Hey, y’all! Have you had enough of our Christmas decor yet?? I really hope not, because I’m back today to share our farmhouse Christmas dining room and table. Once again, I’ve linked up with some talented ladies to bring you even more holiday inspiration. Their blog posts are included at the end so be sure to check them out!
Keeping with the rustic farmhouse theme I used throughout the rest of our house, I wanted to include some vintage charm and lots of natural elements into our dining room. I have Christmas dishes from my mom, which you can see in last year’s Christmas dining room. However, they are a little more on the traditional side, so I decided to look for something else to use this year. That’s when I stumbled upon these darling dishes at Walmart. The combination of vintage and rustic were perfect for what I had in mind!
I layered them with my jute placemats, red chargers and our everyday dishes. (Yes, we really do use them everyday. It was the best wedding registry decision I made!) A red napkin folded in between the dinner and salad plates adds just the right pop of red.
I wanted something simple, yet rustic for our centerpiece. I anchored it with this darling grain sack inspired runner from the dollar spot at Target. If you want to add a farmhouse vibe to any room…grain sack is the way to go! Next, I added this wood bowl that I actually scored for a song at Goodwill. White pillar candles tied up with twine and fresh cranberries completed the top.
Around the base, I layered clippings from our fresh garland with faux red berries, pinecones and a few cinnamon sticks. I love the rustic, natural elements combined with the vintage feel of the plates.
On our antique dresser, I kept things rustic and simple with a few small trees, my vintage scale and DIY christmas house.
Once again, I put a Christmas tree in our dining room. We actually have three full sized trees up! It sounds crazy, but every room that has one is so magical and thats part of the charm of Christmas, right? I decorated this one with simple burlap ribbon, ball ornaments in traditional colors, and small bows out of plaid ribbon.
My parents always include a single red ribbon tied into a bow on their tree as a reminder of their first Christmas as a married couple. They were so broke, they couldn’t afford any ornaments so they cut up ribbon and tied it on their little Charlie Brown tree. This is my nod to that sweet tradition they unknowingly started 30 years ago.
I hope y’all have enjoyed seeing our little dining room all dressed up for Christmas! You can see our full Christmas home tour HERE and our Christmas bedroom HERE. Be sure to check out the lovely ladies linked up below. Their homes are gorgeous, and I know you’ll love them as much as I do!
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