After putting away all the Christmas decorations and china, I have created a winter table scape for the dining room. I chose a white tablecloth embroidered with snowflakes. On top, I placed sparkly white winter branches in blue and green cut glass containers. There are silver candlesticks with white candles and an arrangement of vases in blues and greens. Goblets are two shades of blue, while the plate stacks include a tin charger, Lamberton china, and Villeroy and Boch plates. Glass Arte Nouveau napkin rings are used to hold lace-edged white napkins. The overall effect is a calm and soothing dinner setting.
- The start of this tablescape begins with the tablecloth that was embroidered with decorations.
- You can use silver candlesticks with white candles to give off a nice color contrast on your candle piece.
- The key to this tablescape is that the colors all mesh together well and brighten up the room.
“All that is an explanation for the choice of today’s tablescape. I wanted something serene and calm with a hint of ice to create that feeling you get when looking at a silent winter landscape.”