Eat, drink, and be Irish! And do it in style starting with a specially decorated Saint Patrick’s Day table. I’ve rounded up some interesting Saint Patrick’s Day table decorating ideas for your perusal. Some tablescapes are traditional, others are modern, and a few are especially for kids. I’m planning on incorporating ideas from each of them for my Saint Patrick’s Day dining room table this year.
Kelly from Talk Of The House knows how to set a pretty table. I love how she mixed green plates with white ones, but I especially love her green gingham napkins!
Martha Stewart is no slouch in the table-setting department either. The shamrock motif extends from the centerpieces to the napkins.
Susan from Between Naps on the Porch has the most beautiful white wicker porch tables and chairs that make a wonderful backdrop for her green shamrock plates. If you don’t have St. Paddy’s day plates, you could add green polka dot napkins to white tableware instead.
Mary from Home Is Where the Boat Is never lets me down when I’m looking for table decorating inspiration. The white tableware is the perfect blank canvas for vintage green pieces. My favorite item on this gorgeous table is the green and white plaid tablecloth.
Tatanisha from Premeditated Leftovers has lots of frugal decorating ideas. For her Saint Patrick’s Day table, she shopped at a dollar store for fun and inexpensive trimmings. I really like the three green houndstooth table runners she placed from side to side instead of lengthwise down the center of the table.
Colleen from Lemon Thistle has a unique decorating style. Under her green and gold table decorations is a wonderful black and white patterned tablecloth. I never would have thought of that, but I LOVE the chic, modern look.
Delores from Vignette Design used the most exquisite china and Irish linens on her Saint Patrick’s Day table. Wouldn’t you love to be invited to her house for a cup of Irish tea just so you could sit at her wonderful table?
Lori from Dining Delight has so many interesting decorations on her table that I could admire it for hours. I love the leprechauns, the gold coins, the shamrocks, the dinnerware, and the dark tablecloth under all of the prettiness.
I love the navy blue and kelly green tartan tablecloth used by the Parsimonious Decor Darling. It looks great under the gold and green table decor.
Babs from Upstairs Downstairs (. . . I love both of those names;-) put together a fun Saint Patrick’s Day breakfast table. Who wouldn’t love to start the day sitting at this sweet table decorated with a green and blue plaid tablecloth and lucky leprechaun items? I know I would!
Sarah from Sheek Shindigs set an easy, inexpensive Saint Patrick’s Day table. She has recipes and tutorials for the fun stuff on this kid-friendly table. I love the simplicity of green and white polka dot paper napkins and rainbow motifs.
If you’re in love with any of the plaid tablecloths shown in the above Saint Patrick’s Day table decorating ideas, you might like Bright Setting’s Fab Plaid too. This 10-gauge vinyl tablecloth has a polyester backing. It comes in 6 colors combinations including Hunter Green. It would look great on your Saint Patrick’s Day tablescape, and, better yet, it wipes clean with a damp sponge. Call 1-800-327-6025 for more information about this tablecloth or any of our other 204 fabrics!
Bright Setting’s Fab Plaid in hunter green tablecloth fabric.
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