This week I shared a charity event that I paired up with Annie Selke for & it was all centered around decorating our table for the holidays and giving back to those in need. It was so fun to combine two things that I love, giving back & decorating. I quickly shared it over on Instagram, but I thought I would also share this look here on the blog as well! Here is the look & you can see a list of the sources at the bottom of the post as well.
Some quick & easy steps to get this look:
2- I laid down some placemats I got from Annie Selke.
Placemats, a table runner, or a tablecloth add some cozy texture to your table. When you want to cozy up your table, add some fabric!
3-I added some more texture by bringing in some architectural details with wooden post bottoms to use as risers in the centerpiece. I love how these pop against the greenery & also raise up the items that are sitting on them for more visual interest.
4- Candles! Always candles. I gathered up a bunch of my brass candlesticks that add great texture with the metal, but then of course the actual candle, especially when lit, adds that perfect cozy glow. I also added some of my favorite battery candles in the bowls [HERE].
5-Finish off the tables cape with more interest. I added some marble bowls that are also from Annie Selke along with some napkins and more eucalyptus. Also, to add more interest to the space I carried the theme off the table onto the cabinet behind the table with the garland, some bells [HERE], art [HERE], and of course candlesticks.
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I loved this simple look so much and I think the thing I love the most about it is that it’s a tablescape that can carry you through all of winter. It’s simple, it’s cozy, & with a few decorative items & some items you probably have around the house you can create this cozy look to bring you through winter. I hope this look inspired you & thank you so much for stopping by the blog today & every single day! xx