Design Time: Rose Gold, Gold, Magnolia, Protea

December 2, 2015


Holiday Design time! I don’t’ know about you, but red and green colors for holiday décor can be drape.

Lets spruce it a bit this year! We’ll incorporate rose gold, gold, sequins, rich greens, and whites to create

our holiday dinner table. Check out our inspiration tablesetting.

We started with just a few varieties of greenery and used these as our accents. We choose large broad

magnolia leaves, and painted them rose gold. Followed by fresh seeded eucalyptus enhanced with liquid

gold. Gathered these items and some additional seasonal cedar and Douglas fir, and placed them in

mercury gold honeycomb footed vase for added height. The centerpiece was finished with beautiful king

proteas’ with their dusty pink petals and ivory center.



Winter white modern chairs, crisp and clean tablecloth, finished with an off centered gold sequin table

runner. (provided by Connie Duglin Linens) The white background, allows the shimmer of the sequins

shine through and allow the votive candles to sparkle on and on! We re-purposed mercury votive

holders and use these as vessels to hold additional sprigs of greenery and berries. We went online and

printed “Merry Christmas” card to be placed on each napkin. We just love the decorating for the

holidays! Oh and bonus, these pieces can last up to two weeks!!