Holiday Cheer

Friday, December 2, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

Now that Thanksgiving has come to an end, we can all finally break out our holiday decorations and get into the spirit.  Whether you like to go all out or just add some subtle hints of the season to your home, the inspirations below have you covered.

We love these stunning, deep red Amaryllis center pieces for a Christmas or New Years Eve dinner tablescape.  Pairing them with mercury glass tea light votives adds some sparkle and mood lighting.

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For those of you who are into a more simplistic holiday decor, try placing tree clippings in different shaped apothecary vases.  This adds a fresh and charming element to any space.

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This chic, blue, white and gold tablescape is perfect for your holiday dinner party.  We love the vintage glasses and candle holders.

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This grand Christmas tree really makes a statement in the entryway of this foyer.  If you have the right space, floating your tree in middle of the room is an awesome statement.  The thin garlands around the windows and stairway compliment the tree without over doing it.

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Add some effortless style to your bar by using a holiday wreath as a backdrop.  Many Christmas tree farms and grocers carry fresh pre made wreaths that you can add a personal touch.

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A creative idea for a holiday tablescape is to use old Christmas song sheet music as place mats or runners for the table.  We love the rustic vibe of this tablescape with the fresh boughs of pine and pine cones lining a natural wood log candelabra.

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This silver Manzanita branch candelabra makes for an elegant menorah or mantle display.

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A simple and sweet holiday touch is to add real or fake snow inside glass candle votives.  Make an arrangement of candles with pieces of lumber to create varying heights and decorate them with burlap ribbon and sprigs of mistletoe.

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