Dining Table SettingThrifted Spring Dining Room DecorAqua and Mint Spring Dining Table Setting

Stolen Finds:

Two of my best stolen finds are on this table: the beautiful moss green Iittala votive holders were lifted from my Mom, many years ago, lol!  We eventually “traded”:  I gave her some clear Iittala candle holders and a small Iittala bowl I had thrifted.  She also found those vintage yellow enamel napkin rings (here’s similar) but, again, I’ve had them in my possession for a few years now.  They’re so beautiful – they look like vintage brooches.  I don’t think I’ll ever give them back!

Vintage Enamel Flower Napkin Rings

Past Favorites:

The soft aqua napkins with little white sprigs are from Loom & Table (so is the chic white table runner), and the small egg plates are from HomeSense.  You saw the linens last summer and I used the egg plates in another spring tablescape a couple years ago.  The little berry basket was in heavy use last summer when our raspberry bushes were in max production – but now they’re holding some fresh eggs from our hens.  I love mixing and matching things I already own in new ways!

Spring Pottery CollectionEgg Shaped Plates

Thrifted Finds:

Among the thrifted finds are my turquoise pottery mugs – one of my favorite scores ever (these are similar) – and the gorgeous pottery bowl.  The green bowl is a fairly recent acquisition: I found it last winter, but almost left it behind!  (This one is sort of similar-ish, but equally beautiful).  I blame thrift store lighting!  It makes everything look drab or lurid.  But once I brought the bowl closer to the big windows, to steal a little natural light, I realized the beauty of the glaze!

Moss Green Iittala Votive HoldersPale Green Pottery Bowl

I also thrifted the mod little egg cups and egg shaped salt & pepper shakers (here are similar egg cups).  I’ve been using the salt & pepper shakers, every day, for years and I love them so much!  The vintage Haeger vase, as you know, belonged to my grandmother.

Vintage Spring Table Setting Decor

Spring Credenza Decor:

You’ll be shocked by my credenza – which is usually sporting my massive collection of Iittala Festivo candle holders.  I packed them up because I didn’t want them to get broken while we renovate.  The bare credenza was tempting me though, so for a short period I decided to reunite my vintage Strawberry Hill pottery Mama Bunny and Baby Bunnies for a spring vignette, along with a thrifted pale blue vintage West German pottery vase (similar).  The speckled white pottery bowl (similar) is a piece I bought from a local potter last year.

Spring Credenza DecorVintage Strawberry Hill Bunnies Spring Tablescape InspirationVintage Strawberry Hill Pottery Rabbit

I hope you liked my vintage and thrifted spring dining room tour!

Turquoise Spring Dining Room Decor

Like I mentioned, today some of my friends are sharing their Spring home decor ideas for the Dining Room.  Be sure to visit their posts by using the links below the images.

The Happy Housie

She Gave it a Go

Dans le Lakehouse

Clean & Scentsible

My Sweet Savannah

Craftberry Bush

Looking for more spring decor ideas?  You can find all of my spring DIY tutorials, spring home decor rounds ups, and spring decor tours by clicking here.  And check out these past spring home decor posts!

Spring Kitchen Decor Ideas:

Spring Kitchen Decor

Spring Home Tour 2021:

Spring Home Tour

Egg Themed Spring Table Setting:

Egg Themed Spring Tablescape

Spring Tablescape with Faux Flowers:

Faux Flowers Spring Decor

P.S. Don’t Forget to Pin for Later!

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  1. March 29, 2022 / 1:06 pm

    Such beautiful, happy colours! I love those dishes! I can’t believe how much snow you have, eek!

  2. Debra
    March 29, 2022 / 7:34 pm

    Love this color palette and your gift for mixing patterns! Beautiful!

  3. SH
    March 31, 2022 / 5:03 pm

    What a beautiful spring table! It could almost make you forget what’s outside. My eye went immediately to the vase; such a gorgeous green.

    • April 1, 2022 / 9:16 pm

      Thank you! As long as I keep my eyes on the vase I can pretend it’s really spring, haha!

  4. April 3, 2022 / 5:48 pm

    What a beautiful space Tanya! I love those pottery mugs and bowls! I could definitely do without the snow outside though. lol!

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