Who is ready for Spring already? I mean we aren’t even having that tough of a winter this year, but come on sunshine and warm breezes, colorful decor that reflects nature, I AM READY! I am getting read to list yet another home and I always stage with a set table. I had a rewards coupon from Pier 1 and let me just say they are my hands down favorite table scape source by far. From chargers that are amazing to luncheon plates that add personality, napkin rings that are the jewelry on the table, I am always enthralled.
Today I walked in and my eyes immediately went to the smartest charger for any farmhouse, transitional, industrial home decor ever. It all depends on how you dress it up from there. Of course, the sales lady told me they can’t keep them in stock and that was the only one. So I bring it to you along with some of my other favorites I saw today. You can order online directly by linking from my site! How convenient and I must disclose that if you purchase I will get a small commission at no extra charge to you.
My Favorite Chargers for Spring & Summer
Here is the stunner:
This is the Windmill Iron Charger Plate just $9.95. Do you have the vision to see the way this beauty can dress your table? If they had enough in stock I would have shown it to you myself. I am placing an order, so I can’t wait to share it.
To this you can add a plain dinner plate and special luncheon plate to let your table add to the daily decor of your home. Bonus? The table is ready to sit down and eat at and you and your family get to enjoy the beauty. It isn’t just for company, right?
Here are my other picks for great casual chargers for your Spring and Summer tables!
I love this one as well, the Windmill Iron is just something I have never seen before. This one is Driftwood. It also gives a casual backdrop to your table. Relaxed and beauty, the texture is extraordinary. This one comes in at quite a bit more $19.95 each.
OOOH, yes I love this too. I could be a Charger Hoarder! The patina on this Silver Chania charger is simply lovely. This one can go casual or dressed up for evening depending on your plates, linens and accessories. Mid-range price $14.95.
The studs in these Mango Wood Chargers just stand out. You don’t want to put busy plates with this. Try color blocking with a solid dinner and then solid luncheon of a complementary color. A soft or subtle pattern on your luncheon plate could work, but these chargers really steal the show. Perfect for a simple farmhouse, coastal, industrial or steampunk decor. At the high end of Pier 1’s pice range $24.95.
These are my top casual picks for Spring and Summer, though I held a few back for some very specific decor styles coming up soon. If you aren’t using chargers, try them once. You can buy them at the dollar store for just $1! That one thing alone will take your table to a new level and honestly your family will notice!
What do you think? Which is your favorite? Do you have another source for chargers? I want to hear it all!!!
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Hi Debbie: I want the first chargers, so funky, fun and neutral.
Looking forward to seeing your blog updates, you have me curious now.
I want that one too! But sold out and I am in Branson, they only have one Pier 1 here. Back home, we have about 5 and yes, I have been known to travel the highways to get what I need. Hoping to set a table up with those soon. And yes, I am working on my new site but it is a struggle. I keep running into roadblocks.
Mary - the boondocks blog says
Debbie would you believe me if I said we don’t have chargers in Greece. I think they are very pretty and make for a full dressing up of a table. But aside from that do they serve any other purpose? I am hopelessly clueless. Your choices are gorgeous.
Well, let’s see. When the host takes your dirty plate away there is still something pretty there and it remains though salad, soup, entree and dessert as a frame…maybe protects the table and cloth a bit too. I think it is a formal placemat if you will. 🙂
Mary - the boondocks blog says
Debbie thanks for clearing that up. It does make a lot of sense. Place mats are not as pretty.