Celebrating The Season With Plaid Christmas Decor In My Breakfast Room

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 Create the perfect touch with easy and cheery plaid Christmas decor for a dining room or breakfast nook.

Welcome to my breakfast room all decked out with happy pops of red and white and plaid Christmas decor!

Dining room with red, white and plaid decorations.

Before we go any further, I also want to welcome you to the Celebrate Christmas bloghop hosted by my friend Leen at Sand Dollar Lane.  Leen has put together a fantastic group of over 25 of your favorite bloggers sharing home tours, diy gift ideas and tables and centerpieces!

If you’re coming over from Paula’s house at Virginia Sweet Pea, welcome! Isn’t her Christmas living room beautiful???  Take a full tour of the room HERE.  Paula is just the sweetest (yes, I actually know her!) and her home is filled with wonderful vintage treasures.  You can see the full lineup and get links to everyone else’s inspiration below!

Speaking of vintage, about the only thing vintage in my breakfast room is the bedroom dresser turned sideboard that I picked up at Salvation Army not too long after we completed our whole house remodel.  It was one of those pieces that I had to stand guard over until they could get it loaded in my car!

Shevles decorated for Christmas with a Christmas village and plaid dishes.

The diy shelves that I added above it are one of my favorite things in our breakfast room.  I have so much fun changing up the decor for every single season and holiday!

Sometimes coming up with something new several times a year can be a challenge, but this year, the decorations on my shelves was inspired by the cheery red Christmas houses that I had wired into my Christmas tree last year.

Open shelving unit in the dining room with a Christmas wreath, a little village and Christmas plates.

A piece of regular ole drapery interlining acts a blanket of fresh snow for my little pretend village.  Then I simply filled in around the houses with a few mini trees and a little truck holding a Christmas tree.  So stinkin’ cute!

Red Christmas village house on a bed of snow.

Red Christmas mini house on a bed of faux snow.

The top of the shelves are graced with a eucalyptus wreath that I attached a Merry Christmas sign to and a bow made of the same red striped Christmas ribbon that I used on my Christmas tree this year.  Wish I had more of that Christmas ribbon because I used it everywhere!

A eucalyptus wreath with a red and white bow on the wooden shelving unit.

The top of the sideboard holds a new plate rack that I ordered recently and is filled with some of my favorite Christmas dishes, especially the Christmas plaid ones.  You can find a link to the rack in my Favorite Home Decor Amazon Shop by clicking HERE.

Plate rack on top of sideboard filled with Christmas plaid dishes.

By the way, if you visit my Amazon storefront, you might want to take a peek around.  I have shops for my Favorite Christmas Finds, Favorite Christmas Entertaining Finds and even one for Christmas Storage FindsClick HERE to go shopping!

The Christas centerpiece on my table is a reflection of all the colors that I used on my open shelves.  I introduced yet another plaid Christmas pattern with the flannel covered buckets that are holding the mini Christmas trees.  I love to mix patterns! The trees themselves have another pop of pattern with black and white gingham checked ribbon that I tied to the branches.

Christmas centerpiece with mini trees in plaid containers and red lanterns.

Small lanterns on risers are filled with tiny boxwood trees instead of candles and cute little stand-up signs complete the centerpiece.

There is a wood and metal light fixture above the table.

To finish the room off, I added a holiday wreath in each of the windows in the bay area.  I attached them to the window frame with more of that awesome red and white striped ribbon and added a cute little plaid Christmas bell to the center of each one.

Large bay window with Christmas wreath in each window.

I hope you enjoyed this little tour of my breakfast room filled with some of my favorite plaid Christmas decor!

Dining room with red, white and plaid decorations.

Now head over to my friend Amy’s house at Atta Girl Says (yes, we’re really friends!) to take a Christmas tour of her home.  Click HERE to see her gorgeous home!

Christmas blogger tour.

Sand Dollar Lane  //  Aratari at Home  //  Postcards From the Ridge  //  Sweet Pea

 

A tour for bloggers showcasing their Christmas decor.

Worthing Court  //  Atta Girl Says  //  Sonya Burgess  //  Kippi at Home

 

A Santa head, pillows and blue glass with cranberries.

White Arrows Home  //  Cribbs Style  //  Dabbling & Decorating  //  One House 2 Barns

 

Christmas decor.

My Family Thyme  //  The February Fox  //  A Life Unfolding

 

Christmas gifts blogger tour.

My Wee Abode  //  The Tattered Pew  //  Thistlewood Farms

 

Gifts for Christmas tour.

Artsy Chicks Rule  //  2 Bees in a Pod  //  Zucchini Sisters (not shown)  //  The Little by Little Home

 

Christmas table tour.

The French Blue Cottage  //  Elizabeth Joan Designs  //  Joy in Our Home

 

Plaid plates on the table for Christmas.

Thistle Key Lane  //  Noting Grace

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22 Comments

  1. Lindsay Aratari says:

    This is gorgeous!! I love the wreaths on the windows!

  2. Looks great! I love classic red and green at Christmas! Great Job and Merry Christmas!!!!

  3. Suzy,

    It’s all so pretty! I love those window wreaths. Very festive.

    xx,
    Libbie

  4. Your breakfast room looks amazing, Suzy! I always like to see how you style your shelves seasonally and I love what you did for Christmas. The houses that were on your tree last year make an adorable village for the middle shelf and curtain interlining makes great snow. I’ll bet that the wreaths that you have hanging in your windows looks as good from the outside as they do from the inside. I hope that you have happy times in this pretty space with your family this Christmas.

  5. Such a lovely breakfast room! The wreaths on all the windows are such a show-stopper! And I love that you tied together the decor in your other rooms with the same ribbon. Great idea!

  6. Your Christmas breakfast room looks lovely, as always! You are one of my decor heroes, Suzy! Pinned!

  7. I love the full view of your breakfast room. Your windows are so pretty and the wreaths show up so well. Love all the plaid accents too, I can never get enough! Thank you for all the inspiration. Pinning!

  8. Your breakfast room decorations are so pretty Suzy! I love the mix of stripes and plaids. I know you have so much fun decorating those shelves!
    Thanks for being part of this hop!

  9. This just makes me happy- I love it! It feels like Mrs Claus’ breakfast room!

  10. I love everything! Plaid is my favorite and you have inspired me to add more to my holiday decor.
    Merry Christmas,
    Kippi

  11. Your home looks beautiful, Suzy! I love the little red houses and all of the plaid!

  12. I am loving all your Christmas plaid and your collection of Christmas plates. It was a great being on the hop with you. Merry Christmas.

  13. It all looks so pretty! I love the centerpiece and the red lanterns. I love your wreaths on the windows! Your shelves are styled so beautifully and I am swooning over your new plate rack and pretty Christmas plates! Always fun to hop with you!

  14. Your breakfast room looks great, so festive and colorful! Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  15. Suzy, your breakfast room makes me smile! The pops of red and white in the stripes and plaids are all so pretty! I love the addition of the bells to the window wreaths…they’re so fun and festive! It is so fun to be on this blog hop with you! Merry Christmas!

  16. Really cute ! Love all the wreaths in the window and love the feeder full of dishes ! Great job ! Merry Christmas !

  17. Suzy, I just loving those little red houses with the cute trees and truck surrounding them:)

  18. wow such a gorgeous set up for christmas ! one thing i didnt see was WHERE or HOW you got those beautiful creative red christmas houses!? please, i must know if you bought or made them and if you have a tutorial somewhere for making them?! merry christmas and happy holidays!

    1. Hi Jeanine. I found all of those red houses on Christmas clearance at Michael’s a couple of years ago.