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Winter Tablescape

Dining room - rustic dining room idea in Kansas City — Houzz

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marewalker7 wrote:
what did you use to look like snow around candles
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Michelle Edwards
That's right, it is artifical snow, but epsom salt could work too.
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Susan Ellis
It is definitely Epsom salt. I did this for Christmas and to looks awesome.
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lpowers2 wrote:
Hurricanes - Where did the huge hurricane vases come from?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Amy Renea added this to 7 Ways to Upcycle a Fallen Tree
If you want to go full-on rustic this season, use slices of wood as candle bases on a sanded plank table with a vivid plaid blanket for a tablecloth. Notice how the slices of trunk are different heights to add interest to the grouping.
Stacy Briscoe added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your Festive Holiday Tablescape
If you’re entertaining outdoors this year, let Mother Nature be your decor muse. Here, branches, berries and pine cones join a swath of burlap and a large flannel blanket, while large candles sit in artificial snow inside large hurricane glasses. Share: Have you brought a bit of the garden to your holiday table? Post your photos in the Comments.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

veldy added this to Christmas Decorating
Candles with Epsom salt around them
Holly Hyatt added this to rhhyattnc's ideas
Christmas table centerpiece idea
ggbuckley added this to Christmas
Fake snow in hurricanes plaid displayed with it

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