This dining room glows. Candlelight is reflected on the glass tabletop and light from a lamp illuminates the walls, creating a warm and welcoming space to host a dinner party.
The most striking element of this table setting is the satin tablecloth. It brings pure luxury to the table and most certainly fits the elegance of the room.
With a romantic view out the window, a simple setting is all that is needed.
Viewing this dining room one could almost be tempted to paint a room red, if only to be able to host in perfect style for the holidays. The Venetian mirror and chandelier come alive against the vibrant walls.
Using a color palette void of the traditional oranges, greens and reds of the season is becoming a popular choice. Here gold, ivory and blue are festive while not being limited to any specific holiday.
A simple table setting fits the angular lines of the architecture.
If you are fortunate to live in a temperate climate, how wonderful it would be to set a festive table outdoors.
Copper accents used in this table setting may have been inspired by the painting, and the result is restrained elegance.
A runner placed with folds down the length of the table, along with linens and golden napkin rings are understated gestures that complement the fabric lined walls. Sparkling glassware mirrors the beauty of the chandelier.
This long table with an interesting assortment of seating is set for a casual feast, with a cloth draped over one end of the table, and food and drinks arranged at the other. I am intrigued by the offbeat elegance of this space.
Is there anything more welcoming than a simple yet beautiful table set in a wonderfully traditional room full of character?
With a beautifully decorated tree standing in the corner of this dining room, it almost doesn't matter what is set on the table itself. However, the crystal and icy glass trees used as the centerpiece complete the scene. What a perfectly set table for Christmas day!