As we said goodbye to ’22 and hello to ’23, I thought it would be fun to find out what were the top 7 tablescapes of ’22.
What table settings you liked best.
So often we get caught up on what we just finished, focus on what lies ahead, and don’t reflect on what was completed/accomplished.
I’d forgotten about a few table settings from this past year, so it was fun to go back and check ’em out.
The following list is of the top 7 tablescapes from 2022 that viewers (like you) liked. They’re in no particular order.
Is your favorite on the list?
Top 7 Tablescapes of ’22
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I’m not sure if it was the chic farmhouse look, or the green and charcoal pops of color, but you all loved this tablescape.
It definitely has a modern farmhouse feel.
I think it was the unusual use of orange that made this simple Easter table setting so popular.
It was used sparingly, so really made a statement on the table.
Plus, using a curtain as a tablecloth made it truly unique!
The creep factor on this Halloween table was simple, yet effective.
It didn’t scream ghoulish or scary, but definitely resonated “EW!” with you (and me, lol!).
I’d totally forgotten that this Winter wonderland table was created early last year.
It was a favorite of mine, and yours too I see.
I didn’t realize that green was such a hit for a table setting color, but this Father’s Day table makes it the second one with green. Of 7 tablescapes that’s pretty impressive.
I have to say ~ I love the paper airplanes! They really pulled the whole table setting together.
Who would’ve thought that wallpaper would make such a fabulous table runner?
The colors in the wallpaper are the unifying piece on this tablescape. Not only does it ground the table setting, it also pulls it all together.
You can’t go wrong with soft pink for your table when you’re entertaining your girlfriends.
But what really makes this tablescape work is its simplicity.
Just a line of milk glass vases down the middle, filled with sweet pink and white flowers. SO PRETTY!
I hope these top 7 tablescapes of ’22 have inspired you. I’m excited to start working on new ones this year!