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Holiday Table Decor Themes: What’s Trending on Your Table

Woodland creatures, Toile, and gold, oh my! What are the hottest holiday themes this year in tablescapes? Our friends at Dietz and Watson whipped up 5 simple and elegant ways to dress up your holiday table this season. Check out the video, then check out five of the hottest tablescape trends hitting a table near you this holiday, below.

White and Gold


White and gold are a timeless combination.  Adding a pop of color is what will send your table to the next level this season.  We love this addition of vintage pink to the mix.  Subtle uses of any color will add elegance and sophistication.



Long gone is the view that plaid is for country themed tables.  Use this time-honored pattern, but in a chic approach this year by incorporating a more refined plan.  Use black accents and ample amounts of clear glass and white candles.  Bringing in fresh pine and berries rounds out this charming table.



Bringing in a hint of the sea lends a tranquil element to your holiday this year.  Using natural accents such as rattan chargers and textured burlap adds a wonderful finish to this seaside grouping.  Using silver or gold accessories compliments this table well.

White Woodland


Large white forest animals bring drama and whimsy to this table.  Add natural materials from the outdoors such as pinecones and acorns along with fresh greenery and herbs.  Place a few tall tapers throughout this tablescape to compliment the height of the woodland creatures.

Modern Rustic


English Toile plates add a bit of country charm to this modern twist on a rustic setting.  The elegance of the topiaries and the simplicity of the napkin adornments create an inviting farmhouse aesthetic.  Tie it all in using crimson and wheat colored accents. 
Photos – White and Gold: Citrus and Orange  |  Plaid: Sweet Something Design  |  Coastal: Miss Mustard Seed  |   White Woodland: Lantliv  |  Modern Rustic: Everyday Occasions

These ideas were sponsored by Dietz and Watson

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