Gold & Silver Holiday Tablescape and Hutch
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Hello friends, this sadly… will be my last “Christmas” post for the year (pout face). As usual my favorite time of the year comes way to fast, and it truly happens in a blink. So that said let me get to today’s post! I am sharing how I spruced up my kitchen table and hutch. Below are pictures of my
Gold and Silver Holiday Tablescape and Hutch.
I have to make one point, that no matter what your space size is, you can decorate and entertain. My tablescape is for a gathering of “4.” I also wanted to mention that I realize a hutch may take up some extra space in a “smaller” space, but it also acts as very “useful space.” For example, its a space to store more dishes, cups, bowls, etc. In the drawers you can store other things such as scissors, tape, silverware, or other misc. items. and behind the cupboard doors can be anything from dish towels, dry cereal to even board games. I do have enough comfortable space for my table and hutch. However, I think if I lived in a smaller space, such as a condo or an apartment, that I would totally utilize my hutch. K- that’s all! wink.
So to create my “Holiday Space” I centered it around my kitchen table centerpiece.. I bought the wood box at a craft store and then painted it. I then filled it with candles, greenery, bulbs, pinecones, gold like twigs, rustic bells, and silver stars. Once my centerpiece was put together I created the rest of my look, sticking with the same color palette. I also found the darling “plastic” snowflake plates at Target on clearance for $1.69, I new they would complete my look, plus they were in gold and silver.. HELLO’ can we say perf.?
To see how I made my Styrofoam Glitter Trees you see on the top of my hutch, you can go here!
I sure love how it all came together, and I will be sad to take it all down in another week or two.
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