Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Valentine's Day Tablescape #3: Masculine

Welcome to the third day of Valentine's Day tablescapes by Vivid Hue Home. 
If you missed #1 Whimsical Tablescape, click here and #2 Elegant Tablescape, click here. 

Now, #3 Masculine Valentine's Day Tablescape


Granted, this is definitely not a traditional Valentine's Day tablescape.   I just thought it may be fun to throw it into the mix because not everyone loves the lovey dovey mushiness of Valentine's day!  And maybe you're one of those people that likes to completely steer clear of tradition in every sense of the word! 

Sources: Tablecloth:  This is a remnant piece of fabric from JoAnn's.  (I don't recall the name).  Placemats:  Pomegranate from One Kings Lane Plates: Crate and Barrel  Centerpiece:  Home Goods (I purchased it spray painted gray all over like this then I added the peacock feather and yes, I even added those little dollops of yellow flowers for one occasion then never removed them, ha).  I've had fun with this little thing and it could easily cross over to the tacky side in two seconds flat.   Ceramic Apples:  Home Goods Twine Candle Holders: I made them.  Click here to check out my Nantucket Post from My Crafty Home Life

So, which tablescape is  your favorite; whimsical, elegant or masculine?

 #1 Whimsical:

#2 Elegant

#3 Masculine

Do you have big plans for Valentine's Day?  Will you celebrate by going out to eat or making a dinner at home?

Heather | Vivid Hue Home


Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

You need to give parties often my friend - you've got some mad skills :)

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

You have wonderful ideas!!!
I agree with Elizabeth!!!

Unknown said...

I love all of them - really like the masculine and esp love that there is a hidden nugget in the second masculine picture posted. i see that little man hiding behind the door :) great job on the tables - which one are you keeping for valentine's day?

Unknown said...

I love # 3. Very stylish! and more me..have a great weekend Heather!
xo Nancy