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Designing a fabulous holiday table!

by Lisa Hoyt on 11/16/13

The first thing you need to determine is your focal point. Today I will discuss one type of table design. This would be having the focal point located in the center of the table. This piece needs to be the tallest and largest piece on the table. Then, using candle holders next is a lovely way to go. These should be either a bit taller than the center piece or a bit shorter, not the same height. What you are doing is creating mountains with the height of each item  in your design with the center piece being the tallest. The next pieces need to be either a bit taller or a bit smaller, then the next pieces shorter than those. Then the next items possibly taller with the next items even shorter again and so on…... with the heights cascading down the center of the table starting taller then getting shorter as the design comes to the ends of the table. 

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