Happy Saturday! Did everyone have a good week? I cannot believe it is December. Where did the year go?
Now that it is December, that means that Christmas is just a few short weeks away. Is everyone ready? Even though we won’t be in town hosting anyone, I still wanted to decorate and design a Christmas-themed table for the dining room. I am obsessed with creating new tablescapes for each holiday, and I love sharing what I can come up with!
I used quite the variety of products in this tablescape – some old, some new. One of the most exciting things about this table is that I was able to use my grandmother’s fine china. I love incorporating vintage pieces into my designs when I can.
My mom suggested to put garland around the light fixture. I was a little hesitant at first because I love my light fixture the way it is, but I really do think the greenery adds a nice touch! What do you think?
I actually stumbled across the placemats at the Nutcracker Market this year. I bought them from this place called “MYdrap”. I found the same style on Amazon – so you can purchase those here. They are really thin placemats, so they are easy to work with and don’t take up too much room.
The centerpiece is something we made. It is really versatile because we can switch out the floral stems for different holidays. I normally have white tulips in the centerpiece, but I decided to use the red berries for Christmas.
The napkins and galvanized chargers are from the Hearth and Hand collection at Target. I will link both of those products below.
I purchased the gold flatware off of Amazon. It is nothing fancy, but I didn’t need anything elaborate! All of the berries and floral pieces are from Hobby Lobby. They have the best options when it comes to Christmas decor.
I really wanted to keep my Magnolia wreath on the shiplap wall, so I decided to tie a bow on it. I wanted to keep things pretty simple in this room, so I try to keep my existing decor where I can.
Let me know if you have any questions about the products I used in this post. Unfortunately, I am not sure the vintage china is still available, but I am going to ask my grandma about it.
Have you all decorated your table for Christmas yet? Or do you like to decorate it the day of Christmas? I am always interested to hear your traditions and decor ideas!