Metallic Holiday Tablescape

Good morning, sweet friends! I’m SO excited to show you my Metallic Holiday Tablescape today! I love mixing neutral colors, various metallic tones and differing textures in my decor. I also adore creating tablescapes, so I jumped at the opportunity when Wayfair invited me to participate in their Holiday Tablescape Challenge. I had so much fun with this project!

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We ate breakfast here yesterday. It was so fun!

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The foundation for this tablescape is a white tablecloth with my a vintage, gold lace tablecloth on top. This tablecloth was a wedding gift and it is one of my favorite treasures.

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I added a square gold charger at each place. I love the square shape…especially under my round white {cheap} plates. I love mixing and matching, so I used two different cloth napkin patterns. The hammered brass napkin rings are a yard sale find from a year ago!

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I created a simple centerpiece with two mercury glass candle holders, candles and a beaded vase filled with sticks that I glittered up with glitter spray paint and sparkly pumpkins and gourds that I’ve had for several years. I know that the sticks might be a little weird, but I like how they add a quirky, rustic vibe.

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Pretty.

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I am head-over-heels for this soft, understated color palette.

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I think everything is so elegant!

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I love this silver metallic {and food safe} tray. It is perfect for serving bread or dessert.  For my tablescape, I just added a few mirrored gold leaf ornaments with votive candles on top. The contrasting metallics are stunning together.

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More pretty stuff. :)

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My sweet babysitter helped me put together this tablescape. She whipped up some Cranberry Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies to add to the tiered stand. Yum!

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Here you can see more tablecloth detail.

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I wish I could have each of you over for a fun, elegant brunch. My hubby and 3 year old and I had so much fun eating our bacon and eggs here on Sunday morning. :)

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Layering and mixing various metallic tones and textures is key to creating a lovely, holiday tablescape! With just a few tweaks here and there, this tablescape is perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s! I love saving money by creating versatile decor!

Below are the Wayfair items I used. Everything else I already had on hand.

Chargers | Goblet Vase | Tiered Stand | Gold Ornaments | Silver Platter

Do you enjoy creating lovely tablescapes for special occasions?

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Comments

  1. Absolutely stunning! I love the mix of metallics, especially since these are more muted than shiny. I don’t think the sticks are weird – I like adding nature wherever possible…it’s the perfect accessory!

  2. Sooo pretty Myra! I love those Target napkins — I picked up the tableclothes a month ago for a potential drape project. ;)

  3. Very pretty! I don’t have enough “stuff” to make tables capes. I do love to make seasonal center pieces for dinning room table. I really enjoy looking at all of the tables scapes in blog land. Thnk you for sharing.

  4. I love this!!! It is stunning. Your pictures are gogeous too. You did such an amazing job. I like how you usedthe ornaments under the candles :)

  5. I love the sticks! And every other pretty thing in your arrangement. Have a great week.

  6. I’m not one for metallics, but WOW – that is gorgeous! I’d feel like royalty eating at that table! It’s so beautiful!!!!

  7. I love mixing silver and gold… such a great look for the holidays. Love it! Congrats!

  8. Lovely, Myra! Especially swooning over your use of the vintage tablecloth, mercury glass, and glittered sticks. :)
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  9. Oh my this is gorgeous! I love how you just whipped it up and how sweet to enjoy it with your family. How fun…I am looking forward to decortaing mine for thanksgiving! I had 2 napkins that I could only find 2 and never thought to match ‘em with different ones. So my hunt is one for 3 more napkins! Thanks for your ideas and inspiration!

    By His Grace,
    Adrienne
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  10. Your table scape is beautiful. It is so elegant! Good luck with the packing and moving.

  11. WOW!!!! STUNNING tablescape!!!! GORGEOUS!!!

  12. LOVE!!!
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  13. Beautiful, Myra! Love the quirky sticks! :)
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  14. A zillion things home? That sounds like your kind of site–and mine! I’ll have to check Wayfair out.

    You’ve created an absolutely beautiful tablescape. I know you must treasure that tablecloth; it’s so lovely. You did a really good job of mixing things here–old and new, rustic and glamorous. A really great combination!
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  15. This is so beautiful, I love it!

    Lilah @ Tilde Design Studio

  16. absolutely beautiful!!
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  17. I love your tablescape! Where did you find your square chargers? I’m a young mom and wife just getting the hang of running my own house, and I love the idea of having a tables cape for every season. I just need to figure out how to do it on a dime…
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  18. wow, your table is about a million times prettier than mine!! I absolutely love all the details and fun you put into your decorations ;)
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  19. I love how the metallics here are paired with an autumn feel instead of just winter.

  20. I am a huge fan of mixing metals, so I love this!! Your tablecloth is so elegant and the contrast of the rustic branches against all the neutrals is perfect. Glad you enjoyed an everyday meal here. :-) Sue

  21. I love your color scheme,It is perfect for this time of year! I love the use of the different textures as well! I have shared on my Pinterest!
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  22. You did a beautiful job and you’re so right…it’s great for all of the upcoming holidays. I love each detail and the table cloth is beautiful too.
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  23. Love the whole look. I’m searching for a new centerpiece for my holiday table. Something metallic would be perfect.

  24. I just love this! I would love for you to link up this up to our holiday tablescape party starting tomorrow! xo Kristin
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  25. Absolutely stunning! Very elegant yet cozy. I have a set of the metallic gourds & pumpkins. I look forward to decorating with them every fall.

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