Eric's mom graciously sends us beautiful glass Christmas ornaments every year, and because we don't have a tree, I'm never sure exactly what to do with them. This year, I decided to incorporate them into a fun tablescape using two of my favorite Chanukkah presents I received from Eric this year: these CB2 Chamber Vases.
The vases themselves are very cool, and I imagine we'll be using them quite often. They have two separate chambers- a small section and a large section- which makes them ultra versatile. They can be used to hold flowers, candles, snack foods...even beautiful Christmas ornaments and leftover gift bag filler.
The table runner is actually a scarf of Eric's that we ironed and draped over our coffee table, while the (lavender scented) candle was a Homegoods impulse buy. The beautiful bird themed candelabra was a gift from my mom that we found it at a thrift store!
I wanted to keep the display pretty neutral, but you can definitely make it more holiday specific.
Want to create a similar display of your own? Here's what you'll need:
- Vases of varying heights
- Ornaments or colorful objects to fill the vases
- Tissue paper or gift bag filler
- Fabric for the runner
- Any other pretty objects of different heights and colors that you'd like to incorporate (we actually used the ornament boxes)
It was so fun and easy, I'm hoping to change up the tablescape quite often- maybe even make it a monthly thing!