It’s looking so festive around here and I’m excited to share my Christmas table with you today, along with some other talented bloggers for the Styled and Set Holiday tour. Thanks to Lory with Designthusiasm, our hostess for the tour!
We don’t eat in our dining room all that much, but I sure enjoy setting a pretty table for each Holiday season and Christmas is the time to pull out all the stops and add the sparkle and bling.
I’ve always love gold accents mixed with blue and white and those pairings are perfect in the dining room. My blue and white pieces seem to go with any time of the year and add a special touch to the sideboard.
I’m so enjoying the new rug in here in soft blue and white.
Here’s my rug again if you’re interested (affiliate link):
I have lots of gold accents for Christmas decor and it seems to fit here the best, so I just make it sweet and simple. Our dining room table seats 4 comfortably around the round table and 6 can fit.
This pretty round textural basket filled with a tree slice makes a perfect display for my blue and white bowl filled with sparkly baubles. Bring on the gold!
Simple Ralph Lauren placemats and blue napkins add such a special touch to the table.
But let’s focus on that centerpiece. With gold trees and sparkly shimmery ornaments, it’s so pretty and festive.
Love this shot looking at the tree in the living room. I added some twinkle copper lights to the bowl and it adds even more sparkle.
The sideboard with blue and white.
I try to keep it simple and easy and this does the trick. Magnolia and cedar are a great combo this time of year.
I added white sparkly ornaments to the chandelier to add a little bling up there.
I added my cute vintage gold tree in this plant stand in the corner of the dining room and love it here.
Such a cute piece and I love the gold.
Dining room looking to kitchen and family room.
And that’s a look at the dining room table this year. I hope you enjoyed and got some ideas of your own. I love having a dining room to show off, it makes a great canvas for playing around with Christmas decor.
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