I chose a silver and gold color scheme for my NYE tablescape.  I took full advantage of the post-Christmas sales at my favorite home decor shops, picking up these glittery, sequined, gold ball ornaments (from Meli Melo), which I have hung from the chandelier.

With my dining room decorated predominately gold, I already had a gold tablecloth, which I paired with a white runner and white cloth napkins.

Candles (from Etal) are embellished with silver and gold polka dots.

The foundation for the centerpiece is an antique French Limoges china compote (from Summit Antiques Center) with gold floral pattern, which I filled with floating tea lights.  I also wrapped glittery gold garland around the centerpiece, which I also purchased heavily discounted thanks to a post-Christmas sale (from Meli Melo gift shop).

These vintage New Year’s postcards are dated from 1909 to 1911 (from Summit Antiques Center) and will be used as place cards.

I couldn’t resist decorating my dining room console.  The plate is Spode, purchased at Think Twice Consignment.  I picked up the silver champagne bucket at Grand Bazaar Antiques.

For my place setting, I layered the dinner plate of my wedding china (Lenox Opal Innocence) with seasonal plates from Williams Sonoma, which feature black and white pictures of scenes of Central Park in winter.  With New Year’s Eve around the corner I was in a “New York state of mind”!  Silver snowflake napkin rings are from Pottery Barn (last season).