Christmas in our Dining Room

    It is looking like Christmas at our home and today I am sharing our dining room.

    We have a simple country look all year in our dining room. For Christmas decor I added greenery and natural elements, shiny and glass ornaments and candleholders, ribbons and burlap. Our dining room is visible from the front entry and open to the living room so I kept the colours and textures of our holiday decor in these areas consistent: whites, creams, browns and tans, silver and shades of blue, mixing natural elements like greenery, wood and pinecones with shiny and sparkly.

    I adore my white dishes and keep this black pine Mennonite cabinet (and our kitchen cupboard and buffet and hutch) filled with many pieces. Crocheted and vintage linens are also things I love to collect, so little bits show up in most of my photos.

    The little star hanging on the knob is made of battenburg textile and I added some pinecones and aromatic cedar to the cabinet.

    I shared more photos and details of the dining table vignette here. 

    The ornaments in the window were shared here. We already had all of the items used in our dining room Christmas decor, except for a $4 package of the little blue glass ornaments on the table and the greenery. We woke up to beautiful sunshine today so I was able to take lots of photos that I will be sharing in the upcoming week. Wishing you a great weekend!

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