Celebrate the season with a bold holiday table – the fresh silver-and-sage color palette is sure to dazzle your dinner guests.
A mix of traditional and modern design details makes this dining room the perfect setting for a stylish holiday gathering. The large-scale floral wallpaper, limed oak table, caned-back chairs, and dramatic chandelier make for a vibrant yet comfortable look. A mix of china patterns at each placesetting keeps things casual, and a low and lush centerpiece brings the tableau to life.
Go for a light finish for the dining table, instead of a dark hole in the middle of the room. This round design comes with
a leaf to extend the table to a larger oval. The base of the table consists of graphic circles and stripes.
These Louis XVI-style side chairs have a charming antique look, which pairs nicely with more modern elements. Try upholstering
the seat in a colorful fabric to coordinate with the wallpaper or window treatments in your dining room.
Punch up the drama on the table with a bold black-and-white runner. A full tablecloth in a similar pattern might be too overpowering,
but a narrow runner is more restrained.
Juliska’s pewter stoneware chargers have the old world luster of real pewter, but the easy-care benefits of stoneware. They’re
oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher-safe, plus the octagonal shape is a fun departure from standard round chargers.
Avoid matching every piece in your placesetting, and mix up the hues and patterns. Drawing from the green in this room’s wallpaper,
these soft green glazed salad plates are a nice touch of color to the table.
Interior designer Kelly Wearstler’s black-and-white Confetti napkins have a sophisticated yet playful vibe. At 22”x22”, they’re
large enough to wrap up small party favors at each placesetting.
Facilitate great dinner conversation with a TableTopics game, a collection of cards containing questions for the table. Remove
a few cards from the cube and inscribe them with your guest’s names or monograms to arrange seating.
Set a dramatic tone for your dining room with bold printed wallpaper, like this large-scale floral. Try hanging above the
chair-rail, with solid white paint beneath, to temper the effect.