Today I’m sharing all the details on my nature inspired woodland Christmas tablescape!
Today I’ve teamed up with a group of talented stylists and bloggers to share my first room decorated for Christmas! We’re sharing holiday entertaining and tablescape ideas that will be sure to inspire you all for the holiday season. The tour is hosted by Lory from Designthusiasm and if you’re stopping from my friend Tamara’s tour at Citrine Living, welcome! Both ladies are so talented and I love all of their entertaining and styling tips!
Nature Inspired Tablescape
I went with a bit of a nature inspired coastal woodland theme for my Christmas tablescape this year. Which, in reality, probably doesn’t make much sense, but I love how it looks in our dining room! A mix of stripes, metallics, neutrals and pine trees.
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I bought my very first flocked tree this year, and I absolutely love it! The price was right and it is gorgeous in person. I was a bit skeptical when I first opened the box and it was smashed inside, but after a little bit of love, it couldn’t be more beautiful – and is fairly affordable considering the cost of most faux trees! I think it looks so perfect paired with my woven tree collar (similar here). The ‘O Come Let Us Adore Him’ canvas is from Lindsay Letters and is one of my favorites!
The little trees I used at the place setting are a bit wonky (they’re from the Target dollar section). But, I also thought they were cute and charming at the same time. They are an easy and affordable way to dress up each plate.
I’m loving this tree in a basket that I then loosely wrapped with these lights. I then placed it on this wood slice charger. It makes the perfect Christmas centerpiece at the table for the coastal woodland look I was going for.
I ordered a gorgeous flocked wreath that has a mix of traditional small lights and larger globe lights. It’s not battery operated, but it does work well over the hutch. I then hung it on the hutch with this plaid ribbon. I’m loving the look of both items here! Unfortunately our hutch is no longer available, but I recently shared a post on very similar reclaimed wood hutch alternatives.
I’m loving just how festive this space feels for the holidays!
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I hope you enjoyed my Christmas tablescape! The next stop on the tour is my friend Jen from Decor Gold Designs! From the preview I’ve seen, her space is stunning! Be sure to also stop at all the other blogs on the tour. So many great holiday decorating ideas!
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