Last Minute Holiday Table Decorations

Running out of Time? Feeling the stress of pulling together a holiday table? No need to worry, here are a few quick ideas to instantly transform a table into Holiday Joy!
Ballard Design's Snowflake Chandelier Shade is perfect. The quickest way to change the look of a room is to switch out shades on a lamp or chandelier. The snowflake above is on sale for under $10 and would be perfect to use throughout the winter! Or these Argyle Tole Shades, a bit more at almost $20 but still a great quick addition to any holiday decor! Sweet!

Let's be honest, we all know there are naughty and nice people around the holiday table. Why not hop over to Delight and purchase a few of these name tag tiles, they even have a small bud vase attached to the back! Love it!

P.O.S.H. is a really fun and unique store in Chicago. You never know what you will discover in there as many items are flea market finds. The buyers have a great eye!
I am loving these retro napkins, how perfect would they be to dress up the table?

I saw these Crate and Barrel Copper Reindeers at the start of the season and just fell in love, I am not sure what it is about them but they are just adorable. It could be that they are just so simple and the antique copper finish just adds enough shine to make it feel even more festive. Now that they are on sale, I might just have to scoop them up. They would look so sweet on my dining table, mix in some greens and berries and I will be all set!

If time is really of the essence open the cabinets and pull out all of your clear vases. As seen above, filling them with left over ornaments can be quick and festive. The middle picture shows peppermint candies filling a tall vase. There is a small bud vase in the middle to keep the flowers in water than just surround with candy canes or whatever you have on hand!! No Stress!

If you completely run out of time a doormat like this one to greet guests is festive and they will feel the holiday spirit as soon as they step up to the door!!
Hope these tips have helped!

(images from Crate and Barrel, Pottery Barn, Ballard Design, Delight, BHG, Home Ideas)

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