In the corner of my dining room where my wine rack sets, this year I have decorated with a bowl of vintage ornaments in some rather unusual Christmas colors.
This is one of my fall serving bowls, but I decided to use it because it was deep and would hold a lot of ornaments. I already had some orbs in it made of natural textures and simply added in a few vintage ornaments for a somewhat different look.
Although nontraditional Christmas colors, I like the mixture of the natural orbs and the ornaments that glitz it up a little.
The only new ornament in this bowl is the silver star, the rest are all vintage and were collected over the years at flea markets.
Next, I added a few wine glasses, each with their own bauble . . .
and set around a few miscellaneous ornaments to give the appearance they had escaped from the bowl.
A happy accident is how well the colors coordinate with the foil coverings on my inexpensive wine collection.
Christmas decorating can be simple when you incorporate things you have at hand.