A beautifully set table is the star attraction at every house party, especially at holiday time. The secret to a standout tablescape? Getting creative and bringing your own personality and style to it. Make your table fun! Play with tableware, glassware, linens, vessels, flowers candles and lights. Here are five décor trends we love for creating unique holiday tablescapes.
Think a lush green leafy garland, festooned with pink, red and white roses, running down the centre of your farmhouse table, paired with creamy white table linens, gold trimmed white dinnerware and rose-hued glassware. Make this look a stylish and sustainable one by opting for silk or paper flowers instead of fresh foliage.
Vogue recently hailed the disco ball as one of the top décor pieces of the year. A holiday vignette with spectacular sparkle is a beautiful way to embrace this retro-fabulous trend. Anchor your table with shades of silver, and look for décor pieces like tiny evergreen trees, napkin rings and floral vessels with a reflective, mirrored finish.
The mood is Regency-inspired glamour, and to set a grand holiday table inspired by the Netflix hit you’ll need decadent textured linens, candelabras and flickering taper candles, luxury vintage-feels dinnerware in shades of pink, turquoise and navy blue. Add a festive floral touch with multiple bud vases filled with red blooms scattered throughout your setting.
The hottest décor trend is all about homey comforts, and to make it holiday, the secret is to keep your details sweet and simple. Borrow your grandmother’s delicate floral patterned china, shop for natural wood table accents like chargers and place card holders, and finish everyone’s place setting with a custom menu card topped with a sprig of spruce.
Bring exuberance and joy to your holiday spread by combining bold and colourful patterns to create a daring décor vibe that’s super fresh. Mix stripes with polka dots, or tartans with florals to create a multi-dimensional texture. Another fun way to play is by combining unconventional holiday hues, which may include shades of green, red, yellow, pink, and orange.