Copper Is the New Orange in Holiday Dining

This next level metallic is the perfect new approach for your seasonal harvest table.

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Photo By: Red Arrow Industries

Welcoming Table

After: Rich warm blues and the addition of copper details give this Thanksgiving table a fresh, modern look.

Build Your Tablescape

Before: Metal chairs and metallic accessories in this dining room provide the perfect starting point to layer on more copper details and bright jewel tones for a one-of-a-kind harvest tablescape.

Copper Theme Throughout

For continuity and impact, amplify your copper and cobalt color scheme throughout your room, not just on the table. Add affordable copper accessories to your mantel, bookshelves and sidebar to give a feeling of richness.

Dining Room Ready for the Holidays

Before: This long wooden dining room table is the perfect backdrop to a modern, harvest-themed Thanksgiving celebration.

Bold Colors

Jewel-tone blue plates and woven chargers balance and harmonize with the stunning copper accessories on this harvest tablescape.

Blend Store-Bought and Nature-Sourced

Nothing enhances your holiday ambiance like natural elements found in your yard blended with decorative accessories for an inexpensive but memorable look.

Instant Mood

Candles are one of the most elegant and inexpensive ways to set a mood. With all of the colorful options out there, it's easy to coordinate candles to your Thanksgiving table.

Something Old, Something New

Integrate antiques and beloved family heirlooms into your holiday decorating to give meaning and a sense of timelessness to the occasion. These gilt bar accessories and glasses mix beautifully with the copper details in this dining room.

Little Things Mean a Lot

Affordable and chic, copper candle votives mix in well with a harvest tablescape but do double-duty all year long.

Multi-Purpose Sidetable

A versatile piece you will use again and again once the holidays are over, this copper side table adds a bit of glamor to any occasion.

Tray Art

A striking copper tray can be combined with other metallics and used again when the holidays are over.

Add In Accents

A copper votive and pumpkins with copper details give a new, designer look to Thanksgiving decor.

Shades of Copper

A copper glass jar and decorative pumpkins add a rich look to this Thanksgiving tableaux.

Copper Basket

A simple, inexpensive copper basket used to store glasses is surprisingly fresh and stylish when combined with other copper accents.

Copper Candles

You don't have to spend a fortune to get your home ready for the holidays. Choose a consistent color theme—in this case, copper—and mix newer items with existing decor.

Gorgeous Vignette

Beautiful moments in your holiday decor don't have to cost a fortune: these lovely copper-tinted acorns are a simple and elegant touch for any seasonal table.

Natural Decor

Use natural elements in your yard to enhance your earthy harvest theme: dip or spraypaint acorns or pinecones with copper paint or glitter and scatter around your tablescape.

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