Welcome! I’m so happy you stopped by for my Christmas Dining Room Decorations. You are in for a nice treat as we peruse all my holiday dining room decor.
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A big hello, if you are joining me from my dear friend, Ashley at Modern Glam. We have known each for a while now and she actually lives a couple of towns over from me. We first met at our local coffee shop to discuss blogging. As some of you know, I’ve been blogging for some time, and so with that, I have a few posts of different Christmas dining room decorations. Today, I’m sharing a few of my favorites with you.
So, let’s take a tour down memory lane. I find it interesting to look back at my past projects. It’s similar to when you look through photos and see all the different haircuts you had in the past! Let’s hope I don’t cringe as I do with past hairstyles.
First, stop on tour!
Vintage Pieces Make Great Table Decorations
This is my current Christmas table decor. In my dining room and bedroom, I love the pink decor. It is not the traditional red and green, and probably I lose points for that over on Instagram, but oh well, it’s my style and my current Christmas dining room decorations.
Our dining room is all about vintage decor this Christmas. I styled with vintage ornaments, plates, tablecloths, and an adorable white Christmas tree. I love that I rounded up all my existing decor and only had to buy the fresh white poinsettia.
Now, on to my next stop.
Create A Winter Wonderland With Your Christmas Trees
I had fun decorating my King of Christmas Prince Flocked Trees. They are quite stunning with all their beautiful white flocking. If you are interested in my tree review and how these trees look unlit and lit and how to assemble them, then check out my tree review.
By the way here is the link to the King of Christmas Prince Flocked Pencil Trees.
I made these fun Fleece Cone Trees that have gone a bit viral on Pinterest. They are super easy to make and just cost a few dollars. You can make them any color you want, and you can store and use them every year for your Christmas dining room decorations. And yes, that is fake snow that I covered the dining room table.
Now, our last stop on tour.
More Inspiration For Your Dining Room
This final stop on my tour is one of my favorites. It is a Christmas Home Night Tour! Here are my Christmas dining room decorations in which I was styling with more rich tones.
Here is a bit of a backstory about this arrangement. This floral design all started with the burgundy colored amaryllis, and every flower and greenery chosen considered these flowers. To tell the truth, I often have a plan in mind, and then once I’m at the San Francisco Flower Market, I latch onto a flower, and I go another direction. Don’t you love creativity?
Well, if you like flower arrangements and decorating, make sure to check out my private membership circle. I lead live tutorials on crafts, baking, and home decor.
Ok, thanks so much for your visit and I hope you have a great tour, and now off to Jennifer’s Christmas home, Town & Country Living.
PS: If you like crafting, decorating or baking I would love to have you join us in my private membership group.
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