I absolutely love the Salt Lake Home & Garden Show. There are always such creative set-ups and I leave so inspired! The succulents in this beautiful garden tablescape was planted by my dear friend, Cynthia Bee. It is so fresh and green, and would brighten up any space! I love that it brings the outdoors indoors, or could also make your garden beautiful. Take a look at some of the gorgeous, intricate details of this succulent living garden tablescape.
The Succulent Table was created by Classic Jack Construction to showcase a unique outdoor entertaining idea. An extra large table was constructed from corten steel with a narrow channel running down the center. Water is pumped to the center of the channel then runs on a slight downhill in both directions, ending in wood rain barrels filled with black pebble where the water is stored and recirculated. The stream brings the beautiful sound and movement of water to the dining experience. A planting zone filled with water wise succulents, designed by Cynthia Bee of the Conservation Garden Park, flanks the stream channel. Reclaimed wood beams along the edges of the table provide a solid surface for placesettings. The effect is one of rustic elegance and the table only becomes more beautiful as the plants grow and fill in over time. It’s a unique yet functional twist on a backyard water feature that’s always ready to wow a crowd.
I love the succulent vines hanging off the sides! What a whimsical touch.
This fountain water fixture is beautiful! I love how it really brings the whole table together.
Down to the place settings, this tablescape is perfect!
The mix of succulents and different plants complement each other so well.
I hope you enjoyed this as much as I did!