Here’s a great tip for decorating your table for the holidays. Whenever I’m making a centerpiece for a table, I look to see how the table is set up. For example, my table has four chairs and sits against a window. I’ve placed the centerpiece on the backside of the table so that everyone can see each other when they are seated at the table. There’s nothing worse than having to look over, too large, a centerpiece to see the person you’re trying to have a conversation with!
First, make sure there are contrasting heights to your centerpiece.
Second, you want to keep the color pallet the same throughout the centerpiece.
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I love to decorate the entrance to my home. Every holiday season gives me new ideas.