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4 New Years Eve Design Ideas

 

New Year's Eve. A time to say goodbye to this past year and welcome the new one. To remember the good times and look forward to the times to come. To appreciate what we did well and resolve on what we should do better.

And of course, it is a time to celebrate. To clink champagne classes, nibble on tasty treats, and mingle amidst some beautiful decorations. If you are hosting a New Year's Eve party this year, check out these four New Years Eve design ideas, guaranteed to make your party sparkle.

1. Create metallic centerpieces. Use metallic vases, candlesticks, crystal, and other shimmery accents to bring some glamour to your New Year's Eve table. Look for tablecloths with a soft metallic sheen, or fill a vase with simple gold and silver ornaments.

2. Start the countdown. Scatter a few clocks amongst your decorations for a touch of whimsy. Guests will appreciate the visual reference to the evening's climatic countdown. Look for simple clocks in soft metallic colors or basic neutrals.

3. Use champagne tones. Why not allow the feature beverage of the evening to inspire your decor? Champagne colored dishes, tablecloths, placements, or napkins are a great neutral accent to flashier decorations.

4. Use lots of glass and crystal. Group wine and champagne glasses onto trays and display them on a sideboard. Scatter small glass stones on the table, or fill a crystal vase with clear marbles. The glass adds shimmer and glamour without adding an overwhelming amount of color.

New Years Eve designPhoto: potterybarn.com

New Years Eve DesignPhoto: celebrationsathomeblog.com

New Years Eve designPhoto: pauladeen.com

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