Win a table of holiday decor

Guys, have I got another fantastic giveaway for you (check out the bike I’m concurrently giving away until Tuesday from Public). I have to confess that I’ve never been excited to host a giveaway like this one. Why? Because I was asked by Caesarstone (you know, the quartz company whose blog Interior Collective I write for), to do WHATEVER THE HECK I WANTED, based off their 5 new beautiful supernatural colors, in creating a holiday tablescape THAT YOU CAN WIN!
That’s a lot of exclamation marks and CAPS!
Every single thing on this table is up for grabs to one lucky reader. Say wha?! Except the pomegranates because those have now rotted and have left a pretty red stain on my news tablecloths. Because there are just some days like that.
You know it’s not very like me to do understated. In fact, my natural reaction is to go oversized, colorful, and extravagant (remember the one I did for West Elm?). But with this one, I wanted to do something classic that you my dear readers would want and could fit into your homes without adjusting color schemes.
Cue natural linens, white plates, black &white, woods, and rose gold flatware.
Now, that’s what Willis was talking ’bout.
I had to source everything locally and scoured Salt Lake looking for cute home decor boutiques but honestly, didn’t find much except one cute one called Maison Confiserie et Boutique, which focuses on black and white. Bingo. That’s the direction I decided to go in. Then I added the natural-looking elements like Christmas trees, woods, and pop of red from a few bigger chains (like West Elm, Williams Sonoma, and Pottery Barn) and boom.

Here’s what you do to enter:
Head on over to Ceasarstone’s blog, Interior Collective, and follow the directions there.

photography by Cassidy Tuttle 

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