As the holidays fast approach and you’re hosting a holiday get-together, you want to make sure that your dining room looks perfect. Hosting a holiday dinner can be a lot more pressure than what it first seemed like when you volunteered. Not only does the food need to be top-notch, but the dining environment should also be dressed to impress.
If you're not sure where to start, but want to impress your holiday guests, here are a few tips to help inspire the perfect décor for your holiday dinner. Consider them as you’re decorating your home with the box of holiday items you’ve collected over the years and other mementos that warm your heart, such as best friend gifts.
One of the most noticeable trends in décor is to incorporate some natural elements that will make your holiday dinner feel less stuffy and more down to earth. A simple and quick way to add some natural features is to use pine tree branches as table arrangements mixed in with some flowers. You can also try your hand at making authentic wreathes using pine tree branches or any other plants that grow in your area.
Arrange a Nativity Set
A nativity set is a holiday classic, and you can place it anywhere in your home that you think would fit well. With so many different types of nativity sets available, you can pick and choose elements like backdrops and sculptural figures to match the aesthetic of your home décor. You can set it up on your dining room table as a centerpiece or you can place it on a countertop or table for your guests to look at and observe all night long.
Strategically Hang Ornaments
Beautiful, hand-carved ornaments make great gifts for grandma or decoration for the tree. They can also function as art for the dining room if you have the right kind and hang them strategically. In many cases, flat ornaments can hang cleanly on the wall, and if you have any sort of hanging light fixture like a chandelier, you can hang ornaments from that for some extra holiday flair above the table.
Create a Symphony of Colors
With the holidays you have many more color options than you might initially assume. While red is most likely the dominant color for your décor, you can also create a wonderfully festive theme using different shades of gold, white, green, and even orange. It really depends on how you want your dining room to come off. Do you want it to be elegant? Then consider decorating with gold and white. Classic? Red, green, and white might be optimal. Or would you welcome a more unique twist on holiday colors? In that case, experiment and maybe try out a reddish-orange shade or a color you haven’t considered before. Whatever the case may be, experiment and coordinate your colors accordingly for one cohesive aesthetic.
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