Kidding. Kind of.
Her style is Southern and traditional but also unique. Most of my ideas for her centered around pieces like apothecary jars, greenery, lanterns, and cloches. Some of my very, very favorites.
What I love about these is their versatility. You can keep them empty for a very clean look or fill them with items that mean a lot to you (oyster shells, special wine corks, antique family photographs) or seasonal decor (pinecones, battery operated white lights, jelly beans). I think these really go the distance for decorating.
I have a topiary addiction, I mean heck, we got married between two topiaries. I especially am drawn to topiaries in vintage-style chippy pots. Gotta love greenery you can't kill!
I have two giant lanterns flanking our fireplace and I equally love the look of a lantern or two (or three!) in the center of a table. You could fill them with candles and add sprigs of greenery for the holidays.
How much fun is a cloche?! These look equally great empty as they do filled. Also extremely versatile.
If you want to see the Pinterest board I put together for Ash, click here.
What's your favorite way to decorate a dining room table?