Putting together a winter white dining room tablescape is a great way to keep a festive look without all of the greens and reds of the holidays.
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After having tons of holiday decorations on display, I’m always ready for a less cluttered look once January arrives. Setting a simple winter white tablescape gives me the look I want.
Winter White Tablescape
Using items I have on hand and combining them in different ways is the best way to keep tablescapes budget friendly. I used white dishes (Dollar Tree) along with vintage glassware, and simple winter white napkins for each place setting.
I love using my Iris Herringbone glasses. This is my favorite pattern from Depression Era glassware. It was made by Jeannette Glass Company.
The double candle holders are part of the same pattern. Crisp white tapered candles look pretty in them.
The faux eucalyptus stems in a white pitcher add just a touch of color to the tablescape. I added a frosted pinecone mini wreath left over from Christmas decor, and placed the pitcher inside of the circle.
Shop Your Home for Winter White Table Decor
- Look through your dishes for any white plates, cups, and saucers
- Accessorize with pretty glassware
- Use a pitcher or jar instead of a vase for the centerpiece
- Add a small touch of color with greenery for the centerpiece
- Think of how to use items you have on hand in ways other than how you often use them. Bowls or trays can be used to accessorize the table.
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Tablescape Using Winter White Decor
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