Decking the halls is still underway over here, and today I’ve been working on my Christmas Dining Room!
I love to go a little more “fancy” in my Christmas dining room, compared to my more casual Buffalo Check inspired Living Room. By fancy, I mean just a step up from casual because I am NOT a super fancy person. So, what you see here is about as fancy as this girl gets!
I always use silvers and golds in this room, with touches of white and natural textures. I love how you can do something totally opposite as far as color schemes go in different parts of your home. It keeps it fresh and fun!
I incorporated items I had from years past, but also splurged on a few new items this year as well. Let’s get to the pictures first, then I will list some sources for you at the end!
My Christmas Dining Room with Silvers and Golds
This table setting was not hard to put together, and anyone can do it! I will be going into specifics in my Happy Holiday Home Course with a full tutorial and all kinds of tips. If you would like to join this year, you can do so here. There is also a full video tutorial on how to decorate a tree the CORRECT way with ribbon!
Having a beautiful space for the holidays should be fun, easy and festive! I feel like my Dining Room is just that! I always play with things and tweak as I go, but I’m off to a great start.
Here is some source info for you!
Flocked tree- mine is a pencil tree, similar to this one here!
Ribbon- all of my ribbon came from Hobby Lobby and even Big Lots! (told ya I’m not fancy!)
Placemats- I got these this year from Pier One because they were having a sale and I had a coupon! Here they are here! I will say, they are pretty “plastic.” I was a little disappointed in them when they came in, BUT once I layered them with everything else I decided they were just the pop of green I needed and to keep them!
Plates- My reindeer plates were a find from a local Marshall’s last year!
Napkin rings and tags came from a local store, The Faded Farmhouse!
My paper scroll is from Cottonwood Shanty, you can find her on IG!
Centerpiece box came from a Vintage Market and the trees are random ones I have collected over the years!
I hope this was helpful for you! How do you decorate your dining room at Christmas? I would love to know in the comments!
Until next time…