Cozy Winter Tables for Supper Club
It’s time for our first Supper Club of 2022, and we are sharing 6 Winter Tablescape Ideas that are cozy and creative this month. They include a combination of new, vintage, thrifted, and DIY projects.
Virtual Supper Club
If you are joining us for the first time, we are a group of friends who love to entertain, and since entertaining in person wasn’t recommended, we started a virtual supper club in January 2021.
We choose a theme for our dinner tables each month, which we post on the 4th Thursday of each month.
Next, we each share a recipe to complete the meal on the 4th Saturday.
In addition, each month, we invite one guest to join us by setting their table and contributing a recipe as well. This month we are excited to welcome Jessica from Old Barn Company.
Although the theme is the same, I love seeing each person’s interpretation of it and how they make it fit their decor style. I know you will love joining us each month for our Supper Club. If you are joining me from Simply 2 Moms, welcome. I know you loved their creative winter tablescape.
Rustic Winter Tablescape
This month, I wanted to create a warm, cozy, rustic winter tablescape.
I began with a thrift store tablecloth as my base. I found the tablecloth while out Thrifting with the Gals last month.
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DIY Winter Tablescape Centerpiece
Next, I added this rustic DIY Candle Centerpiece, my first DIY project this year.
The multiple white, taupe and copper candles warm up the table and create a cozy feel.
I wanted to keep the winter tablescape as neutral as possible. Therefore I used my Casafina Plate Chargers combined with vintage white ironstone dishes.
Since the main meal this month is soup, I add the thrifted English bowls to the table setting. They were a steal for only 50 cents each, and I love their unique shape.
As a final touch, I added these cute butter pats I found in Asheville, NC, this past fall. You can see some similar butter pats here.
Creative Winter Tablescape Ideas
In addition to the DIY Candle Centerpiece, I added these DIY Twig Napkin Rings to the winter tablescape.
You can see how to make the napkin rings for free here and get ideas for making them for other seasonal tables.
For a winter table, I added a touch of faux snow and a foraged pinecone. They tuned out so cute and added a perfect rustic feel to the cozy table setting.
Creative Winter Tablescape
In addition, I used a few leftover holiday pieces to warm up the tablescape.
The frosted greenery spears and candle rings add a touch of winter to the tablescape.
I’ve included a step-by-step video of the table setting, and you’ll see how I used faux cedar candle rings as a base for the centerpiece.
The glassware and the vintage cutlery are collected thrifted finds. Many of the serving pieces are also thrifted ironstone pieces.
When choosing the napkin color, I pulled from the copper candles in the centerpiece. Since the tablescape is primarily neutral, a touch more copper was needed to add warmth to the table setting.
Ready for the Dinner Party
As the sun sinks, the DIY Candle Centerpiece provides plenty of light for our Cozy Winter Dinner Party.
Grace was painted just before our first dinner party at the Ponds Farmhouse.
We had just moved into the house, and I had not settled on anything to grace our table.
Inspiration sparked about 24 hours before our guest arrived, and she has continued to be one of my favorite paintings. Prints are available here.
Look at all the recipes and the full menu for a Cozy Winter Supper Club.
More Tablescape Inspiration
I hope you enjoyed today’s Cozy Winter Tablescape Ideas.
Next up is Jessica from Old Barn Company with 5 Clever Ways to Create a Cozy Winter Dinner.
Click on each link below to see all 6 Creative Winter Tablescape Ideas.
Jessica – Old Barn Company / Michele – Vintage Home Designs / Jen – Midwest Life and Style
Stacy – Bricks N Bloom / Anne & AnnMarie – Simply 2 Moms / Rachel – The Ponds Farmhouse
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I look forward to sharing my next adventure with you.
Kim | Shiplap and Shells
Friday 4th of February 2022
Everything is so beautiful Rachel. I just love your candle holder centerpiece.
Sunday 6th of February 2022
Kim, I really appreciate this.
5 Clever Ways to Create a Cozy Winter Dinner ⋆ The Old Barn
Friday 4th of February 2022
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Monday 31st of January 2022
Just snagged and pinned some things from your cozy winter bedroom post but this is always one of my favorite posts of yours so I had to come and see how you guys are celebrating winter. Loved your tablescape so much and all the layers of color and texture you added too. The candlestick centerpiece always looks warm and inviting. I just love it all! Hugs, Coco
Tuesday 1st of February 2022
CoCo, I appreciate your sweet comments and your encouragement. Thanks so much.
Friday 28th of January 2022
Rachel, I love your candle holder! beautiful!
Friday 28th of January 2022
Jessica, I really appreciate that.
Thursday 27th of January 2022
Pretty & cozy! That candle holder may be my fave DIY of yours...not sure it's a toss up between that and the pallet tree. Also love the napkin rings...so creative. Pinned!