Looking for cozy winter decor and centerpiece ideas for the dining table you can use all season long? Wait until you see how easy it is to design a cozy winter table with a few simple items.
I never met a centerpiece I didn’t like.
Whether it’s live or faux, I’m all about decorating a table with a beautiful centerpiece.
For the longest time, I’ve been decorating my dining table with THIS centerpiece vessel.
And because I like to keep it on the dining table all season long, I swap out the decor to mirror the outdoor elements.
Since we moved, my favorite centerpiece container is too big beneath my gorgeous crystal chandelier.
So today, we are creating a whole new look using this hammered copper bowl with faux greens and other organic elements.
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Cozy Winter Supper Club
It’s my favorite time of the month!
A time when my virtual supper club gets together and shares amazing entertaining and delicious menu ideas.
For this month’s supper club, we are closing out the holiday season with some yummy winter dinner party food and beautiful table decor ideas.
Have you been following along?
We’ve had so much fun since we started our dinner group.
If you are not familiar with what a supper club is, CLICK HERE.
Dinner groups are a lot of fun and if you want to learn how to organize one, you’ll want to check out this post.
So far, the group and I have celebrated:
- Galentine’s Day Brunch
- St. Patrick’s Day
- Spring Brunch
- Cinco De Mayo
- 4th of July
- Picnic Date
- Tailgating Party
- Fall Harvest Dinner Party
- Thanksgiving Dinner Party
- Christmas Dinner Party
- New Year’s Eve
If you are coming from Jen’s from Midwest Life and Style welcome to our cozy winter dinner party!
How Do I Build a Winter Centerpiece?
There are lots of ways to design a winter centerpiece.
Here are a few ideas to get the juices flowing.
- Evergreen branches
- Pine cones and other branches
- Vintage decor stuffed with winter greens and florals
- Log candle holder with fresh or faux greens
- Mason jars with candles
- Faux or fresh cut flowers
- Table runners
What Decorations are Used in January?
Try using lots of evergreens, pinecones, and birch branches with your winter decor and centerpiece ideas for the dining table.
They are readily available in nature, can be purchased at your local nursery or bought as faux.
What Can I Use As a Table Centerpiece?
The ideas are endless for table centerpiece vessels.
Here are a few ideas:
- Vintage Crates
- Vases or Mason Jars
- Teapots or Teacups
- Dough Bowls
- Soup Tureens
- Vintage Toolbox
- Old Crocks
But I’ll tell you that I find many pieces for a song when I’m out bargain shopping.
HERE are 9 garden treasures you should ALWAYS buy at the thrift store, antique mall or flea market.
Cozy Winter Centerpiece Idea That Will Last All Season Long
For this centerpiece idea, I started with this gorgeous hammered gold bowl that my aunt and uncle gave to me for Christmas.
Isn’t it so pretty?
And it looks great in my new dining room.
Plus, it’s low enough to have under my crystal chandelier.
I then started with a few real touch Norfolk pine evergreen branches.
As a side note, these sell out really quickly so when they become available again – buy them!
These are great faux greens that look pretty authentic and don’t make a mess!
If you don’t have these types of branches, grab any ones you have, whether real or faux but choose different types of greens with different textures.
Keep in mind that live greens will need to be cared for.
After setting up my larger evergreen branches, I tucked in some medium-size faux evergreen sprigs to add a little more texture and dimension.
And then I tucked these cute juniper and berry sprigs in to vary the texture of greenery more.
I then added some faux white berries and these snow tipped pine cones for additional texture.
To add some cozy lighting, I tucked in this battery-operated candle in the center.
And that’s it for the centerpiece!
Looking for More Budget-Friendly Winter Centerpiece Ideas for the Dining Table?
If you choose one vessel and swap out a few decor items, you can create a whole new look for a fraction of the price.
CLICK HERE to see a few different winter centerpiece looks.
Cozy Winter Dinner Table Decor Ideas
Now that we’ve covered how to make the centerpiece, here’s how I decorated the table.
I wanted to play up the juniper berries from the centerpiece, so I accented this table with some blues.
So I started with this beautiful table runner that has a gorgeous blue ticking stripe.
Then added my centerpiece and candle holders with tapered candles for mood lighting.
If you wanted to use battery operated candles, I also have THESE and love them!
To create some cozy layers at each table setting, I started with a cedar branch placement.
If you don’t have these or can’t find one, you can substitute with a small boxwood wreath and just layer it in the place setting.
Next, I added a gorgeous wood charger and a gorgeous creamy melamine charger.
On top of the chargers, I layered both my Lenox dinner and salad plates.
Finally, I grouped the fork, knife, and spoon in these adorable cutlery pouches that I use almost all the time!
Next up in our cozy winter supper club are my good friends Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms.
Wait until you see how gorgeous their table looks!
Want More Great Centerpiece Ideas?
- How to Set a Cozy Fall Harvest Table
- Setting a Cozy Table for the Holidays
- Centerpiece Ideas for the Dining Table You Can Make in Minutes
- Centerpiece Ideas for Every Season
- Vintage Flower Centerpiece You Can Make in Minutes
Wait Until You See These Gorgeous Cozy Winter Centerpiece and Table Decor Ideas
I love a good dinner party, don’t you?
My friends have some creative cozy winter dinner table and centerpiece ideas, so be sure to check each one of them out by clicking on the blog name on the image!
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