We like to get a little festive around here – especially around food. So we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite things to make your dining table shine, all in our favorite fabric: cotton.
Whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or just rejoicing being with loved ones, add some festive cheer with this holiday-inspired table décor.
Snowflake Table Runner, $5.99, TerrysVillage.com
This table runner reminds us of those great cut-out paper snowflakes we used to make as kids, and the classic white goes with everything.
Holly Botanical Napkins, $39.00 for a set of 4, Williams-Sonoma.com
We like the sophisticated take on holiday with these napkins; the botanical motif is fresh and modern.
Vintage mid-century cotton tablecloth, $27, Etsy.com
Red and green can often feel a little kitschy. This vintage tablecloth keeps the traditional colors, but the flower design feels seasonal without feeling overdone.
Chanukah Holiday Table Cloth, $14.99 – $29.99, BedBathandBeyond.com
Hanukkah has come to be associated with blue and white, in part because these two colors comprise the Israeli flag. Gold and silver are sometimes used as well; all will make for an elegant holiday table.
Midnight Lotus Napkins, $34.99, set of 6, SaffronMarigold.com
These napkins feature the traditional Hanukkah colors, in a subtle lotus pattern. They’re beautiful and appropriate for any occasion!
Hanukkah Napkins, $42, set of 6, PotteryBarn.com
We love the gorgeous silver thread in these Pottery Barn napkins – an elegant update.
Harrison Round Tablecloth, $59.99, RalphLauren.com
Celebrating Kwanzaa? Then use red, green, and black as your guiding colors. A deep green tablecloth like this one from Ralph Lauren provides a beautiful backdrop for the traditional kinara, or candleholder.
Synergy Napkins, $20, westelm.com
These red and white napkins will lighten up the table. To celebrate the “first fruits” from which Kwanzaa derives its name, use apples and oranges or other ripe fruits as place card holders. For more ideas like these, visit HGTV.com.
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