Create a bold, eye-catching centerpiece with red accessories. Use bright red ornament balls, berry sprigs and glittery tinsel garland to surround a plain white candle to add a touch of drama to your Christmas table.
Festive candle holders are created by placing pillar candles in a glass bowl filled with pinecones, ornaments and evergreen clippings. Make several to go down the center of the table or to dress up the bar. Scatter around glass ornaments for extra sparkle.
A zoomed in look at this contemporary dining space highlights the artistic look of the simple, rustic inspired centerpiece. The metallic finish shines against the black dining table and cream-colored candles. This closer look reveals the detail of the intricate pattern on the head chair.
Evening light and a window view creates a gorgeous setting for this intimate dining space. Neutral benches sit on either side of a low, dark dining table. Candlelight illuminates the champagne ice for a sparkling finish.
A low-hanging crystal chandelier hangs above a dining room table, covered in a white tablecloth and silver runner. Blue candles and a centerpiece made of silver ornamental pieces add a more formal touch to the casual space.
A sun mirror is the center of the wall display over this long dining room buffet. The buffet features a distressed finish with rows of drawers for storage. Mounted plates decorate the remaining space over the furniture piece while the buffet top display includes table lamps, shaped shrubs and thick candle holders.
To create a stylish centerpiece, fill a compote with water and whole limes, and tuck flowers – stripped of most stems – in amongst the limes. Pinecones, ornaments or fresh, colorful vegetables like artichokes and radishes also serve as sturdy anchors for blooms. In addition to candle-filled votives set casually on the table, succulents placed in water-filled votive cups make charming tabletop decorations.
Take your Thanksgiving tablescape to the next level by flanking a dough bowl with pillar candles on plates, pedestals or candle stands. Wrap candles in a bit of twine or ribbon to add texture. Create a loose candle ring with elements from the dough bowl to tie the two decorative elements together.