Above, Peter Som sets a stunning table for Kim Seybert that’s perfect for the holidays…and beyond.

From the centerpiece to the place settings, a well-appointed table makes holiday gatherings feel extra special. This year, change up your usual holiday tabletop décor scheme with a new color scheme, a few different textures, or simply change key elements like chargers or glassware. If you need a little inspiration to get your creativity flowing for your next holiday brunch, dinner, or informal gathering, look no further than these stylish ideas from Instagram:


Blue & White





Casa de Perrin goes in an unexpected direction with blue and white – even the pumpkins coordinate with the palette. Each is a work of art by Todd Fiscus.

Rich Earth Tones







Megan Gray of Southern California floral design company Honey & Poppies enlivened a sophisticated palette of mauve, brown, and gold with greenery in the lovely centerpiece, also designed in conjunction with Casa de Perrin.

Black & Gray







California-based event designer Beijos Event Design + Styling chose black and gray elements that picked up the modern vibe in a bold backyard space.

Black & White








It’s all about texture in this tablescape by Peter Som, featured by Kim Seybert: The smooth white tablecloth, black and white linen napkins, black alligator chargers, gleaming silver utensils, and dimensional crystal glassware add up to a stunning scene.

White & Gray



White pumpkins add a seasonal touch to this refreshing tablescape by Fashionable Hostess. To keep the all-white palette from looking stark, she added gray plates and goblets, along with a silvery-green eucalyptus “runner”.





Light champagne table linens, metallic utensils, and candlesticks glimmer in the light in this tablescape by Yankee Magazine. The natural matte textures of the gourd-and-fruit centerpiece add sophisticated contrast.

Rustic Neutrals


Megan Gilger of the blog Fresh Exchange incorporated cozy textures to her Thanksgiving table. The simple shades of gray, charcoal, and white, along with the light wood tone of the candlesticks, also give the table a stylish Scandinavian vibe.



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