Is anyone else in shock that it’s already December? Summer came to an end and suddenly it feels like Christmas-time, which is crazy!
After Wednesday’s post, I promised you prettier and styled photos of our new dining room hutch. So, I’ll get right to it!
I picked up the hutch a few weeks ago at Nebraska Furniture Mart on clearance. Unfortunately, it has since sold out, but for those curious it’s the Chimeneas Andover Bookcase (I can’t find it anywhere else online so NFM is seeing if they can get more in stock – I’ll keep you posted!).
In addition to the new hutch we got this past week, I styled a fun plaid Christmas tablescape to share with you today. If you’ve read here awhile, you know I love food, so when I plan a tablescape, I make sure there is plenty of room for what’s important: the food!
I picked up the navy plaid placemats at HomeGoods recently and they were the foundation for the look. I’m all about plaid and buffalo check this holiday season and I couldn’t resist buying them (especially so cheap).
As you can see, this year I’m going with bold colors and lots of plaid and buffalo check in my Christmas decor.
My Lindsay Letters ‘O Come Let us Adore Him’ adds such a beautiful graphic punch to the otherwise traditional room. I find myself becoming more and more obsessed with her pieces when the holidays approach. And this one completes our dining room! For those curious, mine is the white 30″x38″ with the white float frame.
I love the calming, yet preppy plaid vibe of our dining room this year. You can shop most of the pieces below.
I hope you enjoyed this holiday entertaining and dining room tour! For even more gorgeous inspiration, be sure to stop by Setting for Four next and then continue on to all of the other stops on the tour!
And in case you missed them, here are all of the other gorgeous holiday entertaining posts from earlier this week!
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