You know I enjoy creating tablescapes. Today I’m showing you my latest festive Christmas table decor. I hope it inspires you to make something magical in your own home.
And if you’re looking for even more Christmas table decor, scroll down to the end of this post where I’ve linked the holiday tables of my Seasons of Home blogger friends. I know you’ll find inspiration to suit your style and budget. These are talented bloggers, and it’s truly an honor to be working with them.
OK, back to my Christmas table decor and a bit of its backstory. I actually fashioned this table setting in October. As you probably know, I’m a HomeGoods blogger. HomeGoods asked me if I’d be interested in taking pictures of some of their 2018 holiday merchandise. After asking me about my style preferences, they sent me an assortment of their new products.
I’m usually pretty picky about my decor, so I was a tad nervous about what I might receive. However, because I’m also always up for a challenge, I was excited to see what I could do with the decorations that were chosen for me.
Festive Christmas Table Decor Ideas:
This Christmas table decor is what I came up with. Isn’t it fun and festive?
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In the package from HomeGoods, I found the two large deer, a couple boxes of ornaments, galvanized metal houses, and the grouping of trees. The rest of the items on the table are my own.
I took inspiration from the colors in the ornaments to pull the rest of the table together. Icy blues, grays, whites, and metallics make for a beautiful winter look.
This tablescape doesn’t scream traditional Christmas, but it captures the spirit of the season. (Speaking of traditional Christmas, if that’s what you’re after, check out my family room holiday decor which I posted about yesterday.)
To add a little glow to the table, I used these modern candle holders filled with silver glittered candles. I placed them on top of this adorable faux fur table runner and scattered ornaments around.
I kept the place settings simple with patterned dinner plates and plain white salad plates. The napkins are gray with a hint of silver sparkle. I wrapped the snowflake cookie cutters with pom-pom ribbon.
To finish things off, I brought in greenery. Do you recognize this plant?
It’s bayberry! Given that I call my home Bayberry House, I thought I should have a few bayberry bushes in my landscape. These cuttings add a unique element to my table and coordinate with the bayberry I tucked in white pitchers on my sideboard.
What do you think of my festive Christmas table decor?
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I hope you enjoyed scrolling through these photos and picked up an idea or two for setting your own holiday table.
Dining Room Sources:
- Black Metal Sideboard
- White Dining Table
- Dining Chairs
- Wine Glasses
- Champagne Glasses
- Lamps, Art , Faux Fur Table Runner, Flatware – HomeGoods
And don’t forget, the Christmas table decor inspiration continues below. Be sure to take a look at how my fellow bloggers have decked their halls.