Check out Spring Ideas for a Console Table

It’s crazy to think we are days away from spring when we woke up to snow flurries the other day. But with the days getting longer it’s hard to ignore spring is just around the corner. It is time to add some spring and pastels to our console or side tables!


I am joining Carol and a few decor bloggers for a little spring decor inspiration. If your decor does not change until fall these tips will get you excited for a few pastels and greenery on an entry, side, or console table.

If you are stopping by from Kim’s Easter table welcome to Everyday Edits!


Console tables are easy. They are usually in entries or against a wall on our main levels- you know where the action happens!

gather sign above sofa table

I often have a console table tucked behind our family room couches. The only downside to this orientation is when the console table looks like a snack bar after an evening of basketball playoffs!

console table behind couch

I like a console-size table because it is less intimidating than the dining room table. And much cheaper to decorate!

Keep reading because there are some adorable table settings in our spring holiday tour.

spring console table
spring console table


Real or faux plants are an easy way to add color and brighten a countertop. Plants signal spring-like speckled eggs welcome Easter.

Target has the cutest selection of petite faux plants for all the seasons.

faux plant from Target

I keep a stash of small plants to add a seasonal vibe to a corner, or side table. This plant is also from Target!


2. FLORALS (real or fake)

End tables and narrow side tables have less surface space to decorate. It also means you can pick up some faux spring stems drop them in a vase (or bucket) and call it a day!

I just ordered a few spring/summer stems from my favorite boys in Kentucky! They have a 20% sale right now!

When I moved the couches in the family room I relocated the sofa table against a wall. Do you recognize this vase from this Before and After Goodwill find?

Have you ever considered moving a plant on top of a table? I saw it at a neighbor’s house and it did so much for the room.

If you are in a spring decor rut try propping any size plant on a console table. It gets it off the floor and it draws your eye towards “open space.”

You Can accomplish the same idea by stacking a faux plant on an end table to add a little spring at a lower level.



Add some speckled eggs or bunnies and call it Easter.


Thank you for stopping by today for a little spring decor inspiration for tables.

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Spring Table Ideas                          Thank you for stopping by Everyday Edits by Laura! Please check out the rest of the ideas belows. Next up is Wendy and her Easter bunny napkin rings.

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spring console table decor with white vase and greenery and Easter eggs

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spring table setting with green plant with white flowers and green floral napkin
Easter dishes in pink

WM Home Design – Easter Bunny Napkin Rings

Thistle Key Lane – Green and White Spring Tablescape

White Arrows Home – Reusing Holiday Decor for Easter

Easter vignette with bunnies and wreath on mirror
DIY blue and white easter eggs
pink bunnies on pillows

Peacock Ridge Farm – Adding Beautiful Spring Touches

Masterpieces of My Life – 7 Ways to DIY Easter Eggs

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  1. I LOVE your grouping Laura! I can’t believe you found the mister in the Target dollar section. I need a lamp like that. Bravo!

  2. Laura, I love how creative you were in creating a design that represented the inspiration pic, but used the things you had. It turned out lovely! I also need to add a few more coffee table books to my collection!

    I’d love it if you want to share your spring table at my link party–Sundays on Silverado–which is open now. 🌷

    Happy Spring,
    Niky @ The House on Silverado

  3. So pretty Laura! I had a similar decor challenge this week with another area of my home! I really like your clear lamp and that bright greenery!

  4. Such a beautiful table vignette for spring! Love the end table you used… where did you get it?

  5. Not sure why, but I can’t see any pictures. I can read your article, but no pictures show up. Sounds pretty.

  6. I’m laughing at your description of the dollar-ish section at Target, Laura:) Hit your local thrift store for decorating books; seriously, I got a bunch for $3 each a while back…the ones I used for this challenge, actually! Lucky you that you’re getting redone floors! Decorating will be way more fun then! Happy Spring!

  7. Love a sofa back table. Yours look casually elegant!! Good luck having your doors done, Laura. Have a good week.

  8. I love how you’ve styled your spring table Laura. I really liked how you added the chalkboard sign to the table. Well done!

  9. Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and by letting me know that you did by leaving such a sweet comment!!
    Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  10. Oh boy, Laura!
    You’ve got a big job ahead of you with redoing the floors… But I have to imagine creating this table and just relaxing for a few minutes was probably really nice! I like how your tabletop has a nice, dark matte finish. Anything displayed on top really pops! I love the green fern in its creamy pot. <3

    You had mentioned that you are looking for coffee table books? Do you have a Half-Price Books near you? I get good gardening books and older design books for about $6 each, which is pretty reasonable. It's something my daughter and I love to do together, so I save my book trips for when I go visit her.

    Happy refinishing and enjoy your "new" floors once they are all done and your room is put back together,
    Barb 🙂

  11. Love the look of the fern in the white crock and that cute little mister. I frequent the dollar-ish section quite a bit but must have missed that one. Lovely spring table my friend!

  12. Your sofa table looks so pretty styled for spring. For home decor books, on Amazon look for used copies. You can find some great prices if you look. Also check out Abebooks for an inexpensive source for home decor books.

  13. Laura, as many accessories as we have on hand, sometimes we are missing the one thing we want (big books) I think your table turned out great. Anchored by the lamp and the lantern, the other elements fit right in. Love the white crock with the bright greenery. Setting it on the chalkboard is a great idea. Hoping spring comes early!

  14. I love your fern in the crock with the grapevine orb, and your substitution for decor books using the packing material.

    I laughed at you calling it the “dollar-ish” section…(I always spend more than a dollar at the so-called “dollar-spot!”)

    In addition to yard saleI find a lot of my decorating books at consignments shops.

    Everything is looking beautiful for spring in your home!

  15. Laura, I love your version of the styled table! The lamp gives great height, and the crock with the fern is perfect for spring. The little plant mister is a great finishing touch!

  16. Love your idea for the books! And my thrifting list now has a plant mister on it! Really pretty!

  17. You console table looks beautiful, Laura! Love all of your ideas!

  18. Wendy McMonigle says:

    You have to love the dollar section. You sure know how to make it look great. I love how you have made your home look so fresh for spring.

  19. Andrea Nine says:

    So pretty and inviting Laura! Greenery just gives so much warmth to a home.

  20. Hi Laura! Your console table looks fabulous! I love greenery too; it always freshens and brightens spaces. So lovely to share with you today. Happy Spring! XO- MaryJo

  21. Console tables are so versatile and your displays are so beautiful! I especially love your green plants styled against your dark navy blue wall…beautiful!

    1. Thank you Missy! xo laura I love green and navy paired together!

  22. What great tips. Your florals a d greenery are so pretty and perfect for spring. Thanks for sharing at Celebrate the Holiday.

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