I’ve shared three ways to style an entry table before and thought it would be fun to do the same thing for the holidays. Our entry table is one of my favorite DIYs in our home. And it’s the area that I’m always switching up for each season. It’s one of the first pieces of furniture you see when entering our home and I feel like it sets the tone for the rest of the house. (post contains affiliate links, see disclosure)
For each entry table styling, I kept the basics the same – my faux cement lamps, brass mirror, and ceramic tray. For Christmas, I added a prelit garland around the mirror but had a few ideas on the decor.
First, was displaying a collection of trees. I love trees and have a collection that I display around the house each year. Here, I took the biggest ones and grouped them together. The brass one and wood one are from Studio McGee at Target. And the white cone tree is my favorite because it lights up.
Then, I created a simple design with gold ornaments in a wood bowl, brass candlesticks, and my new favorite flameless candles. These candles look so realistic. They are battery-operated, come with a remote, adjustable candle mode, a dimmer, and are set on a timer! Some of the reviews mention low battery life, but I’ve been using them since Thanksgiving with zero issues.
For the third style, I added a collection of my favorite brass bells atop a stack of design books. These bells are perfect for the holidays, and they are functional so they create the most beautiful sound when used. They are great individually but as a group of three, they are perfect.
Obviously, the collection of trees ended up being my favorite way to style an entry table for the holidays. And it is so beautiful, especially at night! I also love the asymmetrical garland around the mirror. Simple, easy, and just enough for the holiday season.