Traditional Elegance - Christmas in the Dining Room - Southernliving. Create a Christmas wonderland with elegant white china, napkins, and a centerpiece of greenery and white roses flanked by glowing white pillar candles. As for the tree, take your cues from the tablescape, and channel understated elegance by weaving a bronze ribbon through the branches. This elevated style is classic and always a Christmas crowd pleaser.

Traditional Elegance - Christmas in the Dining Room - Southernliving. Create a Christmas wonderland with elegant white china, napkins, and a centerpiece of greenery and white roses flanked by glowing white pillar candles. As for the tree, take your cues from the tablescape, and channel understated elegance by weaving a bronze ribbon through the branches. This elevated style is classic and always a Christmas crowd pleaser.

Choose fresh colors. Pinks, coppers, and blues may not seem like a typical holiday color scheme, but they look gorgeous with twinkling lights and neutral furniture.

Choose fresh colors. Pinks, coppers, and blues may not seem like a typical holiday color scheme, but they look gorgeous with twinkling lights and neutral furniture.

Custom made...one of a kind original. Only one like it!!! 24 inches by 24 inches. Excellent workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed!!    Original

Custom made...one of a kind original. Only one like it!!! 24 inches by 24 inches. Excellent workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed!! Original

Love, love, love this shape.. SO tired of trees that have been shaped into perfect triangles!! Winter Wonderland | SouthernLiving.com

Love, love, love this shape.. SO tired of trees that have been shaped into perfect triangles!! Winter Wonderland | SouthernLiving.com

Miracle on Seventh Street: Mixology and hospitality company Drink Company president Derek Brown and C.E.O. Angie Fetherston turned three bars on Washington's Seventh Street—Eat the Rich, Southern Efficiency, and Mockingbird Hill—into pop culture-theme winter wonderlands for the holiday season. Eat the Rich features a tribute to the Netflix series Stranger Things with faded wallpaper, graffiti of the alphabet, and retro Christmas lights.

Miracle on Seventh Street: Mixology and hospitality company Drink Company president Derek Brown and C.E.O. Angie Fetherston turned three bars on Washington's Seventh Street—Eat the Rich, Southern Efficiency, and Mockingbird Hill—into pop culture-theme winter wonderlands for the holiday season. Eat the Rich features a tribute to the Netflix series Stranger Things with faded wallpaper, graffiti of the alphabet, and retro Christmas lights.

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