Google "gold dipped wine glass" and you'll find tons of DIY projects out there, proving that this trend is still going strong. If you don't have time to do some yourself, or are afraid of inhaling metallic spray paint, you can always head to a store instead. These seven wine glasses each have a touch of gold and are a fun and festive way to celebrate the holiday season. Cheers!
Bamboo is usually used on a summer tabletop, but I love this combination of a fresh, green material with a rich, winter color. Not everyone has frigid weather during the winter, and this modern combo serves as a lighter option for holiday entertaining. Or, you may be hosting a more casual party: monochromatic reds and a lighter, sustainable bamboo play up the mood in a less formal setting. What do you think?
When it comes to setting your dining table sometimes simple is best. Keeping classics on hand ensure a clean, chic, timeless table, regardless of the season or holiday. Neutral colors and natural materials always look great solo, together, or mixed in with special occasion wares.
The new traditional table nods to classic designs that have withstood the test of time, but cleans them up a bit, or gives them a slight twist with an even slighter sense of humor. This is a mix of simple modernist pieces and time-honored vernacular favorites, made just a little bit new in subtle ways that will last for years to come:
One way to set a stunning holiday table is with accents of silver and gold. If you're looking to wow your guests this season, look no further than these glittering picks from one of our favorite sources for all things vintage, Etsy.
If there were ever a product that fit every style, it would be Champagne. It might have a reputation for being fancy and maybe a bit traditional, but even the most contemporary table has room for a bit of bubbly. If you're looking for something a little different to hold your sparkling wine this year, check out some of these up-to-date options.
My favorite time of the year is finally upon us. Now that we're past Halloween it's time to start planning for parties. And what's a party without a well stocked bar? Whether you have space for a rolling bar coat or you set up your drink supplies on your kitchen counter top, there are some basics that will make your party easier and more enjoyable. From ice buckets to corkscrews, I've rounded up some of our barware shopping guides to help you get stocked in style...
Combining black and white brings graphic contrast to your tabletop, and you can warm it up and add shine by incorporating green, wood and brass accents. To complete the look, create simple, affordable arrangements with ferns, some wild types of which can stay green even into the winter.
Let's say you're a modernist, but love the traditional warm, earthy colors of Thanksgiving. There's no reason we can't modernize the holiday while holding on to the neutral, warm tones of the season. If you're like me, and love a monochromatic table, try these clean neutrals on for size.