Winter tablescape

Winter tablescape

I set the table aprés the Holidays with a winter vibe as we start off January with high hopes for this new year.  🤞🏼Yes, I am sticking to high hopes.

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Snowflakes and snowballs adorn the table and I used a mix of winter whites, grays and silvers throughout.  There’s a mix of everyday-ware with touches of fancy.

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The plate stack starts with thrifted silver trays as chargers {which I also used here and here} followed by our wedding china dinner plate, which is then followed by a Wonki Ware salad | accent plate and then followed with a silver bread plate which is topped with a gray check napkin adorned with a German glass glitter snowflake ornament.

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I love how these snowflakes have patina’d over the years.  You can read all the details here and here.  The color they have antiqued to is everything!

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The place settings are all arranged with a square, gray placemat which sit on top of a linen white tablecloth.

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Down the middle of the table there’s a gray silk runner to anchor the centerpiece.  The centerpiece has mercury glass pedestal bowls with faux snowballs and white milk glass compotes with white flowers.

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I love the winter white vibe the centerpiece setting gives off and of course I had to add some twinkle light magic with some mercury glass votives sprinkled throughout.

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I also used milk glass goblets, which I use often.  They are my go-to water goblets on many tables around here.  

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The flatware is a thrifted silver plate set I acquired during my consigning days and I never sold it off.  I love how it has tarnished through the years.

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One of the tricks I use to cover grower pots in my decor is to wrap them in sheet music.  I always have old sheet music I pick up while thrifting or at vintage stores, garage sales etc.  It’s so much prettier than a plastic pot. 😉

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I love pretty tables and setting the mood for the season or the occasion.

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“Winter is not a season, it’s a celebration.”

~Anamika Mishra~


  1. Your winter table is beautiful! I too have high hopes for the new year. Thank you for sharing again this week. #HomeMattersParty

  2. Thanks Donna and yes, lets stick to high hopes! Thanks for hosting as always. XO- MJ

  3. What a lovely, inspiring tablescape. It inspires warm feelings for me! Thank you for linking up and let’s hope for a better year.

  4. Naush Samama says:

    Maryjo, what an amazing tablescape !!
    Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Link Party.
    Have a wonderful week.

  5. Thank you Michelle. Yes! High hopes for sure. XO- MJ

  6. Thank you so much Naush. Love joining Meraki every week. XO- MJ

  7. Your winter table is so beautiful MaryJo! Thanks for the inspiration my friend. And for sharing at Charming Homes and Gardens.

  8. Thanks Kim. Anything to make long winter days a little bit warmer and fun! Thanks for stopping by. XO- MJ

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