Style & Substance


This weekly post is my web collection of 7 items within a stylish and contemporary theme.  This weeks Style & Substance theme is TABLETOP MUST HAVES.  The holiday season is upon us here in North America, and many other festivities aren’t far behind for many of us around the globe.  When you entertain this holiday season, do it colorfully and with style!  I don’t tend to use the typical colour combinations or symbols for each holiday, that way I can re-use my pieces again and again.  Here are my snazzy finds for your TABLETOP MUST HAVES.  Wonderful little tablescape pieces to make your table sparkle and shine!

All chosen to add Style to You, Your Life, and Your Home.  Make it Your Own, and You make it Your Home.



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Sparkling mercury glass star-shaped candle holders keep the glimmer glowing!
Orra Silver Star Tealight Holder – URBAN BARN


What fun would the holiday tablescape be without whimsical dashes of colour in your side plates?
Jingle Appetizer Plates – CRATE & BARREL


This dinner plate screams glamour.  And deco.  My favourite combo!
Dinner Plate – HUDSON’S BAY


I bought three of these to use as vases for delicious flower arrangements.  Oxblood vase, radiant orchid flower combo.  Trendy and glamorous!
Mercury Glass Hurricane Vase – CHAPTERS INDIGO


Wonderfully colourful, whimsical, and unexpected.  I love a cloth napkin for dining room dinners!
Set of 4 Cloth Napkins – ETSY


How fun are these?  Sparkly, with a nod to the cold, snowy days of winter, but not overly gestural.  Perfect!
Set of 4 Bouquet Napkin Rings – ZARA HOME


I love placecards, more for their decorative element than for their pragmatism.
Set of 12 Table by Numbers Placecard Holders – CB2

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