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A Cozy Winter Tablescape

A Cozy Winter Tablescape

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If you are coming from Calypso in the Country, doesn’t Shelley show you the perfect ways to transfer your home decor from Christmas to Winter?  

I am so happy today to be joining a wonderful group of bloggers organized by Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home.  We will all be sharing our own Cozy Winter Homes.  I am sharing a winter tablescape today, but you can tour all the cozy winter homes by clicking on the links you will find at the bottom of this post.  

On Thursday I will be sharing how I made these glowing snowballs that I made to add warm glow to my winter table.

I often style a winter table with just silver and white, but this year I decided to add touches of blue.  Faux boxwood placemats from Pier One Imports were used beneath the blue chargers. 

The tablecloth I selected for this wintery table is a white quilt.  It adds to the cozy feeling I was going for. 

Ice blue chargers from Z Gallerie suggests the ice forming on lakes and ponds this time of year.  You can find these on occasion at Amazon.  Some manufacturers have begun making these in plastic which makes them much more affordable.  
 

Evergreens that can be trimmed from your yard were used to build up the centerpiece with the snowballs tucked in amongst them.

 

Midnight blue napkins are tucked beneath silver salad plates which are topped with snowflake adorned appetizer plates we will set aside to use as bread plates.  
How gorgeous is this stemware?  I cannot take any credit for these lovely glasses.  My husband had these when we got married.  I have not used them often, as I am so very careful about their very delicate nature.  These are Bohemian crystal with the prettiest pattern.  The glow from the snowballs looks lovely through the glassware.  

Next up is Paula from Virginia Sweet Pea, showing off her Winter Decorating!  

Please settle in, get cozy and enjoy this lovely tour of Cozy Winter Homes!

Follow The Yellow Brick Home

A Stroll Thru Life

Common Ground

Our Southern Home

County Road 407

Calypso in the Country

Celebrate and Decorate

Virginia Sweet Pea

My Thrift Store Addiction

The Crowned Goat

First Day of Home

White Arrows Home

Bluesky at Home

Thistle Key Lane

The Tattered Pew

Belle Bleu Interiors

Le Cultivateur

Cloches and Lavender

Lora Bloomquist

Debbee’s Buzz

Decorate and More with Tip

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson

Welch House 1900

 Let’s Add Sprinkles

 

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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

34 Comments

  1. Your table is gorgeous, Chloe! I love your centerpiece and am looking forward to seeing how you made your glowing snowballs when you share that post later this week. Your stemware is so pretty, modern can’t beat the beauty of vintage.

  2. Beautiful Chloe! Those glasses, swoon! And your glow balls, I can’t wait to find out how you made those! Great centerpiece, love it all!

  3. What a beautiful tablescape, Chloe! I love how you added in the blue and those snow balls are awesome! They make the perfect centerpiece for winter with all the greenery. Your pretty crystal has a snowflake look to them as well! Great hopping with you!
    Shelley

  4. Your table is gorgeous. I love the crystal. Stunning. I can’t wait to find out about those snowballs.

  5. Absolutley gorgeous. Your lighted centerpiece is stunning. Beautiful tablesetting.

  6. Every time I see your beautiful tablescapes Chloe it makes me want to invite all my friends and family over for a dinner party! I love the way your place settings feel like the perfect winter time get together and how you’ve created the snow balls too. They’re fabulous! Hugs, CoCo

    1. Thank you so much CoCo, I am looking forward to finding some time when my husband isn’t travelling to have friends in for a dinner party!

  7. Chloe,

    You always set a beautiful table. I want to come for coffee and chat. Your dishes are beautiful. Love the shades of blue and white.

    Gave a great day!

    Cindy

    1. Thank you so much Cindy, I don’t know when I fell in love with dishes, and etiquette and entertaining, but I do love it! Where are you in New Jersey? I get to NYC often to visit my son! Maybe will will have that coffee and chat someday!

      1. I live in Northern NJ. My husband would take me and stop at his offic.

        I can’t drive anymore with my MS.
        I use a walker e

  8. Elegant tablescape! The blue, the plates, the glowing snowballs – it’s all very lovely. And I love how you’ve used the white quilt. Using quilts for tablescapes gives a cozy effect that I love.

    1. Thank you so much Angie! I love using throws or other fabric for tablecloths, for this table, that quilt really gives the wintery and cozy feeling.

  9. That is one gorgeous and wintry tablescape. How fun it would be to sit there and have dinner with y’all. Love the deep blues you chose. It makes it feel cozy inside when it’s probably warm outside. 😉

    1. Thank you so much Cindy! Yes, it is still plenty warm outside. I actually look forward to my Valentine’s table on the front porch!

  10. Hi Chloe, this is such a magical icy tablescape! Love the mercury glass salad plates and those wonderful pieces of stemware. Icy glowing snowballs… oh I love them!

    1. Thank you so much Debra! Everyone wanted a DIY on them, so I am sharing it on Thursday!

  11. Oh Chloe, another inviting and special winter table at your house! I love the way you added blue, which goes so well with the white, silver and snowy scene. Can’t wait to see how you made the glowing snowballs. They really make for a wonderful winter centerpiece.

  12. I love the lighted orbs, Chloe and your snowflake plates are charming! Happy to be joining you on the tour. Stay cozy! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  13. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Chloe, you always set a gorgeous table and this is no exception! I love all of the blue touches, and that centerpiece is stunning! It is just the perfect thing for a winter tablescape!

  14. Oooh, I can’t wait to see the tutorial on those glowing snow globes, Chloe! They are so unique. I love a good tablescape, and I don’t know that I’ve ever done one just for winter. You’re giving me plenty of inspiration with the touches of blue. How nice to have evergreens ready for the picking, too! I enjoyed hopping with you again!

  15. Gorgeous tablescape Chloe and your centerpiece is breathtaking! I can’t wait to see how to make the glowing orbs or snowballs. Of course I love all the fresh greenery this time of year too. Pinning for inspiration!

  16. Chloe you have created such a special and unique winter tablescape! I love the use of free and fresh greenery clippings from your yard for the centerpiece and those DIY glowing snowballs are just terrific! I think your blue white and crystal touches are so reminiscent of a icy lake on a sunny winter day with blue skies. The stemware is lovely too!

    Thank you so much for joining the winter tours!

  17. Chloe your Winter tablescape is so pretty! I am loving the boxwood chargers and of course your centerpiece! I am excited to see your tutorial on the glowing snowballs! So fun!

  18. Miss Daisy says:

    I’m going to send you my address so you can mail the tablescape to me – love it. True Charlestown Elegance. Love All things winter.

  19. This is so perfect for winter! Love the blue chargers and those glowing snowballs!

  20. such an elegant table. Love all the elements you placed on it. The place setting is my favorite, although I love everything! Such an inspirational table.

  21. You captured the cozy feeling beautifully. I love that quilt and the plate stack is lovely.

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