Deck the Halls & Set the Table

Monday, December 21, 2009

Christmas Table setting
{V V Rouleaux}

My dream table.

With only 4 days left before Christmas, I'm sure you're all scrambling with last minute preparations which include rushing to the mall for any gifts that were forgotten, and the grocery store for all of the dinner fixin's that you'll need for the main event. But I bet you're leaving the table setting to the very last minute. Right? I hate to admit it, but I do that too. And I mean really last minute. Like, down-to-the-wire-guests-are-arriving last minute.

Fortunately for me, I don't have to worry about that this year since Steve's mom is hosting Christmas dinner. But, for those of you who do need some ideas or have no idea where to start in terms of decorating your table, I've pulled a few photos that inspired me and will be sure to do the same for you.

Martha Stewart Holiday Table Setting
{Martha Stewart}

Such a simple table setting yet so elegant. This just goes to show that you don't need a lot to make a chic table.


Martha Stewart Holiday Table Setting
{Martha Stewart}

I've been looking for new plates to add to my collection and I think these blue and green ones would be a great addition. Just gotta find them...


Country Living Christmas Table Settings
{Photo Credit: Steven Randazzo, Country Living}

Pinks and Fuchsias to a Holiday table setting is A-Okay with me.


Rebecca Thuss Holiday Table Settings
{Rebecca Thuss}

I love the theatricality of the branches. Adds such simple drama to the table.


Southern Living Christmas Table Settings
{Photo Credit: Laurey W. Glenn}

Understated elegance with a dose of modern elements.


Living Etc Christmas Table Settings
{Living Etc.}

Love, love, love the light fixtures! They're like water droplets suspended in the air.


Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Table Settings
{Better Homes and Gardens}


Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Table Settings
{Better Homes and Gardens}

The combination of the punchy pinks, reds and lime greens are a great twist on traditional holiday colors.


Christmas Tables Settings Country Living
{Country Living}

Keeping it simple and natural creates a cozy, comfortable setting.



{Delicious Magazine}

Not something I would normally go for, but I like the splashes of color against all of the white.



{Better Homes and Gardens}



{Better Homes and Gardens}



{Better Homes and Gardens}



{Better Homes and Gardens}

A deep indigo blue lends a regal touch to the holidays.



{Better Homes and Gardens}

A playful country feel is created through the use of different textures, patterns, and colors.



{Better Homes and Gardens}

Gotta love all of that color, no?



{Object Bis}

Where can I find that candle holder...



{Southern Living}

With repeated elements, you'll definitely make a statement.

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