Great Room Tablescape

Just finished one of the tablescapes in the Great Room. I changed out the ribbon from last year to coordinate with the new ribbons I will be using. Instead of using my usual hurricane candle holder, I am using three pillar candles. My colors this year for the Great Room will be green, gold, and white, with a touch of red.

I added the faux crystal deer (Raz) and changed out the hurricane lamp to the trio of pillar candlesticks. The Waterford bowl is a constant on the table. It was a birthday gift from my brother 10 years ago and it is very special to me. I love that I can enjoy it everyday.

A closer look…

A closer view of the swag/ribbon. I used a pre-decorated swag (the ones with just the typical few ornaments)…I added more ornaments and adornments, ribbon, and turned it on its side and wrapped it around the candlesticks and bowl.

A view from the other side of the table..Stay tuned for more tablescapes in this room!

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  1. Linda Miller says

    Very pretty. I especially like the glass deer.

  2. That’s beautiful, Shirley. I love the swag between the pillar candles.

  3. I left my original career to open my decorating business, too. We have a lot in common. You definitely made the right move – you can see from these photos how talented you are!! Happy to be a new follower 🙂

    • Thanks Stacy…coming from you, it is a great compliment!!..Being that I just started this blog in September, you can see I have a long way to go!! Thanks again!..

  4. Don’t let Graham see that bowl :):):):)

    • Yes, as you can see, the infamous hurricane is missing!…When Graham comes over, I am going to rope off the table!..LOL!!

  5. Gorgeous! May I borrow it till Jan. 8th ???

  6. Just found your blog – came over from Between Naps on the Porch! Love, love your house – it’s beautiful. So much to see in your 2010 Christmas photos – wish you could archive them. Thanks for such stunning inspiration!

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