Christmas Dining Table

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My theme for this years holiday decorating seems to be consistent:
Reuse what I already have, and keep it simple.
 
 
The table runner is a flannel hospital blanket, and the pine branches are from one of our trees.
 
 
I scattered around a few ornaments and added a few candles to the mix.
 
 
 Then topped it all off with a sap bucket filled with mums and a bright red poinsettia.
 
 
 
 Here’s a closer shot of the dishes, they are a log cabin pattern that I have had for years and use them every Christmas season.
 
 
 Holiday dining!!!
 
 
 
 
 
 
How do you set your Christmas table?
 
If you missed the Christmas Mantel you can find it Here.
 
 
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Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    Hi! You are my newest fav blog! Just love your outlook on everything!!! Pretty table and simple to do…LOVE IT!

  2. says

    I love this! So colorful yet cozy. I hope you are enjoying your holiday season and the process of watching it all come together.

  3. says

    It looks great dawn, can you come decorate mine now??

  4. says

    Dawn
    What a bright and shiney table. I love all the color and greenery. and, of course, your use of galvinized buckets!
    I just sent my husband out to get some for me today.

  5. says

    You are SO my kind of gal! Love the table!!!

  6. says

    Where has your blog been all this time? Oh, right here? Well, now that I’m here too I’m your newest follower! Love your sense of style.

  7. says

    Your dining room and table look wonderful, I love the outdoor feel and colors.
    Hugs, Cindy

  8. says

    You know how to mix traditional, festive Christmas colors with the fun, vintage colors so well, Dawn. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. says

    Your table looks so inviting. I love the dishes & the layering you did. Using the hospital blanket is sheer genius — it looks perfect with all your natural elements.
    xoxo, CAS

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