Today on Decorate With Us, we are all sharing our Christmas dining room table. Well, most of us are. Since I don’t have a formal dining room, I will be sharing an easy Christmas tablescape in my breakfast room!
Since my table is more informal I skipped the tablecloth and went straight to the centerpiece.
These reindeer had me from the moment I saw how cute they were from their color to their sweet white pinecone tails.
I found them at Walmart, but for the life of me couldn’t find the link.
The centerpiece’s foundation is a wooden tray, which makes it easy to move.
The red bottle brush trees came from Dollar Tree and are one of my favorites this year.
Christmas Place Setting
After my centerpiece, the next step is to create my place settings.
I started with the cutest white placemat with metallic red snowflakes.
Unfortunately, they are sold out where I found them, however if you want to pay 8 times what I paid for them you can follow the link.
Next, a gold leaf charger is the base for my Christmas plates.
A plaid tartan napkin with a gold napkin ring finish off the stack of plates.
I’m using two different glasses this year.
One is a red glitter stemless wine glass that can also double up for beverages like orange juice.
These glasses were made this year and have the surprise at the bottom of the glass.
If you missed it, you can see it here.
The larger red goblets are Blown Bubbled Goblets by Art Castle Decor.
This year I’m using my red plaid tartan napkins that I purchased last year.
Just place them in a gold napkin ring and they make the prettiest bow!
If you’ve followed me for very long then you know I love a fun, unusual placard or place card holder
This year I found these cute tiny cloches and knew I wanted to do something with them.
So I filled the cloches with tiny miniatures of Santas, Snowmen, red truck, trees ( all were from the Dollar Tree) and lots of fake snow.
The small cloches were placed in the center of the plates with name tags peaking out underneath them.
After adding my Southern Living at Home silverware my Christmas place settings were complete!
See how easy it was to create a fun, easy Christmas tablescape?
One last thing.
I added a wreath to my chandelier and hung snowflakes all over it.
The snowflakes also make great coasters on the table!
Christmas in the Breakfast Room
Here’s one last look at my breakfast room before you head on over to Corine’s and Terries to see their beautiful tables.
If you’d like to see the video on how I created this table, you can see it here.
Until next time….