Hi Everyone! We know it seems a little early but, Mary Ann, Annie and I are joining our talented friends, Celia (After Orange County), Kelly (the Polished Pebble), and Yvonne (Stone Gable) for some Christmas table inspiration. I recently participated in a fundraiser for a local charity so I am sharing how to rock a Bohemian Christmas Table from that event.
You could easily tailor this to Thanksgiving as well as the colors are a bit non-traditional. Let’s break down the elements that make this table rock.
Before creating the above I always start with an inspiration board (created on canva) with all the elements I am considering before diving in.
The event was outside in the Taylor Building Courtyard in Salinas. I hung my vintage house vent on the fence and layered a Target Cockscomb wreath (from a few years back) over it. I added foraged greens and pomegranates from my yard.
I covered a 48″ round table with a burlap table skirt and layered an ikat kantha quilt over the top. I covered the cushions on my chairs with my old fur pillows from Pottery Barn and added a couple of Ikat Dot pillows from Etsy.
I grabbed my Pier one twig chargers from the lake (shop below), my Anthro dishes. some old Ralph Lauren Zebra salad plates, and my own flatware. Wine and green napkins were tied with green rag ties and foraged greens.
I draped a Pottery Barn throw over the back of the chair. I hung a world market hanging basket over the back filled with foraged greens, pomegranates, and berries from my yard. I made the sign by taking a picture of the quilt and creating a canva image over it.
The centerpiece was constructed of button mums, celosia, foraged greens, twigs, hydrangeas, carnation bunches, and bells of ireland. The large moss balls I have had for years as well as the seed and green mercury balls. Electric candles left over from Jenna’s wedding. and mercury glass votives finished off the look.
There you have it my Bohemian Christmas Table. All of the above materials that are still available or similar are linked below in Shop Bohemian Christmas.
I can’t wait to see what our blogging buddies are sharing. Click on the links below for more inspiration.