A Candy Cane Table Setting for Christmas and the Winter Holidays

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Christmas is past but I couldn’t resist sharing this wonderful table Warren put together during the holidays. This is such a fun, whimsical table created in a red and white candy cane theme.

Christmas Table in Red, White, Candy Cane Theme

 

Have you ever set a table with a candy cane theme?

Christmas Candy Cane Table

 

Warren has put this table setting together in the past and said it’s always a big hit with family and friends.

Christmas Table, Candy Cane Theme

 

The dinnerware in this table setting is 222 Fifth, “Winter Harmony.” Warren found the various elements he used to create this table from Home Goods, Xmas Tree Shop, and Pier One.

Christmas Candy Cane Tablescape

 

Mercury glass candlesticks and stripped candles create a fanciful centerpiece. The lovely little ice skating figures skating atop an icy pond were handed down to Warren from his mother. Love those!

Christmas Candy Cane Table Setting Ideas

 

Are you still visiting with family or has everyone left and returned home? Are you in the process of taking down the decorations? I’ll be leaving mine up a bit longer, stretching the holiday season out just a bit more.

Happy New Year, dear Friends!

Christmas Candy Cane Table

 

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Comments

  1. Happy New Year Susan! Wishing you the best year ever. Thank you for Tablescape Thursday and all of your wonderful and informative posts. I am always so happy to link up. The candy cane table is so pretty and festive!

  2. The candy canes will work through February with a few hearts scattered throughout!

  3. Thank you Susan, the candy cane table is adorable! Happy New Year!

  4. Happy New Year! I love this festive and elegant table. Tucking a candy cane into each napkin ring is the perfect finishing touch, hopefully I can remember it for next year. I have most of my decorations still in place (through Epiphany) but have taken the table setting apart so I could wash the tablecloth. My grandson came down with flu B while they were visiting me, and I wanted to get rid of as many germs as I can! Am in the process of resetting it with snowflakes for January.

  5. Okay, I don’t like this tablescape. Why? Because it’s not mine, dang it! And I lust after those tea light holders.

  6. Franki Parde says

    THIS must have been “Year of the Candy Cane!!” 🙂 I used that “theme” as well! Warren’s tablescape is “sweet!!” Last of “our clan” left, too…honestly, our cabin breathed a “sigh”…I did as well…until the next time… HAPPY 2020! franki

  7. Happy New Year! Love your Tablescape Thursday! The Candy Cane table is adorable. It would be a great way to have a pretty centerpiece without blocking the view of guests and family.

  8. Oh I love that candy cane theme, and the candles are just darling! No wonder Warren’s guests love this table! Happy New Year to you Susan – can’t believe it’s 2020 already! I’m so looking forward to all the fabulous inspiration from you and my fellow linkers!

  9. A bit of whimsy with elegance! I love those skaters on the mirrored glass!

  10. Happy 2020
    Beautiful candy cane tablescape. The linens are vivid and colorful.
    I really appreciate when someone puts out a tablecloth in their home. It indicates that they don’t mind ironing and are very patient! They go above and beyond for the guests who will be seated at the table.
    Thanks to Warren for sharing

  11. Love it all! The striped candles, the dinner plates, the poinsettia napkin rings. It’s all so festive and pretty together. Thanks, Warren. What a fun host you are.

  12. Sabrina Holmes says

    Beautiful table, glad you shared. Happy New Year!

  13. Snowflake281 says

    Yes, I have set a table with a candy cane theme & it is my favorite Christmas theme after a snowflake theme. I love Warren’s use of the mirror underneath the candle holders. If I remember correctly, I purchased my candy cane placemats & a table runner from Harrietcarter.com many, many years ago & they are reversible with a snowflake theme. I sneak in a peppermint swirl pedestal cake plate & a ceramic candy cane basket. It’s such a fun theme and Warren’s tablescape looks beautiful.

  14. Love the candy cane theme. We have tall candy cane candles. Wishing you and yours a nappy,blessed and healthy 2020.
    Marilyn

  15. Happy New Year, Susan! The candy cane table setting is just the prettiest ever! Love the dishes too.

  16. I love it !! The skaters are a perfect touch.

  17. Love, love, love this table!! I’d like to do a similar one next Christmas! His candleholders are very special. Thanks for sharing this! Happy New Year!

  18. Happy New Year Susan! Thanks for all you wonderful creativity – you are a source of inspiration especially for us newbies. Thank you for hosting as well.

    Warren’s table is just lovely – the dishes are sooo pretty. I made a New Year’s Resolution to buy no more dishes this year, and those are sorely tempting me. And it’s only January 3rd. Yikes!

    Happy 2020!

  19. Cyndi Raines says

    We’ll done Warren, the red and white theme is so nice for Christmas, very crisp and merry. Leaving my winter greens up on the mantel through January as it will add a winter theme and help the house to not look so plain. Put out very little Christmas decorations this year so not much to put away, am leaving them for another week, although I make take down the outside lights and that always makes me sad.

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