A gorgeous warm wood finish on this dining table matches the wood detailing used throughout the kitchen to achieve a cozy, country feel. A simple glass cake stand holds a snacks for an inviting look while leaving the table space open.
Wow your guests with this incredible DIY cake featuring blush pink ruffles and edible gold sequins. Topped with pretty pink flowers and displayed on a mercury glass cake stand, you'll have everyone asking you how to make this beauty.
If you can't decide whether to install light or dark cabinets, consider a combination. The mix of black and white cabinets in this kitchen provides visual interest as well as plenty of storage space, while the marbled granite countertop and backsplash brings both colors together.
“Cake stands are a fun way to add height and layering,” says interior designer Jade Joyner, co-owner of Metal + Petal in Athens, Ga. She then tied the red in the cake stand to the bottom level with Asian foo dog statues. For texture, use plants and glassware, like these vintage hobnob glasses. Don’t forget the greenery, either, with houseplants and low-maintenance plants, like the bird’s nest fern on the bottom level and a glass cloche terrarium with a succulent.
Brian Patrick Flynn brings a touch of the holidays to this foyer with a framed advent calendar made of holiday postcards and a cake stand holding glass ornaments, not to mention the live, decorated Christmas tree.
When it comes to holiday sweets, think about the decorative value they can add to seasonally decorated spaces with the proper display. Here, the centerpiece of the tiny breakfast nook happens to be a white coconut cake. When placed on a cake stand, it instantly becomes a statement piece. To keep cakes fresher for longer periods of time, be sure to keep them on cake stands with glass covers.
Bring the freshness of spring to your table by arranging blooms of tulips, star of Bethlehem and maidenhair ferns into white vases like milk glass or Easter rabbit vases on coordinating cake stands for height.
Keep your arts and crafts supplies within arm’s reach and neatly displayed by arranging them on a tiered cake stand. Dedicate the lower stand to glass jars for housing buttons, tacks and other embellishments which get lost easily. Keep spools of ribbon or thread in the center and then use the top tier for things you’ll need easy access to such as pens and paints.
Create a tall grim centerpiece by filling a three-tier cake stand with various Halloween decor. HGTV fan Tamgypsy filled the centerpiece with glittery skulls, bones, spray-painted Christmas ornaments and a silver witch's hat. She placed miniature skulls on the plates and brought crystal elements to the table with candle holders and wine glasses.