Holiday Tablescapes: Blush & Copper

This year’s holiday tablescape looks much different from years past! I took cues from the décor we already had and added in blush and copper accents that complement our style.

An ordinarily simple garland was transformed with by adding twinkle lights and pastel vintage ornaments which complements my late grandmother’s pink marble clock and candelabra set.

The small accents feel very personal, but blend with our everyday decor. 

For the trees this year, our girls made salt dough ornaments and painted them in bronze, copper and gold. The handmade ornaments are such a special touch and I hope to incorporate them for years to come.

I also recently added new copper chargers from the talented Beth from Coppermill Kitchen 

to this holiday tablescape! I love how Beth's work is influenced by European master chefs. Her online store is comprised of antique and new copperware. She also has an exclusive CMK reproduction line based on her best-selling antique pieces. Her amazing work can even be found at Anthropologie

These French-inspired medallion copper chargers are so gorgeous and complement our tablescape for the holidays perfectly! 

The blush candlesticks pair perfectly with the copper and add a bit of elegance to the space. Candles add instant cozy and a welcoming vibe to any space. 

I hope this gives you some ideas to try for the holiday season. This was my first year incorporating blush and copper and I love how it turned out. The copper chargers look beautiful with my Denby dinnerware and I know they will be used for many generations to come. 

As always, thank you for stopping by the blog! From our family to yours - we wish you a blessed holiday season!! 




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