Winter can be a beauty of a season. I love the glisten of snow and breathing frosty air. I love how Jack Frost covers the windows with a spider web of tiny ice crystals and how still and peaceful the world sounds as the snow falls! My dining room table is a tribute to all the very best of winter. White and sparkle and snow. Transitioning from Christmas decor to winter was quite easy as I used some of the same elements! I am all about an easy transition! Let’s get out our dishes and pinecones and sparkly candlesticks and create a winter white centerpiece!
I’m beyond excited to be working with a fabulous group of bloggers today! We are all sharing ideas and inspiration for winter decorating! Make sure to check out their links at the bottom of this post!
The winter centerpiece marches down the length of the dining room table. I think repeated elements arranged down the length of the table makes a grand statement! Such an easy, quick winter centerpiece to create. I bet you can make one similar using things you have in your home too!
Triple stacked white cake plates holding pinecones grace the center of the dining room table. Pinecones are my go-to decoration this winter! It’s a stately start of a winter centerpiece!
A gathering of frosty topped pinecones are like “icing on the cake plate”!
Flanking the center cake plates are my very favorite mercury glass candlesticks. I used them at Christmas and could not part with them just yet! I love the glow of the candles on a cold winter night. And the mercury glass sparkles beautifully too!
Mercury glass is repeated in the mercury glass pots that hold two faux boxwood balls. There is a little ornate embellishing on the pots that make them so interesting! They sit on a couple white plates with decorative edges.
At the far ends of the table are two stacked cake plates with pinecones. Simple and pretty and perfectly unfussy for winter!
Make sure you visit the other great blogs below and see their winter decorating!