Table settings aren't just for parties and holidays. Any old day is an excuse to have something beautiful to eat on. I try to do it everyday: set the table for dining. It is not that hard or expensive to add flare and fun to this otherwise mundane chore.
If you think about it, New Year's Eve is the most glamorous holiday of the year. Why? Because... what other day is it acceptable to dress in head to toe sequins? Im sharing some tips to keep up this year with the easiest DIY decorations that'll set a festive tone for your night.
Who said you have to have expensive table top products or elaborate center pieces to have a beautiful New Year's tablescape? Here are some tips to having a festive and disposable tablescape for New Year's Eve!
Im sharing with you today my best 8 tips for an elegant and intimate Christmas table. This is my actual table this year... I'm using the same DIY ornament cluster center piece I made from my previous post!
Every December I change my table decor at least 3 times. This year is not exception, and in fact, I have been changing the table way more than any year, since we are all cooped up inside and spending all of our time home. A little extra cheer is welcomed and the family is loving it!
Today, I want to show you how you can style your tablescape using those ornaments as center pieces. These ornament clusters are so pretty you really don't need much else to achieve a stunning table setting. Im featuring this time the Rubrum Tablescape Kit since is so festive already!
Over the years the trend for oversized tree ornaments have skyrocketed. They look amazing! But what do you do with all the regular ornaments you have accumulated over the years? Some are too pretty to toss, some have sentimental value... Well, I have the PERFECT solution for you!
In my last blogpost I show you how to make the easiest ornament vase centre piece to decorate your table or any corner in your home. Today, I want to show you how I used them to decorate my table all week long, using the Victoria Tablescape Kit.
Making a quick centre piece is so easy and takes no time at all. Chances are you have some old ornaments you are no longer using to decorate your Christmas tree, and then you only need clear vases and Epson salts... thats it!
The key to a festive holiday table is a getting the right accents and statement pieces ahead of time, so you're ready to create a beautiful table is no time before all of your party guests arrive (or log in to the Zoom :P ). Im using the Nati Tablescape Kit as my base!
Dolling up your home is as easy as changing the table decorations season to season. As far as table runners go, think of them as a tool to visually bring your other table linens and the centerpiece together for a coordinated look. Table runners are rock stars!
Don't be afraid to experiment with non-conventional fall colours. I created this fall tablescape with a "wintery" feel to it, using the Victoria Tablecloth. Simple yet elegant and perfect to enjoy a warm bowl of soup!
This was SO. MUCH. FUN. to make. These Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Death) inspired pumpkins we not only easy, but very inexpensive decor to make for this upcoming Halloween/Dia de los Muertos holiday!
Is no secret that 2020 has brought a "new normal" in just about everything in our everyday lives. Check out this table inspired by the new LUTEOS tablecloth from my UpCycled line. Is such the perfect pattern for fall!