With the holidays behind us, depression begins to set in when the tree comes down, the decorations disappear, and the twinkling lights twinkle no more. January greets you with gym memberships, strict nutrition guides, and a list chocked full of overwhelming goals to pursue, forcing this inaugural month to dampen the spirits. This year is your chance to take a different approach, transitioning your home from holiday to a winter wonderland, allowing you to keep the spirit alive and your mood in check. Extend an invitation to your loved ones one more time, for an intimate dinner party to savor those last few moments of holiday decor that can easily gain new life in a different light. Mercury candleholders and centerpieces have another chance to sparkle, decadent dinnerware shines once again in the spotlight, champagne flows, and fresh flowers and warm textures inspire your guests, ensuring all spirits are lifted. Veiw the Sarah Catherine Norkum tablescape below!
Kim Siebert Snakeskin Placemats, Frosted Glass Tumblers: Neiman Marcus. White Dinner Plate and Hemisphere Gold Stripe Salad Plate: John Dabbs. Kim Siebert Napkin Rings: Elizabeth Bruns.
Kim Siebert Red Crocodile Placemat, Frosted Glass Tumblers: Neiman Marcus. William Yeoward White/Gold Charger: Elizabeth Bruns.
White Dinner Plate and Syracuse Rose Salad Plate: John Dabbs. Crystal Napkin Rings: Cotswold Marketplace.
Table, Linens, Ghost Chairs, Gold Flatware: Party Reflections
19th century Marble White Grapes: Sandy Luther
Mercury glass votives: Zena McDaniel
Capital Riser: Kathleen McMahan
Mercury Orbs: Plush Interiors
Lucite Wine Chiller Bucket: Swell Decor
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