It’s the most wonderful time of the year and time to share my woodsy Christmas tablescape with you. My dinnerware was a gift from my late father-in-law. I love the dishes so much that I use pieces of the set every single year. This year I am pairing the dishes with new plaid plates, a DIY plaid runner, and some decor for a woodsy Christmas tablescape.
I am so excited to be part of this Christmas Table Home Tour where a group of bloggers are sharing how they decorate their tables for the holidays. Thankful for Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate for including me in this tour. Visiting home tours is enjoyable because I usually find inspiration for my home and we hope you find some inspiration for your home!
My inspiration for my table are these woodsy Christmas plates that my late father-in-law picked out for us as our gift for our first Christmas together. They came from Target and I use pieces of this set and pair them with something different every year. This year I am pairing the salad plates with these awesome plaid plates from HomeGoods. Don’t tell anyone that the plaid plates are plastic. I don’t mind purchasing plastic when I can because they are easier to store.
I can’t afford to purchase everything for my table all at once so I try to use items that I already have, thrifted items, and a few items purchased new.
The napkins were found at HomeGoods and I used some gold chargers that I found at a thrift store. I would love to have new placemats but they were not in the budget.
The acorns were purchased a few years ago from a thrift store. They look perfect in a dough bowl for a woodsy Christmas table centerpiece.
I used two flocked trees that I found at HomeGoods for the centerpiece also.
I made all the wreaths for the backs of the chairs from a Dollar Store garland and some ribbon. Pretty cheap decor right here!
A rustic and woodsy feel is what I am going for and I am pretty happy with the woodsy Christmas table. Don’t forget to check out the other blogger’s tables and I hope you get some DIY ideas and some inspiration from our tables.