Red isn’t a color that works well in most areas of my house as all the blues and greens really throw it off. But since my kitchen is white, I can definitely do it in this room. In fact, one of the things I like best about a white kitchen is the fact that I can decorate easily for every season. Everything goes with white!
Today I am so excited to be joining the most amazing group of bloggers for the Styled + Set Blog Tour: Valentine’s Day Entertaining! This wonderful tour is hosted by Lory of Designthusiasm (thank you Lory!) and features 30 bloggers sharing decorating ideas and inspiration for Valentine’s Day. There will be 6 bloggers a day, for 5 days, so check back during the week to see all the inspiration! And for even more inspiration, check out my free e-book featuring twelve of my favorite tablescapes!
Neutral Holiday Tablescape featuring Silver and GreensI used a silver charger from Pottery Barn and mixed it with my everyday white plates. The small mercury candleholders I already owned, and I added the taller ones from Pottery Barn. I never feel like a table is complete without something natural, so I added greens clipped from my yard mixed with some I purchased. And of course, I had to add my favorite white hydrangeas! They are my absolute favorite flower, and I think they work in any season. I used a flax colored linen napkin and runner from Sur la Table. The runner is not available in this color anymore, but I found similar ones here, and here. And rather than use napkin rings, I decided to continue the natural theme and used a small piece of pine tree clipping and a little green frosted pinecone ornament tied to the napkin with twine. Similar pinecone ornaments here, here, here, and here. I love how it’s casual but elegant at the same time! The silver and green mercury ornaments that I layered over the greens were ones I bought from Pottery Barn a few years ago. I’ve included links for the exact items I used when possible, and I always try to find similar options if the original items are no longer available. (*some affiliate links used for your convenience*)
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Well, it’s already only 3 weeks until Christmas! How did that happen??! I have really been getting into the spirit of the holidays lately. I don’t know if it’s because I had to decorate a little earlier this year for my two Holiday Home Tours here and here, or that it has been so cold here in California (a rarity this early), but either way, I am so excited for Christmas this year!
Neutral Fall Tablescape Sources
For the most part, I usually only decorate for Halloween outside. Well, until last year, that is. It all started when I purchased the cutest Halloween plates on sale from Williams Sonoma! I fell in love with them, and used them in last year’s Halloween tablescape. And because that was so fun, and also because I wanted to use them again, I decided to do another one this year.