Using mixed metals for a pretty Christmas vignette is a great way to get a unique look for holiday decor.
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I love changing up the look of our foyer table each year. This year, I decided to shop my home for items to use.
Christmas Decor Using Mixed Metals
I’ve used this apothecary jar for Christmas decor in the past. Several years ago, it was done using red and silver. This year, I’ve filled with gold and rose gold baubles and sprigs of greenery.
It’s sitting on the lower shelf of the foyer table along with two matching candle holders in gold and silver. The small votive holder was a purchase from Dollar Tree last year.
For many years, I’ve collected Santa figures. I look forward to this gift every year from Dave and Gloria. This gold one is a recent addition to my collection.
I love this snowflake candle holder that I bought a few years ago. To dress it up a little, a small frosted wreath is used as the base and tucked a small battery operated light strand around the greenery.
My copper pitcher finds its way into seasonal decor throughout the year. For Christmas, it’s filled with frosted greenery and pinecones. These are from JoAnns Fabric and Craft, on sale plus a coupon a couple of years ago.
The combination of copper, gold, and rose gold gives the table top a festive look.
I always love reusing pieces that I have in my holiday decor bins and I especially love not spending more money to get a new look.
Using mixed metals for this Christmas vignette goes well with the tree that’s in the parlor. It has copper, rose gold, and blue ornaments.
It also complements the Dining Room Decor that is just across from the foyer table. I’m using lots of copper accents on the table and buffet.
Tips for Creating a Mixed Metals Christmas Vignette
- Shop your home for pieces you can use.
- Separate decor pieces you already own into the color of the metal.
- Think about symmetry and how each piece would look next to the others.
- Add in some greenery to break up the metal colors.
- Use battery operated lights and LED candles.
- Arrange and rearrange until you’re happy with the look
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Mixed Metals Christmas Vignette
Ways to Use Mixed Metals for Christmas Decor