We don’t know what the Holidays will look like as things change by the day, but one thing is certain – the magic of setting a table! Whether it’s your first time hosting just the two of you at home, or you’re safely able to gather, it really makes the day feel special.
You don’t have to go crazy or literal Christmas to get that magic feeling, which is why I am sharing my simple, neutral holiday tablescape with you! Going this route also allows for pieces that can be used year-round. I picked up a dishware, glassware, linens & more from Wayfair and I am so impressed with the quality, on top of the looks! Shop each item pictured at the end of the post and comment below with your thoughts and/or questions!
This post is sponsored by Wayfair.They have anything you can think of when it comes to getting your home ready for the holidays!
Mix Textures & Layers
I chose a stoneware set of dishes for a modern, yet timeless look with the shape and colors. My set is the Chalk, but offered in 10 other colors! It comes with multiple plates and stemless glasses. Shop here. Layering dishes with a charger instantly elevates your setting with minimal effort.
I also grabbed these beautiful fringed edge linen napkins, available in 15 colors. Shop here.
I mixed in my go-to candle sticks for warmth and a subtle holiday nod, but also to add height. The layered runners keep the table simple while providing depth and texture.
Due to my small space, it’s important to make sure almost all pieces serve a functional purpose. I chose these beautiful pine & berry napkin rings to incorporate greenery without taking up space. Shop here.
Investing in occasion glassware will pay for itself in no time. I chose these glass goblets for serving water, to elevate our dining experience. It’s a plus that they are so beautiful! The gold detail ties everything together and gives all the holiday feels without being literal. Shop here.
Incorporate Natural Elements
The big trend is table garland, and while beautiful, it can get in the way or is best suited for a large table. You can still accomplish the feel with greenery stems/picks, or a bowl of mixed natural elements.