A gray plaid tablecloth is accessorized with brightly colored flowers and metallic accessories to create a stunning holiday table setting. Traditional holiday plaid plates glass stemware display colorful appetizers and drinks.
Designer Laurie March has transformed TV personality Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Baskett's foyer into a glittering, disco-inspired holiday wonderland, featuring a festive and mouth-watering display of Christmas cake pops and tiered cakes on the party table, as seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes.
We love designer Barbara Westbrook of Westbrook Interiors' idea of placing wrapped gifts in shades of millennial pink and silver under this table in the Home for the Holidays entry hall. The display instantly sets a holiday tone and demonstrates how elegantly wrapped, color-coordinated wrapped gifts can be used as decor throughout the house — not simply beneath the tree.
This farmhouse-inspired backyard playhouse offers a holiday escape for kids to play and craft at the wooden table with metal chairs. The playhouse offers vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors and fun flannel decor.
In addition to a mix of different whites and textures, shape and sheen play a crucial role in the success of a white-on-white tablescape. Stylist Camille Styles creates placeholders from jingle bells, cream card stock and nude-toned satin ribbon to introduce new shapes and sheen to this holiday table.
When you swap out holiday plates for items you use in your home throughout the year, look for new ways to display old pieces. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs in South Carolina used vintage milk glass for this tablescape, including setting one bowl on top of a cake plate. The dishes already have a wintery white look. She filled them with paperwhite bulbs that complement the pinecones on the table, knowing they will bring even more warmth to the interiors when they bloom. “I love the texture of the bulb itself,” she adds.