Metallic Holiday Tablescape

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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!

holiday tablescape

We ate breakfast here yesterday. It was so fun!

holiday tablescape

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.

holiday tablescape

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!

holiday tablescape

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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holiday tablescape

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

holiday tablescape

I think everything is so elegant!

holiday tablescape

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.

holiday tablescape

More pretty stuff. 🙂

holiday tablescape

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!

holiday tablescape

Here you can see more tablecloth detail.

holiday tablescape

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. 🙂

holiday tablescape

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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  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. 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.

  3. 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 🙂

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

  5. 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!

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  6. 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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  7. 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

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