Hi Everyone! And welcome to the second edition of our monthly blog post on coffee table styling hosted by Janine of Happy Happy Nester
! If you are here from Crazy Chic Design
, welcome! If you are a regular reader, you might have read last month's post
on styling a Fall coffee table. For those of you who might have missed it, every month 15 bloggers will be sharing how to style a coffee table on the 15th of the month. Well this month, we have a new edition and I'm changing it up! I didn't want to do a full-on Christmas table just yet
, but I definitely felt done with all of my pumpkins! So what to do? I decided to try to bridge the gap between fall and Christmas decorating and do a table that looked slightly wintery, emphasizing some natural elements with a color scheme of green and white. A table that could last from now through Thanksgiving, but also one that would work for Christmas if you wanted it to.
I decided that pinecones is the new pumpkin! At least for me. I started with an antique French urn and filled it with pinecones and seeded eucalyptus.
I like the emphasis on green as I think it works for both holidays, so I added two preserved topiaries and elevated them on a stack of green books. I then added some little birds and a tiny green tray on top of the books for interest.
I have a silver bowl with deer heads on either end that I purchased last year at an antique store so I filled that with more tiny pinecones. This bowl just says "winter" to me!
After that I added a silver tray, put the deer bowl on top of that and added a vintage bee catcher bottle along with a mercury glass candle.
You might remember I gave some basic guidelines for styling a coffee table in last month's Fall coffee table
post. Basically, I talked about incorporating:
Something unique or interesting (preferably vintage)
Other options (candles, boxes, trays, etc)
For the complete details, you can read last month's post here
For this table, I used books in tones of green and grey, natural items are the pinecones and topiaries, unique and/or vintage items are the urn and bee catcher bottle, and the "other" items are the candle, tray and birds. Also, remember to vary the heights of the objects you're using as well.
Hopefully this gave you some inspiration on styling a coffee table in your own home! And if like me, you want to make it wintery without fully emphasizing Christmas yet, then you have some ideas as well. You could also incorporate pine tree sprigs or other greens, neutral ornaments like shiny balls, or even some bare little Christmas trees while still having it not scream Christmas. For me, that will be next month's table!
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I hope you will visit Oscar Bravo Home
next and then hop on over to the rest of the group's posts. All of these bloggers have great ideas, and if you do
want to do Christmas already, several are doing that as well!
Styling a Coffee Table November Blog Hop
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