30 Holly Jolly Christmas Table Decorations

Have a cup of cheer.

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If you're planning a holiday feast, the table needs to be as on point as the menu. Once you've got your holiday centerpiece figured out, it's down to the plates, linens, and decor. We've got inspiration for days, so you're guaranteed to find options for this year (and probably next year, too).

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Ngoc Minh Ngo
Layer, Layer, Layer

Decorate using objects of different height. Start by hanging oversized snowflakes, and building up the table with tall candlesticks. For the mantel, hang a garland made with olive branches.

Glass Candlesticks, $65, amazon.com

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The Holly & The Ivy

Attach holly leaves to napkin rings. Add a garland as a runner and you've got a festive, nature-inspired table.

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Holly Leaves, $6, amazon.com

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Bringing Sexy Back

What's sexier than black, white, and gold? That'd be nothing.

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Gold Mini Trees, $40, amazon.com

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Festive Flowers

Don't underestimate the power of fresh flowers. Choose green and white for a simple, neutral table, but if you want something more bold, add in reds.

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Green Glasses, $20, amazon.com

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Live DIY Ideas
Brown Bag It

Switch up Christmas grab bags for something a bit more glam. Brush brown paper gift bags with white paint, creating a snowy scene. Stuff with pine and branches before finishing with a wrap of charm-adorned twine.

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Brown Paper Bags, $5, amazon.com

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Stand Up

Fill a three-tiered cake stand with winter fruits, like pears and pomegranates, and use as a centerpiece.

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3-Tiered Tray, $45, amazon.com

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Baby It's Cold Outside

If you're dining outside, place plaid blankets at your table. It'll add color, texture, and keep everyone warm.

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Plaid Blanket, $30, amazon.com

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Rustic & Romantic

We're suckers for a candlelit glow.

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Garland, $20, amazon.com

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Joe Schmelzer
Color Play

Opt for non-traditional colors. Instead of the typical red-and-green palette, mix metals with retro elements, like the pair of little gold votive lamps.

Napkins, $28, barneys.com

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Winter Wonderland

Three words: all white everything.

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Snowflake Tablecloth, $15, amazon.com

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Paul Raeside
Bold & Beautiful

Mismatched glasses and plates personalize a classic space. Add unexpected colors to a formal dining room with small potted plants (real or fake) and multicolored glassware.

Multicolored Glassware, $30, amazon.com

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City Farmhouse
Cozy Vibes

Drape a vintage blanket over a white table to add color and creativity with basically zero work involved.

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Plaid Throw, $30, wayfair.com

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A Blog Named Scout
Feelin' Blue

Red and green are cool, but how about blue? This bold blue hue paired with white cotton balls gives a modern vibe to a traditional table.

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Blue Tablecloth, $12, wayfair.com

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The White Buffalo Styling Co.
Go Gingham

The classic white-and-black checkered pattern looks totally rustic when paired with wooden chargers.

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Wood Slices, $18, etsy.com

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View From the Fridge
Pump Up The Beat

Turn your favorite Christmas song into a table runner!

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Black Paper Roll, $28, amazon.com

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Annabode + Co.
Minimalist, But Not Boring

Green pine branches are the minimalist way to make a black and white table look festive.

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Striped Runner, $46, wayfair.com

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Ciera Design
Think Beyond The Tree

Don't limit your ornaments to the tree — scatter them on the table for an easy color boost.

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Glitter Ornaments, $11, amazon.com

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Take Six
Mad For Plaid

Take a hint from your plaid table runner and carry red hues throughout the rest of the tablescape — plates and ribbon accents included.

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Plaid Table Runner, $21, wayfair.com

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The Lily Pad Cottage
Season's Greetings

These DIY chalkboard tags are the cutest addition to your Christmas table.

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Red & White String, $8, amazon.com

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Julie Blanner
Classic Red & Green

Faux or fresh pomegranates add contrast to greens.

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Pomegranates, $14, amazon.com

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On Sutton Place
Fun Size

Small bright wreaths are an unexpected, but totally fun, place setting.

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Mini Wreath, $22, etsy.com

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The Sweet Escape
Tiny Trees

Recreate a shimmery forest with miniature evergreens and carefully carved logs.

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Bottle Brush Trees, $15, amazon.com

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Con Le Ballerine Verdi
Not Your Average Paper Bag

Brown bagging it has never looked so chic.

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Brown Paper Bags, $5, amazon.com

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Inspired by This
Go For The Gold

Want an elegant table that's also fun and modern? Try white and gold everything.

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Gold Placemats, $16, amazon.com

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Tara Dennis
Tabletop Trees

You'll never believe these tiny trees are made out of magazine pages.

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White Glitter Spray Paint, $7, amazon.com

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Yellow Bliss Road
Berry Awesome

Cranberries and fresh cut juniper look stunning tucked inside a set of mason jars —especially when they're illuminated with candlelight.

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Cranberries, $19, amazon.com

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A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Color Crazy

Permission to break up with red and green this year.

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Pine Garland, $60, amazon.com

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Renee Brock Photography
Gorg Green & Gold

Gold-accented wine glasses are seriously elegant against a row of greens.

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Gold Paint, $7, amazon.com

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Finding Home Farms
Take Notes

Create a list of things you're thankful for, or jot down the lyrics to a favorite Christmas song on a DIY chalkboard table runner.

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Black Paper, $28, amazon.com

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Classy Clutter
Holiday Cheer

Engrave dishes with holiday messages to add a personal touch to your table.

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Tartan Placemats, $23, wayfair.com

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