via On Sutton Place
I have a thing about collecting champagne buckets. Well, I have a thing about champagne too, which is a whole different subject and post. 🙂
Today, I wanted to inspire you with all the ways to creatively decorate with champagne buckets and the fun ways to use them. At the end of the post, I have pulled together a collection of great champagne buckets that I found to buy online.
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Recently, TJ Maxx has come out with some gorgeous huge champagne buckets that I have been scooping up every time I see one come into my local store. A couple weeks ago, I ran across this massive one that I’m using through the holidays on my dining room table.
These huge punch bowl (or I think the technical name is Dutch Boy) type champagne buckets are especially great for plants and flowers because all you have to do is slip in about three separate plants and you get an instant grand arrangement.
In past posts, you may have seen some of the ways I have used champagne buckets for decorating. I especially love to use them for Christmas because they are fun way to display for Christmas trees.
I also love to use them throughout the year with seasonal plants, flowers and moss balls.
All of my buckets have come from TJ Maxx over the last year and they restock these on a regular basis.
Here are some other creative and pretty ways to decorate and use the buckets;
via Heather Bullard
via Pop Sugar
via Simple Details
via Live Love DIY
Of course, champagne buckets are not just for champagne. They are great to use to keep anything cold when you’re entertaining and the bigger Dutch Boys can hold multiple bottles.
via Hunted Interior
Thrift stores are a great place to find vintage champagne buckets. Here is a collection of different sized beautiful buckets if you want to buy one online (affiliate links used).
So many endless possibilities and creative ways to think about decorating and using champagne buckets. I have really loved having mine and always come up with a new use.
I hope you all have a wonderful New Year’s eve celebration!
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