Decorating Christmas Tables
"Christmas doesn't always have to be green and red," says designer Cindy Aplanalp. "You can extend your fall decorations into the winter by using gold as a holiday color." Cindy's holiday table setting brings in hints of Christmas hues, but allows natural tones of golden yellow and brown to shine through.
Share a meal with Santa or a snowman with Christmas table decorations the whole family will love. Visit a local At Home store to find all your holiday decor and accessories.
Make your Christmas table shine with these easy ideas for festive centerpieces. Whether your table decorations are rustic, traditional, minimal, or decorated to the nines, these Christmas centerpiece ideas will provide the inspiration you need to create a gorgeous tabletop for all your Christmas gatherings.
Nobody will forget about decorating the Christmas tree, the mantle and even the yard. Although it's easy to miss that the Christmas table should also be decorated. Of course, it will be full of delicious food but dining in style is always better. There are plenty of things to consider when it
Make your garden-themed Christmas decoration serve a cheerful purpose by filling the containers with Holiday herbs. Some common Christmas herbs you can grow are myrtle, chervil, borage, lemon thyme, tarragon, bay leaves, spearmint, lavender, oregano, basil, sage, and thyme. Add bright color by planting red amaryllis blooms and berries.
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