Holiday Home Tour: Christmas Tablescape

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Over the next couple weeks, I’ll be sharing the White and Woodgrain Holiday Home Tour here on the blog. Each post in the series will feature a different look / vignette around our home. I’ve been working so hard to deck these halls, and I’m very excited to kick off the tour today! For the first post in the tour, I present to you our Christmas tablescape…

christmas tablescape with red plaid tablecloth, candles, and fresh greenery

All the elements I used to create this look were items I already owned! I wanted to show that you don’t have to go out and buy all new decor to create a festive look for the holidays. However, if you are looking to recreate this look in your own home and would like help finding some of the pieces, I’ll include a few links to similar items at the end of this post!

christmas tablescape with red plaid tablecloth, candles, and fresh greenery

For the first layer of our Christmas tablescape, I started with a beautiful and festive Ralph Lauren throw I bought a year or two ago. The red plaid screams Christmas, but it’s a classic print that can blend in with most any Holiday decor! Is it a blanket or a tablecloth? You decide… I’ve used this as both!

holiday centerpiece with tapered white candles and fresh greenery

Next I added this extendable, tiered, candle holder topped with simple, tapered, white candles. I believe I actually found this at Home Goods a while back. I recommend using your lighter to melt the base of your candles before adding them to the candle holder. They’ll mold to the form and will be more secure when you light them!

fresh cedar greenery mixed with foliage and red berries
fresh cedar greenery mixed with foliage and red berries in a Christmas tablescape

After the candles were in place, I tucked in bits of fresh cedar greenery and another type of branches with red “berries” around the base of the candlesticks. All this beautiful greenery came from trees around the farm making this a very budget friendly addition to our tablescape. I love fresh greenery, but fresh greenery courtesy of the backyard takes the cake!

holiday greenery centerpiece

The last and final step was tucking some fairy lights into the greenery for an added glow and a little sparkle. I like the ones with the copper colored wire, but any fairy lights will do!

christmas tablescape with fresh greenery and candles, and cane back dining chairs

I love how our Christmas tablescape came together this year! It’s a simple, classic look, but still very festive!! If you’re looking to add to your holiday decor and want to re-create this look… keep scrolling!

christmas tablescape with red plaid tablecloth, candles, and fresh greenery
trestle table decorated for Christmas with red plaid tablecloth, greenery and candles

I’ve added shoppable photos below of similar items to help you re-create this look in your own home! To shop these items, all you have to do is click on any of the photos below. Thanks so much for stopping by and following along… Be sure to check back in for more updates to our Holiday Home Tour!

classic farmhouse Christmas tablescape

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4 Comments

  1. I enjoyed your post. It helped to see that creating a centerpiece for Christmas can be easy to do.

    1. Well thanks Pat! Glad it inspired you πŸ™‚

  2. What a beautiful tablescape! I so appreciate you laying out theaters for creating a simple, yet festive, tablescape! Before, I pictured the dΓ©cor coming from the place settings and place cards, but now I see how I can use a simple place setting with a festive tablecloth and centerpiece to achieve a beautiful table, as well. I’m so excited to try it, myself. πŸ™πŸ½πŸ˜Š

    1. Well thank you! That’s so sweet, and I am so glad you liked it! We are paper plate people during the holidays, but I love a nice festive centerpiece for decor! πŸ™‚

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