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Seasonal Tablescapes

Winter Wonderland Tablescapes

Winter Wonderland Tablescapes

We don’t get much wintery wonderland in Florida, okay, we don’t get ANY wintery anything in Florida.  This does not mean that I don’t love setting a table that conjures up visions of icy branches and layers of crisp white snow.  White and silver dishes with silver flatware and white mums adorn a winter white tablescapeI went back through the archives and noticed that of the two winter wonderland tablescapes I have styled, I have used the same salad and appetizer plates.  Gray, white and silver dishes with silver flatware adorn a winter tablesetting

Different table, actually a different home, but those top two plates seem to stay the same.  The funny thing is, I styled a new table I will be sharing this month and pulled out the same two plates!  Do you ever find yourself doing that same thing when setting a table? Looking down on a white and silver winter tablescapeEven without the updated logo in the corners, I think it is clear to see which table is more recent.  My styling and my photography have improved over the years.  Stemware of silver and crystal with white flowers and white pearls set the scene for a winter tablescapeCrystal, silver and pearls seem like the perfect complement to a wintery look.  Crystal stemware glistens like ice does when the temperatures dip in the winter. Silver glitter swan wearing a white fur stole swimming on a lake of glistening snow in an ornate silver frameCenterpieces for these two tablescapes were vastly different.  This glittery swan with her stole of white fur swam in a nest of snow surrounded by an Ikea frame spray painted brilliant silver.  The frame was an easy way to keep all of that faux snow contained.  White branches with white pearls dripping from them as a winter centerpiece

A barren tree dripping with strings of pearls echoed the starkness of winter in climates where the frigid temperatures leave all vegetation sterile and naked.  Silver flatware on a white tablecloth Do you entertain in the wintertime?  I feel like winter is the best time to host a dinner party.  Gather friends together for enjoyable company and conversation over wonderful food.  To view more of these Winter Wonderland Tablescapes, check out these links:  Winter Wonderland Tablescape with Silver Swan  and Winter Wonderland Tablescapes with Pearls

Now, it is time for you to share your winter wonderland tables!  All of the links will be shared in my Tablescapes and Tablestyling Facebook group, AND pinned to my Tabletop Pinterest board!  

The party will be open until February 1st and I will be sharing my NEW winter tablescape with a creative craft to be incorporated into the centerpiece on January 14th!   

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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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

18 Comments

  1. So pretty! I love all the white and silver together! Thanks for hosting this link up. I shared my winter decorating ideas from last year which includes a tablescape with pine cones. Happy New Year to you, Chloe!
    Cheers!
    Shelley

    1. Thank you so much Shelley! I am glad you linked up! Pinecones with ice and snow on them are so wintry! Happy New Year to you, too!

    1. Thanks Michelle! Happy New Year to you! I am sure you have some winter tables to share!

  2. Chloe, I adore your glittery swan! I’ve been on the hunt for a big swan that isn’t too pricey for years. No luck yet! Maybe this is the year! Beautiful tablescape, my friend. I hope 2020 is off to a magnificent start! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  3. Happy New Year Chloe! Thanks so much for the link up and winter table fun ♥

  4. I love winter for the peace and quiet after the busy holidays. Thanks for inviting us in to share quiet moments at home through our winter tablescaping.

  5. I’m excited to have a non holiday, seasonal link up party! Winter up north is a great time to have friends over for hot chocolate and game night, fondue dinner in front of a fire, or post sledding or skate party. Thanks for hosting!

  6. So pretty and perfect for winter. After Christmas I like using neutrals too. Pinecones and ironstone. I’m the same, I feel nature is resting during winter.

    Cindy

    1. I am right there with you, Cindy! I think you summed it up, nature is resting (except here in Florida!). I look forward to seeing what you are up to over at Cloches and Lavender this year!

  7. Your tables are gorgeous Chloe! Those pearls are fabulous, and I can see why you use those pretty snowflake plates again and again! Thank you for the month long winter table link up, I am trying to keep snowy decor up until Valentine’s Day, sparkling white lights make things so cozy!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Jenna! I do have to find a little something different to mix up my winter tables, though, don’t you think? I look forward to seeing what you are up to over at The Painted Apron this year!!

  8. Chloe,
    Both of the tables are so beautiful. I look forward to joining the party. Hope your well.

    1. Thank you so much Cynthia! I am consulting my schedule to see if I can join the Mastermind group!

  9. Thanks for the ideas! Silver and white tables are my attempt at experiencing snow. If you design it, it will come. . . lol!

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