Nothing is more inviting than sitting down to a beautifully set table with people you love. What better time of the year to experiment and have fun with your dining table, than at Christmas time. I had such a blast assembling this tablescape.
First, I set up a slim 9″ tree in the corner of the dining room. I wanted to have a natural elements theme for the room and tree featuring pinecones, hand painted ornaments in blue, burgundy, green, and white with crystals, glitter and snow. I got this beautiful set from Frontgate. I added winter anemone blossoms to the tree along with real pinecones, sprayed with gold. A faux fur tree skirt adds to the outdoor element feel of the room.
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I purchased the salad plates from Pier 1, each one is different and they come in a set of 4. I love folding the dinner napkins under the plate, not only is it a beautiful look, it hides the crease in the napkins! No ironing!! Major time saver!!
Real pine needles on the burlap table runner and white hydrangeas are a nice accent coming from the outdoors.
These Waterford wine glasses HERE are an elegant compliment to any tablescape, formal or informal..I use them for every and any occasion I can.
The beautiful rustic lanterns are also from Pier 1, they were on a great sale that I couldn’t pass up. The jewel inserts added that extra bling to the table, and the bronze/black finish is the perfect compliment to the table. The tablescape is a blend between rustic and elegant, burlap and crystal, I love mixing the two elements.
These Waterford cocktail glasses HERE were a gift and we use them all the time. There is something special about drinking out of crystal that just pleases the palate 🙂
The champagne flutes also Waterford HERE have a beautiful curved shape to them, I have collected several different pairs.