Every year it seems like I am left scratching my head trying to figure out the perfect Christmas centerpiece for my dining table, coffee tables, sofa table…any table really. But I believe I may have found something unique, simple and beautiful with this DIY Christmas centerpiece.
It all started with an old lampshade…yes you read that correctly, A lamp shade.
It was old.
But I changed all that just by simply stripping it down with a box cutting knife and styling it with a few beautiful items from Roost and Restore Home.
This is what the shade looked like after I stripped it. I loved the shape, which is what drew me to it in the first place.
Next up, came the styling. First I gave this DIY Christmas centerpiece some added height, simply by placing it on a tray in the center of the table.
Then, I added some simple garland circled around the base of the shade and tray and a few pillar candles.
I added some antlers for styling and mingling in with the garland. I love how un expected these pieces are yet look at how lovely they come together to great a rustic, glam type look for this table.
I paired this DIY Christmas centerpiece with rattan placemats, handmade pottery and vintage crystal pieces for a completely unique and beautiful look this Christmas!
These old glass decanters get me every time. Something about the etching and design in the glass give them a classy Christmas‑y vibe.
How about these antlers? Would you use antler as part of your tablescape?