Winter tablescape

The table is set 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. This tablescape is the perfect setting to start of the new year with winter vibes.

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

winter table place setting details

Thrift silver trays ground the place settings as chargers, which I also used here {dazzingly bright New Year’s Eve tablescape} and here {a transitional tablescape}. The plate stack starts with a dinner plate from our wedding china, followed by a Wonki Ware accent salad plate, which is topped off with a silver bread plate. A gray and white buffalo check napkin adorned with a German glass glitter snowflake ornament crowns the plate stack.

I love how these snowflakes have patina’d over the years.  You can read all the details here {oh, Christmas trees} and here {glitter old fashioned Christmas light bulb ornament DIY}.  The color they have antiqued to is everything!

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

winter table centerpiece details

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.

I love the winter white vibe the centerpiece setting gives off. Of course I had to add some twinkle light magic with mercury glass votive candle holders sprinkled throughout.

more winter table details

I love the white milk g;ass goblets and are used frequently around here. The milk glass are reproduction and are my go to water goblets. They have great vintage vibes and are dishwasher safe.

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

One of the tricks I use to cover grower pots in my decor is to wrap them in sheet music.  Thrift stores and garage sales are great resources for old sheet music.  The sheet music is much prettier than than a plastic pot. 😉

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

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

Anamika Mishra

sharing @ between naps on the porch





  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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