Floral linen napkins and delicately ruffled bowls and dishes are another great choice for creating the French vibe. Simple bud vases with delicate flowers will look great on your faux table, created with the two wicker stools.
No party decor is complete without fresh-cut flowers. For this look, choose dual-toned ranunculus and pink peonies, place them in painted tin cans and bud vases. Spray each can in two colors using painter's tape. Cobalt bud vases with single stems pop wonderfully against the black-and-white striped.
This eclectic dining room from designer Julia Buckingham features bold use of the color red, and a striking custom textile art piece in a rainbow of colors. Other accessories include an arrangement tulips in bud vases on on a carved table, wood benches and chairs, and a bright red chandelier.
This kitchen and breakfast room from Meredith McBrearty Interiors illustrates a simple lesson of holiday decor: you don't have to privilege the usual red and green or even silver and gold decor. A fresh clean palette of white and the unexpected detail of single flower stems tucked into bud vases is just the kind of festive touch that makes every surface and nook of your home holiday-ready.
A bar cart is the perfect place to match unlikely pairs of glasses. I have never followed the rule of matching finishes, and this is an easy way to buck that trend. Drink mixers and containers are readily available at thrift shops and consignment stores which often have great vintage accessories. In addition to drinkware, you can also add a few buds of bright flowers in your favorite glass or vase.