Peach Inspired Summer Tablescape

We’re sharing a peach-inspired summer tablescape as part of the Supper Club series today!

If you’re not familiar with this series, it all started in January 2021 with a group of friends who love to entertain. At the time, gathering together wasn’t recommended because of the pandemic. So, they made the supper club a virtual one and I’m thrilled to be the guest host this month.

The Supper Club has always been one of my favorite monthly blog hops. In fact, it was where I was originally introduced to so many of these fabulously creative ladies.

9 Peach Inspired Summer Tablescape Ideas-The Crowned Goat

When I first found out this month’s theme was “Everything’s Peachy” I was sure we’d have peaches galore.

Especially, since this tiny little island is so close to Georgia.

But once they announced there would be a peach shortage, it changed my peach-inspired summer tablescape completely.

In the end, it all worked out because my style is such a simple one.

And after weeks of waiting for the peaches to arrive, they were thankfully right on time.

Peach Inspired Summer Tablescape-The Crowned Goat

A Quick & Easy Table Runner Idea…

During one of our visits to my childhood home, Loblolly, my Mom brought along the prettiest set of shabby chic curtains for her bedroom.

While they were too short to use as curtains, they were just the right length for a table runner.

Plus, their gauzy texture is perfect for a peach-inspired summer tablescape.  

Peach Inspired Summer Tablescape Place Settings…

Once the table runner was in place, I set about using my favorite thrifted chargers, our everyday white dishes, and drinking glasses.

The dishes were actually a gift from my parents, and I think about them every time I use these plates.

The utensils were all found at outdoor antique events. I love their mix-and-match style!

Finally, the plaid napkins were another fun thrifted find. They remind me of lazy days at the county fair!

Summer Place Setting Ideas-The Crowned Goat

Peach-Inspired Summer Tablescape Centerpiece…

As with the peaches, the flowers for our peach-inspired summer tablescape were hard to come by.

In fact, there were only a few options available.

I think it’s just so stinking hot in Florida right now.

Thankfully, they had one bunch of orange roses and one bunch of white and while they were nothing like I had originally planned to use, I was tickled pink to find them.

To help bridge the gap, I mixed several faux floral bunches with berry pics from Joanns to make the centerpiece for our peach-inspired summer tablescape.

Peach Inspired Summer Tablescape Centerpiece-The Crowned Goat

While real flowers will always be my first choice, it’s sort of like making a table runner from a curtain.

In a pinch, it works!

You can read more about how to create simple summer-inspired flower arrangements (like the one we have in our breakfast nook) here.

How to Make a Simple Summer Flower Arrangement-The Crowned Goat

Bring me all the peaches…

Finally, you can’t have a peach-inspired summer tablescape without peaches!

They’re one of my all-time favorite fruits, especially during the summer.

Peach Basket on Peach Inspired Summer Tablescape-The Crowned Goat

When I was growing up there was a peach farm not too far from our hometown where you could pick your own peaches.

We were a hot sticky mess when we got finished because we probably ate as many peaches as we picked but it was always so much fun.

It was definitely a summer rite of passage everyone should experience!

How to Create a Peach Inspired Summer Tablescape-The Crowned Goat

I hope enjoyed our peach-inspired summer tablescape today!

A big thank you to all the ladies of the Supper Club for inviting me to share. Here’s a sneak peek of the amazing summer tablescapes they’re sharing too…

Anne and AnnMarie of Simply 2 Moms are sharing 9 Easy Steps to Create an Absolutely Perfectly Peachy Tablescape.

Rachel of The Ponds Farmhouse is sharing Everything Peach Keen Summer-Themed Tablescape Ideas

Stacy of Bricks n Blooms is sharing Peachy Summer Table Decor Ideas

Michele of Vintage Home Designs is sharing Peach Inspired Tablescape Ideas for Summer Entertaining

and Jen of Midwest Life and Style is sharing Peach Perfection: How To Style A Stunning Summer Tablescape

Let us know what summer tablescapes you’re creating this summer! Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

Many blessings,


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  1. Ooh, I love your tablescape. It’s absolutely lovely. Hugs to you, my friend.

    1. Thank you bunches, Renae! It was fun to hop with these ladies. They’re all so creative and inspiring. Big hugs, CoCo

  2. CoCo,
    I’m so excited you joined us this month. Your table is beautiful! I have a good collection of vintage wood fruit baskets and originally planned to use them on this table. However, I got distracted with another idea. Lol. It would have been so fun if we’d both used them. Everything you do is amazing and I loved everything about your table.

    1. That would have been so much fun Rachel! You guys are all so talented. Truly, it was a huge honor to be on the hop with you. I learn from you guys all the time and you make me want to be a better blogger. I love how you take extra care to make the details special. It’s so inspiring. Big hugs and thanks for asking me to be a part of it this series, CoCo

  3. Lovely and creative as always.i love the idea of the too short curtains being used as a gorgeous table runner.
    I am curious as to all the silverware being placed in upside-down position. I know often time pictures on Facebook are in a reversed position but I’ve not seen it any of my blogs that I follow. Thanks for a beautiful table setting.

    1. Thank you so much, Susan! Although I was bummed my Mom wouldn’t be able to use the curtains at Loblolly I was tickled pink to be able to use them on this tablescape. As far as turning the silverware upside down, it was purely for the sake of taking these photos. The LM monogram on the forks were such a special touch I didn’t want to miss capturing them properly. Hope your week has been filled with all good things, CoCo

  4. Omgosh CoCo!! This is SO lovely!! That curtain turned runner is absolutely stunning and those napkins have the perfect peach-y color!! I do love me some peaches but I haven’t been able to find good ones this year! Such a fun table you styled, friend! Stay cool…it’s hot here too…going to be 102 today!!

    1. Thanks so much for your sweet words, Rachel. This was definitely a fun tablescape to put together. I totally know what you mean about not being able to find good peaches. These were pretty to photograph but only one of the 7 tasted like a fresh from the farm real peach. Sending you lots of hugs and hoping you guys are staying cool. 102 is no joke! ~ CoCo

    1. I really appreciate it, Kim, thank you so much! I hope you’re having a happy summer. Big hugs, CoCo

  5. I’ve never thought to use peaches in my decor but golly, it’s beautiful! I’ve always liked the smell of peaches so I’ll have to try this. Love your sweet feminine style.

    1. Thank you Cindy! This was definitely a fun one to put together. For a hot minute the entire house smelled like peaches and sweet roses and it was magical. Sending you lots of hugs, CoCo

  6. CoCo, I love the fact you used those gorgeous curtains as a table runner. The entire table is so soft and calming~love your combination of colors, flowers and fruit. You are so talented and never disappoint. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thank you Mary! They were definitely a fun save. I would love to try and use them in a pillow or something like that too. The material is really delicate so we’ll see how it goes. Hope your summer has been a fun one. Even though I’m trying desperately to hang on to the season, I can’t believe it’s almost time to pull out the pumpkins. Hugs, CoCo

  7. Oh, CoCo. I’m so glad you joined us this month. It sounds like the peach theme was meant to be and your table turned out beautifully. It’s so soft and pretty. Perfect for summer! I love how you used the curtain as a table runner…so creative! And while I usually prefer real flowers too, I think the faux filler you used is so pretty!

    Can’t wait to see your yummy recipe on Saturday!

    1. I really appreciate it, Jen, thank you! I have never been so thankful to see the peaches arrive. I was so close to having to order some from Amazon because the first batch that arrived were so tiny they looked like apricots ha ha. It was totally bananas! I’m thankful it all worked out though because I love this series so much and I definitely wanted to bring my A game for all of you. Big hugs and can’t wait to try your dump cake recipe on Saturday, CoCo

  8. Peaches and summer just go together! Love the idea of using peaches in a tablescape! The peach hues blend perfectly with your signature pink and white! Can’t wait to check out all the other lovely tables! Yours looks amazing! Blessings, Donna

    1. I appreciate that so much, Donna, thank you bunches! Hugs, CoCo

  9. Hi CoCo- I always love when you ladies get together for a blog hop. I love how you are all so creative and unique in your designs. Each of you has your own thumb print. Your peach inspired tablescape is perfect! I felt 10 degrees cooler just looking at the photos. I too prefer to use fresh flowers – and if I could- would use them ALL THE TIME. However, in real life, I too have to improvise. The other thing that I appreciate about your post is that you showed people how to improvise by using what you had on hand. (Ie. with the table runner). Sometimes a creative solution is BETTER than a “run to the store and buy something” solution.

  10. It’s perfection Coco…I loved every little detail, so pretty!

    1. I really appreciate it, Christie, thank you so much. Hope your week is filled with all good things, CoCo

    1. Thanks so much for having me, Michele, it was so much fun! Big hugs and see you on the recipe hop tomorrow, CoCo

  11. Stacy Ling says:

    Loving all the simple details! It really makes the peaches pop!

  12. It is beautiful! I love that the pieces have a story! The table runner is priceless!

  13. What a fun concept! You did wonders with what flowers you were able to find. The antique finds you incorporate are always a highlight.

  14. Perfectly “Peachy” table and I love the softness for summer. I have table runners that are curtains.

    Happy the peaches arrive in time.


  15. Thank you so much for joining our group this month Coco. Your table is simply perfect. I love the floral arrangement and the little baskets of fruit are too cute. I’d love to come sit at your table. Pinned!

  16. Love your tablescape CoCo, working with what you have makes us be more creative (in my opinion). I like the curtain turned table runner. Great idea. Thank you for sharing your inspiration. <3

  17. Peaches and summer go hand in hand! When I was growing up, my grandfather had a peach tree in his back yard and I loved to pick the beautiful fruit with him. Your peach inspired table is gorgeous, CoCo. Using the delicate curtains as a runner is so creative! I am so happy to feature your post at this week’s TTA link party. Thank you so much for sharing!

  18. SO beautiful CoCo! The peach is lovely with your soft look, and I always love your satiny ribbons! How fun to make your runner from the curtains, too! Thanks for sharing your lovely ideas, they always make me sigh! Happy August!

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