Monday, December 8, 2014

CELEBRATIONS: Red Velvet & White Tulle Table

Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (13)Inspiration strikes in the strangest ways sometimes. My table color scheme this year is inspired by this spool of deep red velvet ribbon.




Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (1)Last week I shared my white & gold hutch which I had intended to carry out on my table too. The gold chargers, white plates and gold “cheers” plates were perfect for my plan.


Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (3)I even bought a new tablecloth that has a little bit of gold shimmer in it.


Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (12)But this old wood spool of ribbon caught my eye at the store the other day. How could I resist. The color is gorgeous and so I absolutely had to incorporate it into my d├ęcor.


Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (2)I brought out my glass red berry beads and got to work.


Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (4)The beads match perfectly with the ribbon and between the two items would add enough color to my centerpiece.


Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (7)I used this beautiful piece of wood that I believe is Walnut as the base.


Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (11)White candles, swirls of white tulle and a touch of green miniature tree come together with the red ribbon and beads. A few white camellias were blooming in my garden so I added those to the mix.


Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (8)Vintage appetizer forks are ready to be used and I can’t wait to sit down and enjoy a holiday meal at this table.


Red Velvet & White Tulle Holiday Tablescape via homework - carolynshomework (13)
 
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1 comment :

  1. Oh, my, what a gorgeous table you've set - all because of that red velvet ribbon. And it doesn't hurt that your camellias are perfectly white and beautifully in bloom.

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