The dinner table has always been a place to gather with family and friends for good food and good conversation. So many memories are made at the table, so today we’re here to share 5 modern Christmas tablescapes that will make the scene all the more memorable. With neutral canvases and pops of colors both bright and muted throughout, these tablescape don’t disappoint and we can’t wait to hear which is your favorite! Check out 5 of our favorite looks below and get inspired for your upcoming Christmas gathering.
The color palette: red, gold, silver, & white
A snowy white and silver base paired with simple red and gold decorations and serveware make a beautiful combination. The ornaments, tree centerpieces, berries, and gifts are fun touches to ensure this table feels like Christmas.
The color palette: green, red, silver, & white
Put a twist on the traditional red and green Christmas palette by using those colors as accents and instead focusing on silver and white. A touch of gold also pairs with this palette beautifully. Wreaths and ornaments are a great way to add pops of color to an otherwise neutral table.
The color palette: brown, bronze, copper, green, & white
Host a rustic Christmas dinner with a table that focuses on natural pieces such as wood and pine. The addition of deer, garland, and pinecones are perfect for creating a Christmas vibe.
The color palette: brown, gold, copper, green, & red
Both stylish and gorgeous, switch up your Christmas table look this year by featuring wood and copper. A hint of holiday cheer like mistletoe patterned plates keeps the table looking festive.
The color palette: gray, silver, white, gold & copper
This tablescape is the most glamorous of all. Mix metallic serveware with a shiny gray tablecloth, metallic patterned napkins, frosted pine cones, and gleaming reindeer figurines to get this look.
Which modern holiday tablescape would you opt for? Do you like to keep it traditional, or tend to lean toward trends? We’d love to hear your thoughts, so please feel free to share in a comment below.