Silver & Reindeer Christmas Table

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The kitchen is the center of my open floor plan home. So this year I wanted to make sure that I decorated the kitchen table! All I needed were just a few items to give the table a fun and festive look.
In the center of the table is a "Joy" battery-operated marquee sign. I love how this sign brings both glitter and Christmas lights to my home's kitchen! The sign sits on a burlap table runner that has embroidered Christmas trees and pom-pom trim on both ends. I scattered some inexpensive blue snowflake ornaments across the table runner.
The reindeer on my kitchen's Christmas table were initially a bronze color. I spray painted them in a glittery silver to give them a modern look. I love the sparkle on the reindeer now!
I added cloth polka dot napkins to my table for a festive look. I used inexpensive bangle bracelets (to which I added holiday charms) as napkin rings. The napkin rings will make good gifts for my Christmas guests, as well!
I also added a pretty white lantern on either end of the table. My kitchen table often gets ignored when it comes to decorating for the Christmas holidays. I'm glad that I took some time out to decorate the kitchen table this year!
Here's wishing everyone a wonderful and happy Christmas/holiday season!
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Bowing and Standing Reindeer
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  • Joanie Joanie on Dec 21, 2017
    Love your is OUTSTANDING!!! Remove the candles, they aren't needed..that JOY, lanterns and deer WILL take center stage!!!

  • Joanie Joanie on Dec 21, 2017
    Lauren: Nothin' insultin' about the candles, but sometimes we over crowd the beauty we have.......Merry Christmas!!!