Christmas Table Decor that will be the Talk of the Party

December 14, 2017

Every host dreams of having a lavishly decorated house that their guests will talk about at every gathering in the future. What if I told you that there is a way to have the best table decor that won’t break the bank? The thing I loved about decorating trends in 2017 was an overall minimalistic theme. Effortless decor means there’s one less thing you have to worry about this holiday season! Here’s a tip: many of these items can be used interchangeably within the themes listed. Let’s get started!

Boho Chic:
If there’s one thing I’ve learned this year – greenery is in! After all, it is Pantone’s color of the year. Pair garland, real or faux, with white candles and you’re set! Add in glass vases and candle holders with dark plates and gold accents to add a true boho feel. You could even throw a faux fur blanket over a chair for an extra chic vibe. The best part? You can find glass candle holders and vases at Dollar Tree for $1 each!

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Winter Wonderland:
My favorite part of this look is the sophistication it gives a room without using a ton of décor. Of course, you can always add more to fit your taste, but it truly takes just a little to transform your table. Grab some white candles, glass vases, candle holders and mercury glass from your local Hobby Lobby, and you’re on your way to a white Christmas. Or, you can even craft these things yourself if you’re feeling up for some DIY!

This look is wonderful for all of you traditionalists. This woodland theme will bring flair to the classic holiday look. You cannot go wrong with buffalo plaid this season and you can find it just about anywhere, like your local Home Goods store. Pair a plaid table runner with greenery, mason jars, candles and maybe even deer figurines.

No matter what look you’re going for this holiday season, your guests are guaranteed to love it! These looks are so versatile you could use the same materials but switch up the look for years to come. Happy holidays!