Continuing the Christmas home tour with our dining room...
I kept the table-top simple, since we use it everyday for homeschool:
The kids appreciate this fun centerpiece of miniature reindeer in little 'snow globes' I made from our glassware.
These vintage napkins are ready for any occasion.
In the corner is our cupboard, decked out with a faux garland and nativity scene.
I like mixing vintage ironstone with sparkly elements here, and thought this handmade crochet garland would look sweet up top:
This is the first Christmas with our vintage shoe rack. I just added a pom-pom garland, greenery and some bottle-brush trees to make it festive.
I also added this sign I made from salvage wood & touched up with chalkboard paint:
Our homeschool storage dresser got decorated as well, and holds our Advent candle wreath on top:
A while back I fell in love with this chalkboard sign from 320Sycamore. I decided to replicate it on our chalkboard. A favorite verse for Christmas time:
Nearby I simply rested a wreath on our grain sack chair. It is a faux wreath that I embellished with real greenery. Easy!
Another easy touch was to add juniper sprigs, sparkly reindeer ornaments and vintage escutcheons to my pair of shutters leaning against the wall.
Lastly, greenery and pine cones were added to this corner.
Thanks for taking the tour here. I always appreciate your visits.
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