Foyer Table Christmas Cheer

As I always do for Christmas, my foyer table is a great spot to add some Christmas cheer and I enjoy coming up with different ways to welcome my friends with some extra special touches. I’m joining my friend, Chris, with her annual tour, called Welcome Home this year and a talented group of bloggers are sharing our Christmas foyers or entryways all decorated for the season.  Take a look at Chris’s front porch in  Michigan, it’s snowing up there and it is a gorgeous winter wonderland!

If you’re stopping over from my friend, Melissa, a big welcome to you!

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Welcome and come on in!  If you’re new, I’m so happy to meet you.

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My front porch was shared earlier, but it’s just a simple spot to start creating a wonderful Christmas feeling as people come in the front door, with garlands and a pretty berry wreath.

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I’ve had these brass bells for years and I love the way they jingle when we open the front door.  Jingle bells have that special sound of Christmas, don’t they?!

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My flocked tree looks so pretty at the top of the stairs and that’s what everyone sees as they enter the front door.  The entry table is the perfect spot to add more Christmas sparkle.

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I keep it fairly simple and use things I have around the house.

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My large antique mirror has a great spot on top to showcase my Merry Christmas blocks that I found years ago. Draping a vintage tinsel garland adds that special charm to the look.

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Stacking books and adding seasonal cheer on top is a fun way to layer this table.  I used brass, black and white and some green accents.

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A boxwood wreath with large gold bow on the mirror add to the vignette and I simply brought together all my preserved boxwood pieces to use on the table.

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A thriftstore box I painted green adds to the Christmas feel on the table, as well as a little gold and white Santa that holds a votive candle.  Sprinkling some white ornaments and white garland around makes it feel festive.  I also added in my brass candle holders that I found thrifting and those pretty white and gold Italian candlesticks came from an estate sale.

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I always add real greens to my tables too which always works this time of year.

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I love the mix of the brass, white and green.  The reflection of the tree in the mirror just magnifies the Christmas sparkle in the living room.  It truly is the most wonderful time of the year.  I’ve only got a couple more spaces to share with you and I’m spacing them out this year instead of cramming it all in one tour.

I hope you all are enjoying a peaceful Christmas season! It’s been wonderful for me.  I didn’t commit to so much this year on the blog and it’s really giving me time to enjoy the season and what it truly means.  Spending time with my family and loved ones are at the top of the list and I’m enjoying every week until Christmas gets here!

If you want lots more Christmas inspiration and cheer, stop on over to these talented bloggers! 

Monday

Just a Girl
A Thoughtful Place
Yellow Prairie Interiors
Haneen’s Haven

Tuesday
Hi Sugarplum
Brooklyn Limestone
320 Sycamore
Southern Hospitality

Wednesday
Sunny Side Up
Marie Flanigan Interiors
The House of Silver Lining
Bower Power

Thursday
Erin Spain
Honey We’re Home
Beneath My Heart
Home Made By Carmona
Decor Gold Designs

Friday
Centsational Girl
Thrifty Decor Chick
Tatertots and Jello


- Rhoda

Comments

  1. One of the things I have learned from all you savy decorating ladies is to vary the heights of my vignettes. It really does make a big difference.

  2. Rhoda, what a welcoming entrance. Love the boxwood wreath and all your touches of gold, white, and green. Wishing you a wonder-filled Tuesday

  3. Rhoda, this is incredible! That wreath on your front door is so perfect, and your use of layering in your home is spot on! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful home with us!

  4. It all looks so beautiful, Rhoda! Love the sparkle and I love all of the boxwoods. So, so pretty!

  5. Love those feathers you used on your tree. What a fun touch!

  6. Everything looks so pretty!! and I need those sleigh bells for my door!!

  7. So beautiful and elegant…love the preserved boxwood! Merry Christmas to you!

  8. Love your front door! I have some brass bells that a dear friend gave me years ago, they make smile when they jingle!

  9. Hello Rhoda! I love the green & cream on that tree and especially the black plaid ribbon! ♥ Merry Christmas!

  10. anna lancaster says:

    I know your mirror is an antique, but do you have any ideas of where to find a reproduction of it?

  11. It’s all so classic and cozy. I love all the boxwood and the subtle colors. Have a Merry Christmas!

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