December 11, 2016
Hello everyone! We’re back with our 3rd week of the Holiday Table Blog Hop 2016 hosted by One-O. This week we have Holly of Club Crafted debuting her holiday table. Once again, it’s another beautiful setup!
I absolutely love the touches of blush and gold she used throughout her design. It certainly creates such a clean, yet eye catching, atmosphere for guests. Also, you might be thinking that you don’t have a dining room space to decorate. Holly shows you how to transform another room in your home (while on a budget) to achieve this look. She did an amazing job!
Here’s what Holly had to say about her holiday table design:
Hi there! I’m Holly from Club Crafted, and today I’m so excited that it’s my turn to share my holiday table décor for our Holiday Table Blog Hop collaboration hosted by One O!
I’m a little different in that I don’t actually have a formal dining room in my small California apartment. Instead, I transformed the “office” area of my living room into a holiday table with a non-traditional, minimalist design using pops of blush and gold to keep the room feeling bright and airy. Keeping the table design low-key made the room feel less cluttered, so even though it’s not a dining room, it still felt welcoming for guests.
I try to keep my projects very affordable, so all of the items featured here won’t break the bank! To bring in some holiday cheer, I tied string to mini ornaments and hung them from a flower arrangement I made with flowers from Trader Joes. The table cloth has a soft winter design, and the lit candles made the space feel cozy and welcoming, even for such a small space.
I hope you enjoyed my holiday table! Share your own holiday table with me on Instagram @clubcrafted!
Here’s how to get this look:
|| Blush plate, tablecloth and carafe: IKEA
|| Square plates, round gold patterned plates and glasses: Target
|| Vase: garage sale
|| Flowers: Trader Joes
|| Ornaments: Michaels
|| Candles: Dollar Store
|| Napkins: Amazon
Next week is our last week of the Holiday Table Blog Hop where One-O will be revealing their design. If you missed our previous two weeks, don’t worry, you can still check them out here:
Don’t forget to check back this time next week. Until then, let’s keep in touch!