Looking for new ideas for styling a sofa table? Today, I’m sharing 3 Ways to Decorate Sofa Table for Spring using thrifted spring décor collected from thrift stores and flea markets. I couldn’t decide which style I liked best and can’t wait to see which of the couch sofa table ideas you like best. So, let’s get started on the console table styling.
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It’s almost time for Spring decorating: it’s never too soon to start planning your ideas. Today I’ve joined Cindy at County Road 407 for her monthly Pinterest Challenge. This month, we are styling a Sofa Table for Spring, and our Inspiration comes from Sincerely Marie Designs.
If you are joining me from Kim at Shiplap and Shells, I’m so glad you made it across the country. Isn’t Kim’s Table Vignette just stunning?
Decorating Sofa Table Ideas
Today, I’m styling the hand-built console table in our loft space. The sectional couch sofa table is a piece my husband made over 35 years ago.
Its sleek, simple style works well with any décor style, and the lower shelf makes it a fun piece to style.
Although I’m stying the table three different ways, almost everything has been pulled from my thrift store stash.
Step One To Styling A Sofa Table
First, to decorate the sofa table, you must clear the area you wish to decorate. You will find you are more creative once all the clutter is gone.
Sofa Table Decorating Ideas For Spring – Greenery Option
The first sofa table decorating idea is to fill the table with greenery. Greenery is always a good option for early Spring styling.
A couple of DIY topiaries are the focal point. In addition, glass cloches, a mirror, and candles create extra light in the space. The lower shelf of the console table can appear dark next to the navy couch, but the mirror helps to reflect and lighten the space.
To brighten the darker lower shelf, I add a mirror, a cloche & a candle. The Angel Vine is natural. However, all the other greenery is faux.
The top of the sofa table holds another glass cloche filled with faux lavender inside a thrifted handmade basket.
The Sectional Couch With Sofa Table Filled With Birds & Books
The second option for styling the sectional couch sofa table is adding a cute bird and stacks of old books.
I used a variety of colorful books to fill the bottom shelve because the cheerful colors helped to brighten the dark shelf. In addition, a bird’s nest looks cute, resting on the edge of the book.
I added a shiny brass container filled with lambs ear faux greenery, and white flowers to enhance this stack of coffee table books. You may remember that it was a recent thrift store deal.
If you’d like to learn more thrifting tips, check out Top Ten Tips for Successful Thrift Store Shopping.
The Third Way to Style a Sofa Table for Spring
For the third way to style a sofa table for spring, I used a combination of items. Pulling items from the first two tables keeps the stying budget-friendly. There is a cute bird, books, and greenery, which all complement the addition of soft Spring Tulips.
To add height, a chicken-wire-covered cloche houses a cute bird and bird nest.
Tulips are a favorite, and this recent thrift store milk glass vase looks priceless, filled with these beauties. The vase was a great find from a recent Thrifting with the Gals excursion. Adding a foraged grapevine adds a rustic touch to the elegant vase.
In addition, a few books and two DIY topiaries fill the lower shelf.
I look forward to hearing which of the tables is your favorite for styling a sofa table.
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Now it’s time to hop over and see how Barbara at French Ethereal has styled her table and what tips she’s sharing with us today. Be sure to see all the other participants linked below as well.
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