"It's important for your holiday table to reflect you and the style of your home," she says. Here she pairs gold bowls from Pier 1 Imports with white Mercer dinner plates from Crate & Barrel.
“I loved the clean, modern shape of this Tovah menorah from Crate & Barrel, but the polished nickel finish didn’t work with my gold theme,” she says. “So I gave it a quick spray using Krylon Brush Metallic in Sparkling Canyon.”
To make your own gelt garland, you'll need:
- Hot glue gun
- White string that can handle the weight of your coins
- Plastic gold coins
2. Glue two coins back to back onto each string, 3 to 4 inches apart.
3. Tie the string ends together and secure them to the side of the mantel with thumbtacks.
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