25 Scrumptious Holiday Tablescapes by ers

ers, your beautiful holiday tablescape submissions had my mouth watering in anticipation of Christmas dinner. I’m so impressed with how you understand how to decorate a table. I’m also impressed with your photography skills. Thanks for sharing and styling to everyone. Here is a delicious sampling of the tables users are preparing for the holidays. You can see many more here

“I went with a supersimple, cheap, nature-inspired tablescape,” states consumer editedinteriors. “It’s basically white, blue and silver with a natural color coming out of the magnolia leaves, pinecones and burlap. I picked up the two bird ornaments at a local florist. As it happened, a guest brought everyone chocolates in blue and white boxes — perfect match for your table”

er Shari and two of her friends got creative when setting up a luncheon for the women of Goat Hill Fair. They kept things green and simple, repurposing things. The china and glassware are mixed and matched, and the oranges make you think of a time when oranges were a large stocking cure.

A serendipitous trip to Marshalls spurred alkihouse to go all white and red for her desk — she scooped these cheerful plates and designed around them.

“We wanted to make an African-inspired tablescape blended with traditional Christmas colours and florals,” states ethnicitidesignonline.

The chandelier at tambrosia’s home has received lots of attention. She’s hung ornaments in a beautiful arrangement over the table.

Vignette Design created a woodsy winter table, with log-slice chargers, majolica plates and a faux bois vase styled with antler candlesticks in the center.

For Christmas morning, Vignette Design finished another smart tablescape with red and green tartan placemats using pinecones on a cake rack serving as a yuletide centerpiece.

consumer pennymoon has a silent dinner for four intended in her newly remodeled eat-in kitchen. “I love the traditional red and green decoration, however I added a bit of whimsy by adding lime-green accents into the centerpiece and also the ornaments that adorn each plate,” she states.

“Snowmen of kinds are the stars of the Christmas tablescape,” states sharonsf. “Over the years I have collected a wonderful variety.” Her dishes are a cherished Spode Christmas tree pattern.

consumer karin801 enlisted the assistance of her friend Frank to make this winter wonderland tablescape.

er lireese likes to save space for food and beverages on the table, also spreads the decorating round into chandeliers, chairbacks, mirrors and sconces.

“I went with gold, crystal and ivory,” states ejheather. She dressed the table. She utilized broad ribbon for the seats and runner, tied gold decoration round the fabric scraps, spray painted the toaster stone, made the tablecloth from fabric her grandmother bought in Asia 40 decades back and additional decorations out of the Dollar Store.

“Christmas dinner is our time to sit back and feel the warm glow of the holiday season,” states smithde. “This tablescape will help to set the tone with rich reds and golds.”

consumer golfbeach had fun with Annalee elves of sizes on her desk and up within her chandelier this past year.

“My tablescape reflects a number of the outdoor elements — greenery, birds, snow, trees stumps — using a mix of metallics and golds,” states Jo Ann DiGiacinto.

Following is a closer look at DiGiacinto’s elegant place settings.

Blogger suzannevos place this table for a tablescape exhibition to benefit Habitat for Humanity. “My book club friend and I call it ‘A Victorian Christmas’ and utilized Pride and Prejudice as our inspiration to make that which we think symbolizes Christmas from the garden.”

In terms of her own dining area, suzannevos states, “My desk is typically set with ivory and gold and leans toward a Victorian fashion. The tree in the corner imitates the ornaments onto the tabletop with gold angels, hearts and flowers throughout.”

“Tablescaping and Christmas are two of my all-time favorite topics,” says blogger Susan Nowell. “Our table remains adorned with a stunning hand-painted Christmas tablecloth I found at a thrift shop in Brazil while working with Hope Unlimited for Children.”

Here is one of Nowell’s last tablescapes, a wondrous mix of silver, china, glass and faux snow.

“I always start my living and dining area decoration with setting the dining room table, trying different versions,” states consumer Michelle. “This can then determine what type of ambience I shall pick for my trees from the hundreds of glass, pearl or silver ornaments I have collected over the previous twenty decades.” This motif, used previously, is “Dreaming of a Blue Christmas.”

Here is the base of Michelle’s tablescape plans for this season, which she will switch up with accessories based on the guests and the mood of the occasion.

“My rustic and elegant dining room table is set with a special Christmas Eve dinner for six in mind,” states er Suzy. “The guests will include our parents and adult children. The toddlers will probably be off visiting their other grandparents for a few hours, so this gave me the opportunity to make an intimate table which will encourage a leisurely meal and great conversation.”

“We used silver, gold, ivory and aluminum within our costume decor to seamlessly coordinate with the room’s color palette,” states Panageries.

“We’re hosting several holiday gatherings with friends and family,” states hjracer. Red and white with touches of green enliven the table.

“I love decorating for Christmas each year. My tablescape is usually the first thing that I do that the day after Thanksgiving,” states beckster18.

Spallina Interiors went for a romantic and luxe tablescape in silver and red. “The chandelier is decorated with classic crystal ornaments collected through the years,” she states.

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