An elegant Christmas dining room filled with teal decor, a lush tablescape and snowy flocked trees.
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Allow me to welcome you to the Holiday Progressive Tablescape, Dinner and Entertaining Tips blog tour! If you’re coming over from Maui In My Heart, I’m so happy to have you over for a visit to Worthing Court! Didn’t you just love Debbie’s table?
Let me show you around my Christmas dining room. To say that I’m swooning over the decorations in here this season would be an understatement! To me, this is the most magical room at Worthing Court this year. For my family, the rest of the house is decorated with Christmas red, white and green, but I claim the dining room as my own! I tend to treat it as a more elegant space and the decorations in here this Christmas certainly reflect that.
The inspiration for the entire room came from my gorgeous new flocked tree! As soon as I opened the box to its snowy goodness, I knew right away that teal would be my color of choice for the decorations on it.
The star of the show is definitely the table! I created a tablescape that is every bit as lush and full as the tree and is reminiscent of a walk in a snowy forest filled with sweet smelling cedar and pine.
The thick mix of artificial greenery in the garland is another reminder of walking in the woods where the ground is a soft blanket of fallen leaves and branches.
The garland originally had bunches of red berries in it, but I cut them out and added a few sprigs of juniper-look berries from a spray that I cut apart.
Christmas and candlelight go hand-in-hand during this season, especially when it glows and sparkles in mercury glass votives.
Placemats that are cut from faux fur yardage set the snowy scene. Each placemat measures 21″ x 18″ and is turned sideways so that a few inches hang below the surface of the table, giving the edges of the table a soft and cozy vibe.
Silverware is gathered together and tied with a combination of teal and gray and white striped ribbon. The teal napkins are loosely gathered and adorned with vintage silver napkin rings. Don’t you love the sweet pompom detail along the edge?
The dining room table puts on quite the show, so the decor on my sideboard is kept on the simple side. My vintage shelf is decorated with candlesticks and gray candles that flank a eucalyptus wreath hanging in a tobacco basket. I tucked a few shimmery leaves into the wreath to dress it up for Christmas. A pair of mini flocked trees act as bookends to the snowy pine garland on the top of the sideboard.
Normally, the lanterns contain a large white candle and the baskets below them are filled with seasonal plates. But this year, I hung a simple frosted candle ring on the front of each basket and filled each lantern with a teal vase and eucalyptus leaves.
Thank you for coming by for a visit today! Next, head over to Lemons To Lovelys for more amazing dining inspiration!