It’s the most wonderful time of the year, with much mistletoeing and parties for hosting.
How do you decorate your table for the season? Formal and elegant?
Or are you like me – buffet style, make yourself at home while creating a space that will allow the conversation to linger.
That’s my hope for this Denim and Burlap Christmas Tablescape this year.
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Kendra from Joy in Our Home has gathered together some amazing bloggers to share their Holiday rooms this year and I’m so excited to be able to participate.
If you’re popping in from Celebrate and Decorate, welcome to my home! Chloe has such a gift with tablescapes and I love the traditional styling she showcased today, don’t you? I hope you enjoy this cozy and casual tablescape!
Denim and Burlap Christmas Tablescape
The perfect pair of blue jeans. Broken in. Fits just right – there’s nothing cozier to me. I wanted to invoke that feeling while sitting at the table this Christmas.
Just a spot to kick back, relax, and refill your plates as we sit and laugh and share special moments.
That’s what I want this season. Here’s how I hope my table reflects that sentiment.
It all started with these denim napkins from Walmart.
That gold piping made it look so rustic and I loved how soft they were.
I paired with with these blue pottery dishes sitting on top of some burlap chargers.
For the centerpiece, I created a custom arrangement using a mixture of greenery, burlap, denim and mercury glass.
Additionally, I tucked leaves here and there from greenery stems I had on hand.
So, this is relatively simple and hopefully cozy enough to allow the conversation to linger.
I updated my tin snowman with a touch of denim as well to match the rest of my theme.
Materials to recreate this Denim and
Burlap Christmas Tablescape
So, next on this tour of Christmas tablescapes is Jenn and Vicki from 2 Bees in a Pod – you will love their Christmas Village tablescape! And for more inspiration – simply visit each blogger below where they share their Mantels, Vignettes, Recipes, and Porches – all brimming with loads of Christmas inspiration, of course!