As I get ready to start pulling out pieces to set the table for our own Christmas Eve dinner, I get so excited with the endless possibilities of what to create. I was looking through tablescapes I’ve done in the past, I noticed how no two are exactly alike. So today I’m rounding up 8 different Holiday Tablescapes I’ve shared in the past, for tons of ideas that you can implement on your own holiday tables.
Of course, if you are frequent to the blog, than you know I love neutrals! I created this holiday tablescape a few years ago, and features a beautiful floral arrangement done by my friend, who happens to be a local floral designer. Her winter arrangement totally popped off my gray and white table elements, and brought in an elegant mix to the rustic wood slab chargers I used.
You can see more of this tablescape HERE.
I created this mixed metal tablescape by staggering different sized mercury glass trees down the center of my table. I also incorporated mixing metals in my place setting with gold bead chargers, silver snowflake plates, and platinum band salad plates on top! It was so shiny and festive, click HERE to see more of this mixed metal tablescape.
Blue goblets stole the show in this next tablescape. Every time I share these I get asked where they are from. I scooped them up at HomeGoods a couple years ago, but have found these almost identical ones HERE.
Mostly elegant with formal place settings, and a tiny rustic touch from the fresh cedar boughs, and shiny gold antlers layered down the center of the table. Click HERE to see more.
I loved the casual vibe of this next tablescape. Subtle in color, but the faux green trees add just the right mix, that could be incorporated for the holidays, or during the winter months too!
Simple white plates, and cafe napkins were dressed up with crystal glassware from my inherited china set, and my grandmothers real silver flatware. A hand-me-down I treasure every time I set the table with them.
You can see more of this casual winter tablescape HERE.
This warm gold tones pop up against this all white tablescape! From a white faux fur table runner, to white bottle brush trees, you can help but be drawn in by the warmer tones of amber, gold and rose gold.
Click HERE, to see all the details that went into this tablescape.
Similar to the first tablescape I shared, this one was created for our feature in the Better Homes & Gardens Christmas Ideas magazine. You can read about our feature HERE, and I enlisted my same floral designer friend to create this beautiful centerpiece.
I made this tablescape slightly different, by using antique silver platters as chargers, instead of the fresh wood slabs, and covered the entire table with an oatmeal linen tablecloth. See all the details HERE.
This year, I created a fun eclectic mix, by bringing out my favorite blue goblets, and using a blue and green wool blanket as a table runner. Sprigs of fresh eucalyptus adding a fun whimsical touch, tucked around my mercury glass trees.
And for a slightly more casual vibe from my eclectic Christmas tablescape, I created this more rustic version, using the same wool blanket as a tablecloth, and my natural wood slices are chargers.
To keep things extra casual, I tied the silverware with a ribbon, tucked inside the napkin, and placed it on each place setting. You can see more HERE.
However you set your table this holiday season, what I wish for most, is that you enjoy the company of those who are gathering around it! Happy Holidays!