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nanette-ruffle-15-large-bowl-2Dress up your holiday table with these spectacular accents

Our designers’ favorite non-flower dining table must-haves welcome guests to the festivities.

Nanette Baker of Interiors by Nanette in Albertson

www.interiorsbynanette.com • 516-739-516

Favorite Dining Table Centerpiece: White Ruffle 15″ Large Bowl #600973 by Crate and Barrel
Price: $29.95

“Don’t have fresh flowers at the moment? No worries. Style your table with this absolutely lovely and well-priced Ruffle Bowl from Crate and Barrel. It can be used for decorative purposes as is, or filled with colorful items or fresh fruit. It’s also a striking serving piece for pasta or salad. This bowl is so useful and so beautiful that I want one for myself.”

Denise Rinfret and Missy Rinfret Minicucci of The Rinfret Group in Manhasset

www.therinfretgroup.com • 516-426-6192

Favorite Dining Table Centerpiece: Chinoiserie Ceramic Collection by Frontgate
Price: $119 to $749

rinfret-centerpieces“We love how a colorful urn adds a bit of whimsy to a dining table. Mixed with a traditional or modern tablescape, it’s the perfect addition. Use white flowers for a classic look or add height to a table with a pop of pink cherry blossoms. You won’t find our dinner party table set without at least one ginger jar!”

Greg Lanza of Greg Lanza Design in Locust Valley

www.greglanzadesign.com • 516-656-9848

Favorite Dining Table Centerpiece: Berlin Centerpiece Bowl by Jonathan Adler
Price: $248

greg-bowl-1“Fill it with flowers, greenery or even a mountain of stacked Christmas balls. Even empty, this centerpiece can hold its own throughout the year.”

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In addition to being editor of the Great Neck Record, Sheri ArbitalJacoby utilizes her more than three decades of publishing experience as a managing editor at national magazines to spearhead Anton Media Group's special edition magazines. She also writes decorating, travel and green articles for Long Island Weekly and Anton's special sections.

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