Since my sideboard (or buffet) is directly behind my dining table, whenever I create a new tablescape, I usually try to come up with a similar look for both areas.
This is how I decorated the sideboard to coordinate with the Christmas tablescape in my previous post.
Bottle brush trees were used as placecard holders on the table.
For the sideboard, I placed a bottle brush tree and some faux snow (Epsom salt) inside a Dollar Store hurricane vase.
To add some of the same colours as on the table, I placed a white bird atop a red pillar candleholder.
A white pitcher filled with faux greenery and red berries coordinates with the wreath used in the centerpiece on the table.
Wreath/hurricane centerpiece from tablescape.
Although I used different but coordinated items on the sideboard, it has the same vibe as the table setting and provides a cohesive look for the dining room.
In the corner area, I placed a red berry wreath alongside two candle holders and a vase of branches.
The evening look...
...sparkles with candelight and the lights in the garland along the back of the display.
The larger tree is mirrored behind the smaller bottle brush tree.
If you'd like to see more details from the Merry Little Christmas tablescape, click here.
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