My Holiday Table
Happy December! The holiday season is finally here, which means it’s time to eat, drink and be merry; it also means for many of us, entertaining is in the near future – and lots of decorating. From your tabletop to your treetop, this time of year is especially all about the details. Unfortunately, the holidays only come once a year, so buying tons of holiday decorations might not make the most sense if you’re living in a tiny city apartment (me!) without a lot of storage (me!), or on a budget (me!) which is why I love to mix and match, utilizing colors I can easily incorporate into my every day decor – so without further ado, here’s how I’m styling my holiday table this season:
I fell in love with purple all over again this year so when Love Detailed got these diamond amethyst glass tumblers in I knew I had to have them and somehow incorporate them into my holiday table. I used china I already owned, mixed and matched gold saucers and napkin rings (some I owned, the others I made since I didn’t have enough to match them all perfectly), and used a basic white table cloth and cloth napkins. To add a festive feel, I picked up pinecones at my local craft store and a couple of ornaments, then placed them all into a gold pedestal bowl; I went with white roses in a mix of vases with various heights and added a few candles to make the setting a bit more formal. If you haven’t noticed already, I love holidays, decorating and entertaining (and a good apron, which also makes for a great hostess gift), but one thing I can’t stand is buying something I can’t use more than a couple times a year – that being said, metallics and neutrals are my go-to; don’t be afraid to stray from the “rules” – as long as you keep the general theme of your gathering in mind and show some kind of consistency, if you ask me, anything goes!
I picked my favorite Love Detailed products so you can easily re-create my holiday table (below). To shop the full collection, click here.
What’s one thing that’s always on your holiday table?
For me, it’s candles. Share in the comment section below.