Soooo…two posts in one day. I hope you don’t mind. I just wanted to share with you this super pretty red and black Christmas tablescape along with some other GORGEOUS tablescapes from my friends. As usual, a big thanks to Kristen for putting this hop together.
I know I’ve been in a bit of a pomegranate kick but I just think it’s such a great way to introduce Christmas into your home, specially earlier on in the season.
I simply nestled some pomegranates in this thrift store bowl with a little bit of eucalyptus and I think it looks sooo pretty. Here is a short video of how I made the centerpiece if you’re interested.
The ‘vases’ are just old bottles I spray painted with matte spray paint and grouped them on top of this pretty wreath.
The napkins and plates are from Pier 1 and I love how festive it looks. The black plate is stoneware .
I’m getting used to styling a round table. To be honest, I find it a little harder than styling a rectangular long table.
These textured glasses were also a thrift store find. You can see them HERE. That’s it for now, but check out these other incredible tablescapes from my friends. Sooo gorgeous right?
Thank you so much for stopping by today. See again tomorrow…xo
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Michael Wurm Jr. says
You are just killing it friend! This pomegranate red color (and the pomegranates) are a stunning and striking theme in your Christmas decor this year. LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!!
Stunning! Where did you find your wood chargers?
Lucy this is gorgeous… Love the black and red pops and the twinkly lights dancing around in the background! I think styling a round table is harder to do too, I still am not quite used to it, haha! Glad to hear I am not alone ;)… xo
This is so gorgeous Lucy! Thank you for the inspiration. I’m loving the elegant dark colors for styling.
run 3 says
Where did you find your wood chargers?
I love the black and red combination of elements. For me it signifies Christmas. The addition of gold colors makes everything stand out even more.
Julie Blanner says
Such a striking look! I love the use of pomegranates, perfect way to add a natural look and bright color.
Diane Ruebel says
The organic simplicity is perfection. Thank you for the inspiration.
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Beautiful. What is the greenery?
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