While most people decorate their homes
with the traditional reds and greens
of the holidays, I gravitate to silver and white.
Something about this color combination exudes elegance.
I tend to rarely use the reds and greens
in my holiday decor with the exception
of a pop here and there.
Because we celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah at our house,
I love the way the silver and white in the Christmas decor
compliments the blue hues of Hanukkah quite perfectly.
Here is our Holiday Dining Room all dressed up for Christmas Last year.
Sadly, the pictures of my Hanukkah table were accidentally erased when I was
transferring my photos during last year's holiday.
I hope you enjoy my Holiday Dining Room.
These muted silvers and shimmery metallics bring elegance to the dining table.
Small dashes of muted golds make their way subtly onto the color palette.
The gold chargers give the silver and silver rimmed plates a color contrast
without that "matchy, matchy" look.
A simple strand of matted silver berries tied around my Pottery Barn Hemstitch
napkins complete this simple place setting.
The dining chairs get a little "tied up" in a simple white organza ribbon
with silvery snowflakes for that winter wonderland feel.
A closer look of this adorable ribbon...
The creamy white table runner is banded with two thick shimmery silver strips
at either side. Waterford Crystal candlesticks from our wedding registry
in the midst chunkier candle holders, and clusters of muted silvers and soft gold holiday shimmer.
The dining room buffet is host to the dinner menu
which sits atop of one of my favorite French easels...
Various small vignettes are displayed on the dinning room buffet,
table runner, and side tables in my dining room adding a cohesive feel to the overall design.
Just a peek of my Holiday Dining Room Decor from last year.
Only a few more weeks and the dinning room will once again be transformed
into a winter wonderland once again.
Have a great week!