Holiday House: Christmas Tablescapes

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For those of you who love the tablescapes, this one’s for you!  There truly were some beautiful ones all throughout the Holiday House and that was one of the things early on that was decided, to put out some pretty tables.  And they did!

Starting with these outdoor patio tables, several ladies worked on these and they were just stunning.  Every single one of them. IMG_7445

I’m not going to try to name all the names of the ladies (and gentleman) who did all of these tables, but just know they are all talented and creative.  And all of them were beautiful.IMG_7396

How about decorating the back of the chairs?  So cute!IMG_7446

There were 4 outdoor tables.IMG_7447

I think this bright green and red with the graphic black and white accents was my very fave.IMG_7449

So appealing and you know I’m crazy about lime green and black. IMG_7448

And how about the bright Coke cans in this scene?

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Moving inside to the formal dining room, it was awash in soothing neutrals of silvers, taupes and creams.IMG_7453

Wouldn’t you love to sit at this table for a meal?IMG_7455

The homeowner did this table and it was stunning.

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Another room held 4 beautiful tablescapes, this one in purples and greens. IMG_7291

Beautiful!IMG_7290

Cranberry and more traditional colors on this one.IMG_7292

And a mirrored tabletop here, which reflects all the pretty. IMG_7458

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Back in the kitchen, on one of the counters, this pretty and whimsical setting was just gorgeous.IMG_7309

On the breakfast table, Santa and his reindeer held center stage. IMG_7310

A place setting, with all those pretty colors.IMG_7320

This was called Christmas by the Sea and was tucked in a little alcove off the kitchen.  Creams and soft blues and lavenders.IMG_7319

This pretty in pink tea party table was also set up in the kitchen.IMG_7342

This was upstairs in one of the bedrooms.IMG_7403

And down in the basement next to the media room, in the playroom, these colorful tables were eye catching.

So, I hope you enjoyed all the tablescapes today!  They were all eye candy and beautiful to look at, so maybe you got some new ideas for setting a pretty table this Holiday season.

Linking up to Susan’s Tablescape Thursday today.

- Rhoda

Comments

  1. choklatesilk says

    I just loved the pics of all the tablescapes. i think they were just wonderfully decorated. My favorite was the “pink tea party”. Pink is my favorite color! Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Your designs are AWESOME!!! You have created masterpieces with pure class. Thank you for sharing. You are delightfully talented.

  3. Thank you for sharing. I was looking for tablescapes and you have provided some fabulous ideas. Your decorating is elegant with a touch of playfulness. You think outside the box and you are not afraid of color. Beautiful!!

  4. Rhoda, thank you so much for the beautiful pictures each one is so inspiring. Judy and I were talking about you this weekend and how we look forward to your newest blog . Christmas is coming quickly to the farm and I am taking my vitamins this week as we are taking our company pics with all ‘8’ of the kiddos. I tried tying a bow around Cupcakes (the pig) neck but she DOES NOT have the Christmas Spirit! Oh well, do you think a goat would pass as a sweet lamb? Come visit again anytime with Judy you are always welcome to join our family.

  5. Rhonda you have a beauitful touch for table scapes.the tables are so stunting you have my scence of style.thank you for sharing your great ideals. the pictures are great.

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  7. Dear Rhoda
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  8. in this first photo, what is the brand name of that dinnerware? Thanks!

    • HI, Haley, I’m sorry, I don’t know that. This post was from years ago and it was a showhouse of different people, so I have no idea.

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