Summer is drawing to a close…at least on the calendar. Withering heat still plagues us here, but we know relief is a stone’s throw away. My last summer tablescape of the year includes two very prominent products of the season: blueberries🫐, which I buy in copious amounts to flash freeze for winter, and lemons🍋.
Our dining room palette is shades of blue and white on a daily basis, but the addition of sunshiny yellow really perks it up! The table runner is from At Home which has a few good decorative items from time to time. Cobalt blue metal chargers from Pier 1 ground the place settings which include “Mirandela” dinner plates, also from Pier 1. A white ceramic charger separates the two and adds depth. The monogrammed lumbar pillow is from Sew Gracious.
I love the very European design on the plates! These lemon napkin rings around plain white hemstitch napkins work well with the design rather than competing for attention. Faux bamboo flatware with a yellowish undertone easily slips right in for a polished look.
Blueberry Lemon sparkling water…naturally!🫐🍋😉
The centerpiece was so easy to create it’s almost embarrassing.🙈 I have had the Z Gallerie yellow finial urns forever. When I saw the cobalt blue ones on a recent shopping trip to Nell Hills, I knew I had to have them! The asymmetrical faux floral piece is comprised of a single Nell Hills lemon branch nestled among showy palm leaves and spiked with the most fabulous blueberry branches from a little shop (been there at least 40 years!) in Blue Springs, MO, called Petals & Potpourri. Ice cream bowls from Pier 1 hold blueberries and lemons to keep the theme going from base to tip.
Lemon blueberry cake, anyone?
Blueberries, all ready for the freezer!
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I’m really not ready to say goodbye to summer, but I suppose it has to be. If you would like to check out a couple of other blue & yellow tablescapes on this blog, “Mother’s Day Brunch” and “Sun & Sky” (from 2017 which used some of these same elements in a very different way) might tickle your fancy.
Or if you’re just looking for a tablescape with scads of lemon yellow:
- Lemonade From Bill
- Dinner for the Ladies In Waiting
- Summer Luncheon for Two
- Building a Better Brunch Buffet
- The Bluebird Special
- Carousel Colors
- Strawberries in the Library
- Daffodillyicious Tablescape
- Welcome Back, Joel!
- March of the Penguins
- Pears & Pinecones
- Dinner With Friends
- Brilliant Italian
I’m so happy you stopped by! If you wish, let me know you popped in via the comment section below. Have a safe, happy, healthy week ahead!
12 thoughts on “Blueberries & Lemons”
this is just stunning Alycia! The sunny yellow and bright blue is such a dramatic combo and so perfect for summer. I love the centerpiece of airy branches and the palms give the table an almost tropical feel. Love all the extra lemon and blueberry touches, especially the cute lemon napkin rings…Beautiful!!
Alycia, I am a big fan of blue and yellow. Your tablescape is stunning in color and style. The centerpiece is fabulous. I am ready for autumn, the heat and humidity have finally wilted me down.
Another stunner Alicia! You have a marvelous collection and wonderful styling talent.
Beautiful table Alycia. I love the blue and yellow. Of course both are so tasty. I am definitely ready for fall. this smoke is awful and we are hoping for rain.
Blue and yellow is such a happy combination and makes me think of blueberry cobbler with lemon curd.
Alycia,so gorgeous! Girl, your Nell Hill items always catch my eye! Your style is impeccable, and the blue & yellow are just so stunning together. Beautiful.
Blue and yellow, a favorite combination of mine. It’s great to add in the lemons and blueberries. Fun European design in those plates.
The cobalt blue and lemon yellow are stunning! At Home is one of my favorite decor stores and I don’t go there nearly as much as I’d like. I’m planning to go soon and would love to have that runner. Your centerpieces are always showstoppers and I am loving this one. Gotta love a freezer filled with blueberries when you’re hunkering down for the winter!
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