Deer plates and a quaint ceramic village with bottle brush trees create a modern country Christmas table setting for the holidays!
Welcome to the holiday edition of Styled + Set where a group of bloggers share a variety of entertaining ideas. Links to the other bloggers are at the end of the post. (This post contains affiliate links.)
Jamie at So Much Better with Age is the blogger before me in today’s loop. She has phenomenal French Country flair throughout her home.
Every year I think about what Christmas theme I’m going to choose for my home. This year I chose neutral holiday decor to match the recent changes to some of my rooms. For my Christmas table setting I pulled out my deer plates which I used a couple of years ago. The gray and brown tones of the plates go so well with a neutral Christmas palette.
The last time I used my deer plates in a holiday setting, I paired them with white dishes. I wanted a richer look this time around and found the perfect shade of dark gray plates at Crate and Barrel. Everything rests on light-stained wooden plate chargers.
My bronze and neutral Christmas tree twinkles in the background.
The Antiques sign in the dining room gets a soft green bough while my ceramic Christmas village takes center stage on the table. A new holiday sign graces the wall just above the Christmas table setting.
Faux fur pillows lend themselves perfectly to a neutral Christmas theme. A pair of furry ombre pillows from Pottery Barn soften the dining table bench seat.
Waterford goblets and tumblers add a little bit of glam. This is Waterford’s Marquis line which is less expensive than their true leaded crystal pieces. My mother had the real stuff, which is now in the home of my eldest daughter.
My new dining room rug pulls the entire Christmas table setting and room together. You can see the rest of my holiday home tour this Friday. I’m anxious to share it with you!
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Next up on the loop of today’s Styled + Set holiday tour is the talented Taryn Whiteaker. See the rest of today’s and this week’s bloggers below.
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