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We’ve been spending more time outside on our covered porch than we have inside. After I brought home this beautiful Better Homes and Gardens Floral Patterned Dinnerware, I noticed how shabby my table looked! I grabbed some dark gray and white paint, this was the result, a refreshed sleek look with bold stripes (I’ll put those details in another post). I am loving it! Creating this sleek striped table was easy and keeping it comfy with pillows and unbreakable melamine gives me piece of mind knowing if something gets dropped on the concrete, it will survive! It’s funny how the addition of something new can start a landslide of projects! Luckily it was a fast fix!
(This floral dinnerware is in-store only right now.)
Here are a few of my tips:
- Mixing Patterns – Sleek stripes and cozy florals – perfect for porch dining.
- Storage Containers – I love using baskets to haul dinnerware and utensils from the house to the porch, this chicken wire basket from the Better Homes and Gardens line is perfect to keep everything together. Click here to find more Better Homes and Gardens Storage.
- Dinnerware – Setting the table with these pretty melamine dishes just made the stripes pop. I love this mix of florals and stripes. The Alder stainless steel rose colored gold silverware is from the open stock area at Walmart – where you can grab as many pieces as you need. I thought this color tone would look great with the dinnerware.
- Candles – For the centerpiece of the table, I used the 4-pack of Better Homes and Gardens Flameless LED Candles, I found these in the store but they can be purchased on line too!
- Dessert Bar – Make it easy on yourself, carve out a dessert bar for self service. I used the Better Homes and Gardens Acacia Chargers to present the cake on. I lined it with butcher paper for easy clean-up. I cut the pieces to fit each wood slice.
- Sample – If you must sample the cake, add fruit, likes it’s spilling out 😉 They will think it was supposed to look like that!
- Florals – I grabbed a couple of bunches of flowers from the produce department and spread them around. Some on the table in a chicken wire candle holder and bunch in the galvanized metal server (both from Walmart in-store). I wanted every piece of the galvanized section! They had beverage servers, stands, buckets, trays….so much to love!
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