've started some holiday/winter decor in the dining room. By default, the large antique harvest table is the centerpiece of the room. It seats 10-12 guests and takes up most of the space. Since we are not hosting any holiday events this year, I'm using some large scale pieces to create a tablescape that won't need to be moved anytime soon.
A column base topped with an aqua and peacock feather tree (found at Goodwill!) are centered on the table.
Additional aqua accessories, nestled in a broken garden urn bring more color to the design.
This cloche-topped pedestal base features a dainty glass tree that I found last summer (another Goodwill find!)
Some silvery glass trees add shimmer and sheen to the winter forest.
The next step is to add some cheer to the chandelier!! Hint: It will likely be similar to last year's chandelier transformation!