The holidays are just around the corner. Regardless whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, or any other holiday, they all center on similar concepts: love, family, friends, and epic food comas. Spruce up your dinner table (or tables) with these ultimate holiday settings:
Plaid prints: Plaid tablecloths, napkins, and runners in red and green are all about comfort and give your place a homey feeling.
Evergreens and florals: Give life to your table with settings that incorporate evergreens and florals. Wrap your napkins with a piece of twine next to a lavender sprig for table settings with a rustic feel.
Get the look with Furniture Fair: Hydrangeas, berries and ivy paired together provide a festive and unique look for your holiday table.
Aromatic centerpieces: What do pine sprigs, pinecones, cinnamon sticks, and hydrangeas have in common? They all make great centerpieces that look good and smell good. Who doesn’t love killing two birds with one stone?
Scented candles: Add some ambiance to your dining room, and make your home smell so much better with scented candles. Our holiday favorites: cinnamon, pumpkin spice, and vanilla.
Metallic accents: Whether it’s with dinnerware, utensils, or silver-trimmed napkins, metallic accents provide a sense of elegance and holiday sparkle.
Get the look with Furniture Fair: A golden glimmer adds instant sophistication and style anywhere and our Set of two Chantil Platters are no exception.
Goblets: Champagne flutes are cool and all, but set your table apart by serving holiday cheer in a goblet. Your guests will ogle, and you’ll be getting questions all night about where you got them.
Ornamental trinkets: Ornaments aren’t just for your Christmas tree. Ornament place-card holders, wine-glass trinkets, and basket centerpieces can all add a little flair to the table.
Get the look with Furniture Fair: With the look of an antique find, our Fantasy Garden Sculpted Tree brings a whimsical, yet artistic romance to any room.
Cranberries: Not only are cranberries delicious in desserts, cocktails, and sauces, but they also make great decor. They look wonderful strung up as a napkin ring, placed around a candle in a bowl, or even just resting in a bowl with mini silver ornaments.
Looking for more ideas for your holiday festivities? Stop by Furniture Fair, and chat with a member of our design team today!
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