Today I am styling another tablescape that you might find inspiration from. I wanted to create a simple tablescape with natural elements, but also with a little pop for a get together I am having soon.
I started with a soft tan tablecloth that has a touch of gold thread. I often use this tablecloth to design an ocean tablescape and the tan has a bit of texture that looks like sand–perfect with shells and tropical leaves! As always, I use my white “caterers’ dishes–they are SO easy to work with allow me to work with any other colors or textures for a table setting. You can see a set of four here.
The natural elements include some brown woven placements that I use every day (as you can wipe and even hose them off!) and some inexpensive garland with pinecones and gold-tipped leaves. (I bought mine at Target in the $1, $3 bin, but here is a similar one that is very cute!)
The most important component to any tablescape is candlelight. The centerpiece is a set of flameless candles surrounded by mirror cut glass votives and tiny tea lights. For all of the candles, I am using battery operated faux candles. If you haven’t tried them yet, I highly recommend you try some! They are worth paying a bit more for as they are no mess and no cleanup needed!
The centerpiece is a set of candles with LED lights and comes with a remote control so you can turn them off and on and even set a timer! They are just beautiful and SO easy to use. You will want a set of these for the holidays, for sure! You can check them out here.
I hope you found a little inspiration from my simple design. I would love to hear about your vision for a holiday tablescape and it would be great fun to add some of your pictures! I want to learn from all of you creative ladies out there, too! You can comment below and my email is listed on my “about” page. Come on ladies–show us your style! Homestyle, that is!
Tomorrow I will style a cozy cardigan look that would be perfect for this natural setting!
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