I like having a silver tray on the coffee table and simply changing what I put on it. It makes it very easy to remove things to make room for little cars and small hands when the the little guys come to visit. Our coffee table seems to be the perfect height for a train track or to run cars in a circle. For now, my small church cloche is sitting on a silver candy dish for height. One of my new Z Gallerie aqua mercury glass votives adds a punch of color.
This small plaque with an iron stand that looks like branches was one of my Christmas gifts from my darling daughter. I think she senses that her mother has been a bit stressed out lately!
I love these tiny glass trees so much that I thought they could sit out for a while. After all, they look just like what I see looking out my window today!
My stack of winter magazines are just waiting for me to have some free time to really study them. I am a magazine addict, but I'm trying to "cut back" this year and just get my favorites. The problem is...too many favorites!
Overall, a simple, winter look. A round table can be a challenge, but truthfully I don't worry about it too much. I put out a few things that I like and that is what really matters, don't you agree?
I also wanted to share another Christmas gift. As most of you know, we have quite a few "beachy" items in our home. My dad bought us this beautiful sculpture for Christmas. It is quite heavy and we love it! For now, I have it sitting on the small metal and glass shelf sitting just inside the front door. I keep shells and driftwood on it all year long and I love how the colors in the sculpture blend so well with the metal of the shelf.
I am joining Marty @ A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesday.
If you want inspiration, go visit her wonderful blog.