Happy Friday! Before we officially take a break for the holidays, here's one last New Year's Eve idea for you to ring in 2020 with glitter and glam…
Julia, our Creative Content Director, came across this glitzy fabric and had the idea to turn it into a table cloth for NYE. So, with this fabric as the inspiration, she and Jess created a gorgeous sparkly table fit for any NYE celebration.
Since the table cloth is really the show-stopper, the rest of the table can be accented with clear glass, brass details, and solid velvet chairs. It's so pretty when it catches the light and brings a really fun element to the space so simply! You could use this for either a single table or buffet table area. For an extra flair of sparkle, we clustered disco balls together for a very NYE centerpiece.
There are a lot of creative things you can make with fabric, and we couldn't resist turning this ruffle one into a wall hanging! To make it, we glued one side of the fabric to a long dowel and hung. Voila! It adds instant texture to a space and is a nice way to complement the super shiny sequins.
To round out the rest of the room, we added metallic tinsel garlands to the tree! This is a fun way to transition your tree from Christmas to New Year's and get a little more life out of it.
Sources shown: Benjamin Moore Metro Gray paint, Benjamin Moore After the Rain paint, Joann Fabric ruffled wall hanging, Kristi Kohut striped print*, Aelfie rug, West Elm shelves, Target geoburst, Anthropologie bird glasses, Anthropologie pink glasses, Oyoy tray, Oyoy pitcher, vintage pitcher, Ikea pink speckled box, Anthropologie glass knot, Paper Source striped boxes, Ikea woven stool, Interior Define chairs, West Elm table (past season), Joann Fabric table cloth, Crate & Barrel plates, Block Shop Textiles napkins, Target gold flatware, Anthropologie yellow glasses (past season), vintage pink glasses, Target gold reindeer.