Some days, pastel colors just aren’t my thing. Instead, a bright Easter table is a nice twist. Pops of color with black and white can be striking! The adorable factor is off the charts with these fuzzy chicks.
Four colors in total — black, white, hot pink, and turquoise. You could swap out the either the hot pink or the turquoise for lime green. Experiment with yellow. Another variation would be royal blue and kelly green together with the black and white. Perhaps a vivid purple would work. I got as far as the hot pink and turquoise and was so pleased I just stopped right there. But next time, I will switch it up, just because it will give the table a whole different look. Using different flatware would also change the look and fee, as would swapping out the short glasses for more elegant goblets. This looks like a lunch setting to me, rather than dinner. It would also be a fun breakfast table to wake up to.
The black and white checked bottom dishes are enamelware from Mackenzie Childs. I have always loved this pattern. The black glass plates are vintage. Frankly, the enamelware plates are a bit of an odd size to pair with anything and they looked a little unfinished by themselves. I’m sure there are tons of other pairings that would work well with the basic black and white, but for now I am quite pleased with this bright Easter table!