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blog.westelm.com · Oct 28, 2013

Snowed-In Dinner Party by Camille Styles

Camille Styles’ cozy dinner party proves that you don’t need a snowstorm to make holiday fantasies come true. All it takes is a roaring fire, plenty of wine and pillows, and a house full of good friends. Read-on to get inspiration for your holiday get-togethers!

And if you want to create Wax Paper Snowflake Lanterns like Camille’s, she’s hosting a workshop at west elm Austin on 11/14. RSVP here.

The workshop will also be held at our stores in Houston, Dallas, Nashville, Atlanta, Hallandale Beach, Estero, Miami-Midtown, Miami-Dadeland, Jacksonville, Orlando, San Juan, Tampa, Birmingham, Durham, and Charlotte.

In my wildest fantasies, there’s nothing more romantic than the idea of being snowed-in for the holidays. Such was the inspiration behind the “Snowed-in Dinner Party” I hosted for a few friends in shades of snowfall: sparkly silver, warm metallics and frosty white.

I pulled a low-lounge-y table in front of the fire and surrounded it with cozy floor pillows for seating.

It’s all about the unexpected contrasts: polished silver next to handmade objects, rose gold flatware against raw wood, treasured holiday rituals that leave room for new traditions to be created.

Create Wax Paper Snowflake Lanterns like Camille’s! She’s hosting a workshop at west elm Austin on 11/14. RSVP here.

The workshop will also be held at our stores in Houston, Dallas, Nashville, Atlanta, Hallandale Beach, Estero, Miami-Midtown, Miami-Dadeland, Jacksonville, Orlando, San Juan, Tampa, Birmingham, Durham, and Charlotte.

Camille Styles is the founder of the eponymous Camille Styles blog, and an event stylist who believes that entertaing should be all about fun! You can follow Camille on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.



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