Recently, I took you on a Christmas tour of my home where I used mostly red, black, and green in each room. Even though I had my table set with those colors on the tour, I realized I had even more red and black accessories. Why not pull them out and set the table again?!!…
A Festive Christmas Table with Red and Black…
I used the same cranberry-filled hurricane again since cranberries work so well this time of year.
A black and white toile tablecloth made a great background for all the red and green.
Yes, the sun finally came out this morning, although it didn’t warm things up much. It’s been quite chilly these past few days. I guess we can’t complain after the mild fall we have had…and it is December after all!
I used some of my houndstooth ribbon (the same as my foyer Christmas tree) to make “napkin rings” and then I just stuffed some fresh greens in the top. The houndstooth gives a bit of a masculine feel to offset the more feminine black and white toile.
Red ornaments…you can’t go wrong with a classic!
The vibrant red napkin stands out on the white plate.
Although, I love the idea of going neutral at Christmas, I just love color and always end up with red!
And I love using fresh greens with all the red!
Thanks for stopping by today! As you can see, Rosie was very interested in what I was doing and came over to investigate!
Be sure to stop by my Christmas House Tour to see where else I decorated with red and black this year!
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Sources for a Red and Black Christmas Table:
Rattan Chargers – Pier 1 but these Rattan Chargers look the same
White Dishes – Mikasa Italian Countryside
Wine Glasses – similar wine glasses
Flatware – Caesna flatware.
Merry Christmas Pillow – Pottery Barn.
Tiered plate stand on counter – I think I got mine at Homegoods but this plate stand looks similar
What colors are you decorating with this holiday season?
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