By Renae Frey

A Beautiful Tartan Winter Tablescape

Hey Friends!

Thank you so much for stopping by. I’m so thankful that you are here.

I love a good plaid, but the red tartan is such a classic, so I chose the red tartan for my tablescape.

My granddaughter loves a tea party, and she loves to come over to my house and look through my dishes and set a table for a tea party. When she came recently, she saw my closet with all of my chargers and napkins and her little head was spinning. She wanted to help design a tablescape using my tartan plaid. Here is what we came up with.

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We used lots of trees to resemble a forest. I had a feather tree, a few gold painted wooden trees, some bottle brush trees and others. I put some of the trees in antique urns to add height and interest. Get trees here, here, here and here.

I found these vintage brass deer at my favorite antique store and just had to have them, they are so perfect for this tablescape. Get similar brass deer here, here and here.

The red tartan pattern is what makes the tablescape, it adds so much color, texture and softness. I used a tartan table runner, tartan chargers and tartan napkins. Get the tartan plaid table runner here. . Get the red plaid chargers here.

I just used my everday white plates, glassware and silverware. I usually use white plates because they go well with most everything. I get decorative salad plates to add on top of the dinner plates for some table settings.

I got this huge antler at a local antique shop, this is a shed-male deer shed their antlers each year-so no animals were injured to get this anlter. Get a faux antler here. I used many floral greenery picks, to add fullness and color, you can also use fresh greenery.

I hope that you enjoyed this post.

Hugs and blessings to you,

Renae

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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