Ideas for creating a natural, rustic Christmas table
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awesome decor, craft and recipe ideas you’ll find anywhere. Be sure to visit
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Today’s theme is tablescapes, and I’m sharing a simple, rustic table I put
together using branches I clipped from our yard, items from the grocery store,
and some pieces I had on hand. Simple is my middle name these days as I’ve
been purging and only using things that I love in our house.
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Natural Rustic Christmas Table
For this tablescape, I used some vintage silverware I picked up a few weeks
ago. It’s from 1946 and I’ve really fallen in love with it. I got most of it
from an estate sale and picked up a few more pieces to finish the set
To see my tips for shopping estate sales, read this post: How to Shop Estate Sales Like a Pro.
white charger plates, some
holiday dinner plates, and vintage bread plates make up the bulk of the place setting. It’s a mix of
formal and casual, farmhouse and cottage, old and new.
A basic burlap table runner
anchors all of it and adds some texture to the table.
A simple rolled up
finishes off the plates. I wrapped some twine around it and then tucked in a
sprig of boxwood that I clipped from the back yard. I tied on a
small glass ornament
to give it a little pizazz.
I’ve had the glasses for several years and the brown works well with the
earthy theme and the brown holiday plates.
Keeping it simple on the centerpiece are some pomegranates and holly tucked
wooden dough bowl.
Some pine cones and nandina branches add a bit more color and texture to the
table. And the
bring a touch of bling to the setting.
Since we don’t have a dining room, this is on our breakfast room table that
we eat at every day. It usually doesn’t have much on it besides a few crumbs
and I’m really liking the simple decor. I’ll keep it like this through the
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dough bowl // white carved charger plates (similar)// linen napkins // holiday dinner plates // burlap table runner // vintage silver // mini ornaments // mini boxwood wreath // mini cypress trees //
dining chairs (similar)
For more Christmas tablescape ideas visit these posts:
- Evergreen Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Table
- Cozy Christmas Tablescape
- Vintage Sparkly Christmas Tablescape
- Cozy Christmas Table with Plaid and Natural Accents
Be sure you visit all of the featured blogs! Here’s a run-down of the
topics and featured blogs:
Monday – Holiday Mantels
Tuesday – Holiday Recipes
Wednesday – Holiday Crafts
Thursday – Holiday Decor
Friday – Holiday Tablescapes
Need a few ideas for decorating your front porch? I joined forces with 7
other home bloggers earlier this week and we shared our decked out porches.
Plenty of ideas that you can steal! Here’s a peek at ours. You can see it
all here ==>
Christmas Front Porch Decor.
Get a few ideas for adding a cozy Christmas vibe to your house here ==>
Cozy Christmas Ideas
And here’s a sneak peek at our antique breakfast room hutch.
A few little holiday touches have even been added here.
I’ll be sharing all the details of it plus other areas of the house next
week on another tour. Stay tuned!
And now here are all the stops on the tour. Visit each one for some wonderful
Christmas decorating ideas.
Are you ready? Here we go!
Home for the Holidays 2016
Wow! So many amazing ideas. These ladies are very talented and I’m so glad I
got to tour with them this year.
Which idea is your favorite?
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