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Simple Christmas Tablescape

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Simple Christmas Tablescape

When it comes to tablescapes or place settings, I prefer to keep things simple. You can still have a beautiful table with little fuss or effort. Here is how I created a simple Christmas tablescape. 

My home is a 1908 Victorian in the heart of Atlanta. While I love all of the vintage features, the house does not have a dining room. Initially I used a spare bedroom as the dining room. You can see it HERE all decked out for Christmas. With the imminent arrival of Baby Bee, this room is now a nursery. Therefore the kitchen island serves as our dining table. The island is large and it works perfectly.

Set the Table

First, I clipped some nandina berries from my yard. They look beautiful in the center of the island. Caution – these berries are poisonous. Do not consume them in any way or place them on the dishes.

Next, I pulled out my Christmas china.

I inherited this Christmas china from my grandmother. Needless to say, I cherish them – and the memories they hold. The pattern is Charlton Hall by Kobe. You can see them at Replacements, LTD.

Adding a candle always adds a bit of glow and warmth.

Mom had Christmas napkins leftover from her art canvas decoupage ornaments. No need to fuss with cloth napkins. As I said, keep it simple and casual.

Even though there aren’t a lot of things on the table, it still looks beautiful and festive.

The pops of bright red definitely shine through for the holiday.

Isn’t it pretty? This simple Christmas tablescape is perfect for a casual dinner or a more formal meal. Do you like creating tablescapes for the holidays?

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