Christmas Dining Room Decorations

Christmas Dining Room Decorations

1 Of 45 Pin these ideas!Save these stunning Christmas table settings for later! Don’t forget to follow Country Living on Pinterest for more great Christmas decorating ideas. 2 Of 45 Mason Jars in a RowTo craft the centerpieces for her dining room table, blogger Kristin Bergthold used cranberries, juniper, and a layer of Epsom salt.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 45 Hanging GreeneryA weathered wood crate centerpiece brings good tidings to the table. Jean Allsopp 4 Of 45 Woodland CenterpieceA small white deer stands out beside rosemary, pinecones, and birch bark candles.See more at JST Design. JST DesignsAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 45 Pop of PlaidA classic tartan tablecloth dresses up a space in a polished (but not at all pretentious) way. For a whimsical place setting, slide good old handwritten namecards into the slots of vintage sleigh bells (we found these on eBay) and give new meaning to “be there with bells on.” Burcu Avsar 6 Of 45 Festive SceneSerena Thompson’s attitude about centerpieces: “Don’t overdo it.” In the dining room, she paired loose sprigs of greenery (in sap buckets, no less) with her collection of toy deer and bottlebrush trees. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 45 Wood BoxA handmade wood box not only creates a focal point in a dining room, but can also be easily used throughout the rest of the year as table decor.See more at Fynes Designs. Fynes Designs 8 Of 45 Mini Cranberry Leaf Place CardsHow adorable are these? They’re easy to make—just string cranberries onto a piece of wire, twist the wire around, add pieces of tree trimmings, and attach flag-shaped kraft paper tags onto each one.See more at Say Yes. Say YesAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 45 Red and Gold Easy Christmas CenterpieceThis is a quick and simple way to make a stunning centerpiece for your Christmas dinner table. From your local craft store, you’ll need a pine wreath, red and gold jingle bells, berry brush, two mini red berry stems, four poinsettia balls, and a clear glass apothecary jar.See more at Take Time For Style. Take Time For Style 10 Of 45 Table ScattersSubtle touches are something to celebrate—they add festive charm to your table, and these are no exception. Use a craft punch to cut out stars and scatter them around your plate settings.See more at A Spoonful of Sugar. A Spoonful of Sugar Next Gallery 10 Ideas for Throwing a Festive Holiday Party ‘Tis the season to celebrate! By Jessica Mejia
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Christmas Dining Room Decorations

1 Of 45 Pin these ideas!Save these stunning Christmas table settings for later! Don’t forget to follow Country Living on Pinterest for more great Christmas decorating ideas. 2 Of 45 Mason Jars in a RowTo craft the centerpieces for her dining room table, blogger Kristin Bergthold used cranberries, juniper, and a layer of Epsom salt.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 45 Hanging GreeneryA weathered wood crate centerpiece brings good tidings to the table. Jean Allsopp 4 Of 45 Woodland CenterpieceA small white deer stands out beside rosemary, pinecones, and birch bark candles.See more at JST Design. JST DesignsAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 45 Pop of PlaidA classic tartan tablecloth dresses up a space in a polished (but not at all pretentious) way. For a whimsical place setting, slide good old handwritten namecards into the slots of vintage sleigh bells (we found these on eBay) and give new meaning to “be there with bells on.” Burcu Avsar 6 Of 45 Festive SceneSerena Thompson’s attitude about centerpieces: “Don’t overdo it.” In the dining room, she paired loose sprigs of greenery (in sap buckets, no less) with her collection of toy deer and bottlebrush trees. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 45 Wood BoxA handmade wood box not only creates a focal point in a dining room, but can also be easily used throughout the rest of the year as table decor.See more at Fynes Designs. Fynes Designs 8 Of 45 Mini Cranberry Leaf Place CardsHow adorable are these? They’re easy to make—just string cranberries onto a piece of wire, twist the wire around, add pieces of tree trimmings, and attach flag-shaped kraft paper tags onto each one.See more at Say Yes. Say YesAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 45 Red and Gold Easy Christmas CenterpieceThis is a quick and simple way to make a stunning centerpiece for your Christmas dinner table. From your local craft store, you’ll need a pine wreath, red and gold jingle bells, berry brush, two mini red berry stems, four poinsettia balls, and a clear glass apothecary jar.See more at Take Time For Style. Take Time For Style 10 Of 45 Table ScattersSubtle touches are something to celebrate—they add festive charm to your table, and these are no exception. Use a craft punch to cut out stars and scatter them around your plate settings.See more at A Spoonful of Sugar. A Spoonful of Sugar
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Christmas Dining Room Decorations

1 Of 35 Tablecloth ChoicesIt doesn’t take much to decorate a neutral room for the holidays. This blogger draped a vintage blanket over her white table to add color and creativity to with zero to no work involved.See more at City Farmhouse » City Farmhouse 2 Of 35 Unexpected ColorsJust because it’s the holidays, doesn’t mean you’re only allowed to use red and green. This bold blue hue paired with white cotton balls gives a modern vibe to a traditional event.See more at A Blog Named Scout » A Blog Named ScoutAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 35 Gingham AccentsThere’s something about this white-and-black checkered pattern that screams rustic, yet high style. When paired with wooden chargers you’ve got an unforgettable table spread.See more at The White Buffalo Styling Co. » The White Buffalo Styling Co. 4 Of 35 Song Lyric DecorEveryone has a favorite Christmas jingle. Why not use it to add a graphic element to your dining room table? This blogger chose John Lennon’s Happy Christmas and topped it off with rustic mason jars and greenery.See more at View From the Fridge » View From the FridgeAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 35 Metallic MovesGreen pine branches stand out in the most festive way when paired with black and white. And don’t even get us started on how much we love the Scandinavian touch of the brass candlesticks.See more at Annabode + Co. » Annabode + Co. 6 Of 35 Sparkling Colors Christmas tree ornaments shouldn’t be limited to just the tree — scatter them on the table to create a presentation that mirrors the theme you’ve created in the living room.See more at Ciera Design » Ciera DesignAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 35 Crisp White “A beautiful table is not about a staggering investment in expensive formal objects. My style is distinctly American, with a commitment to simplicity. I see endless opportunities in a crisp white napkin. And white, silver, and gold are just the perfect trio.” — Phoebe Howard, Interior designer and retailer, Jacksonville 8 Of 35 Red Florals “My favorite color choice for a festive table is always red. No other color packs the punch that red does. I love single-color arrangements of roses, tulips, and carnations, so I did four of them for the centerpiece around an antique hurricane. The tablecloth is my very cheerful Celeste pattern. It says ‘fun’ instantly.” — Michael Devine, Fabric designer and retailer, Kinderhook, NYAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 35 Seasonal Plaid Take a hint from your plaid table runner, and carry red hues throughout the rest of the tablescape — plates and ribbon accents included.See more at Take Six » Take Six 10 Of 35 Season’s Greetings Instead of filling up the table with names, jot down a note of Christmas cheer on a DIY chalkboard tag. See more at The Lily Pad Cottage » The Lily Pad Cottage Next Gallery Rhapsody in Blue and White We couldn’t possibly love this color combo more. Oct 21, 2016
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Christmas Dining Room Decorations

1 Of 35 Tablecloth ChoicesIt doesn’t take much to decorate a neutral room for the holidays. This blogger draped a vintage blanket over her white table to add color and creativity to with zero to no work involved.See more at City Farmhouse » City Farmhouse 2 Of 35 Unexpected ColorsJust because it’s the holidays, doesn’t mean you’re only allowed to use red and green. This bold blue hue paired with white cotton balls gives a modern vibe to a traditional event.See more at A Blog Named Scout » A Blog Named ScoutAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 35 Gingham AccentsThere’s something about this white-and-black checkered pattern that screams rustic, yet high style. When paired with wooden chargers you’ve got an unforgettable table spread.See more at The White Buffalo Styling Co. » The White Buffalo Styling Co. 4 Of 35 Song Lyric DecorEveryone has a favorite Christmas jingle. Why not use it to add a graphic element to your dining room table? This blogger chose John Lennon’s Happy Christmas and topped it off with rustic mason jars and greenery.See more at View From the Fridge » View From the FridgeAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 35 Metallic MovesGreen pine branches stand out in the most festive way when paired with black and white. And don’t even get us started on how much we love the Scandinavian touch of the brass candlesticks.See more at Annabode + Co. » Annabode + Co. 6 Of 35 Sparkling Colors Christmas tree ornaments shouldn’t be limited to just the tree — scatter them on the table to create a presentation that mirrors the theme you’ve created in the living room.See more at Ciera Design » Ciera DesignAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 35 Crisp White “A beautiful table is not about a staggering investment in expensive formal objects. My style is distinctly American, with a commitment to simplicity. I see endless opportunities in a crisp white napkin. And white, silver, and gold are just the perfect trio.” — Phoebe Howard, Interior designer and retailer, Jacksonville 8 Of 35 Red Florals “My favorite color choice for a festive table is always red. No other color packs the punch that red does. I love single-color arrangements of roses, tulips, and carnations, so I did four of them for the centerpiece around an antique hurricane. The tablecloth is my very cheerful Celeste pattern. It says ‘fun’ instantly.” — Michael Devine, Fabric designer and retailer, Kinderhook, NYAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 35 Seasonal Plaid Take a hint from your plaid table runner, and carry red hues throughout the rest of the tablescape — plates and ribbon accents included.See more at Take Six » Take Six 10 Of 35 Season’s Greetings Instead of filling up the table with names, jot down a note of Christmas cheer on a DIY chalkboard tag. See more at The Lily Pad Cottage » The Lily Pad Cottage

Christmas Dining Room Decorations

Christmas Dining Room Decorations
Christmas Dining Room Decorations
Christmas Dining Room Decorations

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