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Three Centerpieces For Your Holiday Dining Table

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Most of us have one dining table, one set of dishes, one set of flatware and one set of linens.
At the holidays we realize there is just one of us two, so if you are like me, you are strapped for time!

How about one look for your dining table, three ways? With a set of white dishes, white table linens, I suggest one great table centerpiece for three holidays.

 

 

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One Table Three Ways

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Start with a tray or platter
Add Sand
Non-scented candles

Thanksgiving: Around the centerpiece, along the length of the table, place small votive candles and,acorns, pumpkins and gourds, Indian corn

Christmas:keep the votive candles and the acorns, add cinammon sticks, small ornaments that add sparkle!

Hanukkah: Keep the votives, add blue/white ribbon, dreidels, and hanukkah coin shaped candy

New Year’s Eve: Keep the votives, add hershy’s chocolate kisses, clocks, silver confetti 2011!, silver ornaments

Tip: Before placing candle in votive, add a couple drops of water, the candle will slip right out.

If you need help with designing a room or your entire home, Tami Smight Interiors is here to help.  Please call today to discuss your project.  661 430-0127.

Tami Smight Interiors, a full-service interior design firm, has been gracing southern California homes with warm, accessible designs since 2004.

As a certified professional interior designer, Tami Smight shares expert design tips, tricks and trends in her column. Check out her articles in our SCV “Your Home Inside And Out” section.


Three Centerpieces For Your Holiday Dining Table

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