We have been fans of Frontgate for many years and have shared home tour and holiday posts here, herehere, here, and here, so we were honored when they asked us to participate in their “Holiday Decorating Ideas from Friends of Frontgate.” Today we are sharing our holiday decorating idea and a few from our friends of Frontgate below:

Holiday Entertaining with Frontgate and Friends

“Use elements typically found in a table centerpiece, like eucalyptus leaves and ornaments, and elevate the focal point up to the chandelier. These ornaments are the perfect modern spin on classic holiday decor. We love that this fresh statement piece will last the whole season!” – Beth & Danielle of Palm Beach Lately

Holiday Entertaining with Frontgate and Friends

“We love entertaining and even more so during the holidays. For a recent weekend brunch, we filled Jean’s antique cut glass punch bowl with the French Blue and White Linen ornaments for a stunning centerpiece. We started there and added mercury glass votives at each place setting with an ornament as a place card holder. We absolutely love how it turned out!” – Stia (daughter), Jean (mom) and Katherine (daughter-in-law) of Bishop & Holland

Holiday Entertaining with Frontgate and Friends

“Get creative with where you hang your ornaments! We have a centerpiece in our dining room in lieu of a chandelier. It’s where my children and I gather every month to decorate for each holiday. Each ornament is a work of art, and so many people stop to look at them more closely since they are displayed in a non-traditional way!” – Kelly Page of bluegraygal (Photo credit: Sarah D. Harper)

Holiday Entertaining with Frontgate and Friends

“Ornaments are gorgeous decor as well as the perfect party favor for your guests! Add an ornament to each place setting, and finish with a simple ribbon or gift tag. These ornaments give lots of glitz and glamour while keeping the style very neutral – it’s the best of both worlds!” – Courtney Whitmore of Pizzazzerie

Holiday Entertaining with Frontgate and Friends

“Think outside the box when using seasonal decor. Ornaments in a bowl are beautiful and so simple. These neutral metallics can go with any decor you bring in for the holidays for years to come!” – Gwen Hefner of The Makerista

Holiday Entertaining with Frontgate and Friends

“I love using my ornaments as an unexpected element in areas of my home that do not have a lot of space, where I still want to add a holiday touch. I love the soft pastels mixed with the sequins and gold. Perfect for my netural-glam space.” – Lynlee Poston of Gal About Town

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