Welcome! Yesterday, I shared the details of a very merry plaid Christmas tablescape and today I’m back to share more of our Christmas dining room.
I always love to share some wide angle shots so you can see how the kitchen, dining room and living room all flow together. While they are separate rooms, it is very open and there is line of sight from the kitchen through to the living room.
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On the flip side, that means all three rooms need to coordinate and work together. I use traditional red and green, with white, gold and silver accents for my Christmas decor. Every time I see neutral Christmas decor, it’s so pretty, but when it comes to my home, it doesn’t feel right without a pop of red.
In full disclosure, I took some of these pics on different days, about a week apart. You’ll see I added some faux garland to the wine rack, along with some battery-operated twinkle lights. The centerpiece also changed slightly because the hydrangea wilted, but the greenery is still going strong!
On the buffet, I used my Nora Fleming platter and filled it with some faux greenery purchased at the end of last season. And more red ornaments (shocking, I know!). The sparkling berry wreath is Pier 1 purchase from a few years ago.
I’m thinking this piece may get a makeover soon, but we shall see.
On the two mirrors in the dining room, I hung two mercury glass ornaments from some red ribbon for just a little extra sparkle.
And here’s one more shot looking back towards the Christmas tree. My husband gets home before me most days, and he always turns on all the Christmas lights in the house. When I get home, it’s so festive to walk into a room full of sparkle and shine.
On Monday, I’ll be sharing a Christmas tree tour, and then full tours of the living room, kitchen, our front porch, and even our master bedroom. (Can you tell that Bogey was over me taking pics? He was ready for me to sit down and cuddle).