Christmas Dining Room

12.12.2014

The dining room is decorated much more simply than years past. I am not hosting a dinner this year so I did not set the table.

I created a simple centerpiece on the table using my vintage berry crate filled with snow and three small flocked trees.



A silver revere bowl filled with pine cones and cranberries sits on a grain sack in the morning light.



The trees did not come flocked, but I used a couple of the easy methods found here.

Some pine cones and bits of greenery were added to the ironstone in the hutch.












Gosh, Christmas is less than two weeks away and I have barely shopped, haven't wrapped a thing, and have much more to share.

Past Christmas dining rooms:
2013
2012
2011
2010

Happy Friday and have a super weekend!

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38 comments:

  1. I love your simple dining room Christmas decor! Honestly, with so much eye candy to look at, a few thoughtfully placed sprigs of green and those adorable trees in the center of the table is all the room needed! Merry Christmas, my dear friend! xo

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  2. Hi Kimmie! Your dining room looks so lovely! It's simple but elegant too. Love your bowl with the pine cones and berries. Now get out and hit the shops! ;)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  3. Simply divine as always. Those trees are perfection!

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  4. It all looks wonderful, Kim. I also saw your sitting room. Love it!

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  5. It all looks lovely Kim, have a Merry Christmas.

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  6. Your little flocked trees look cute in the center of your table.

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  7. I really like your centerpiece!!
    Mary Alice

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  8. Beautiful ! Love your little flocked trees !

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  9. So pretty. I love the row of little trees on the table, and your hutch is dressed beautifully.

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  10. Beautiful Kim . Luv the simplicity of your centerpiece.
    I haven't done much shopping , and absolutely no wrapping either. :(

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  11. Your blog and home is charming! And rice pudding... my mom use to make that, loved it. So glad I found your blog. All the best, Rié | Portobello Design Blog

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  12. Very pretty Kim, your hutch is pretty too.

    Cindy

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  13. I love the fresh greens in the ironstone. Everything is so pretty! I am with you on the shopping/wrapping! I am so far behind this year. Of course, I am sitting here on the computer instead of getting it all done...
    Cheers- Shelley

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  14. I love simple Kim ... looks lovely. Love the trees in the crate. Have a great weekend.
    Patty@thatssopretty

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  15. Beautiful Kim. I love the trees on the table.

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  16. danke für die wunderschönen inspirationen, liebe grüße von angie und einen schönen freitag!!!

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  17. It looks beautiful Kim. I have only purchased 3 gifts myself so I have to get going too!

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  18. love the beauty and simplicity, Kim. wonderful how Ironstone goes with every season and Holiday!

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  19. Oh I love how your hutch is decorated, and adore your little trees in the wood crate. And the embroidered grain sack...sigh....

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  20. Sooooo pretty! Love the tree in the crate! I am coming over!!

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  21. I hope I do not have to sit in the Revere bowl. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!! Happy Dining!

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  22. Next year for a Christmas home tour, if I had a ton of money, I would have a different blogger arrive each week to decorate my house for Christmas. At the top of my list of guest decorators would be you and Mary Alice of Chateau Chic. Wouldn't that be fun!

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  23. Love all of your designs - especially the ironstone. Is it antique? English? Would love to start my own collection! Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year. You're one of my favorite bloggers!

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  24. So beautiful Kim! I love the centerpiece. Flocking makes my heart beat faster ;)
    Happy Holidays!!! ~Shannon

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  25. Kim, I like the simple look. Greens with the white ironstone makes a beautiful statement. You did a fabulous job.

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  26. Oh my gosh! I just love looking at all of your ironstone! I still have not flocked the trees that I intended to, nor have I shopped for anyone! But I'll take care of all of that tomorrow (that song is filling my head right now!)

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  27. Beautiful!! I love everything you do!!
    Merry Christmas!
    Debbie

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  28. Simple and gorgeous Kim. I love the way the sun comes in that room. So warm and bright.
    Have a great week end.
    Kris

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  29. This looks so beautiful, Kim! LOVE the trees in the crate. I might have to try my hand at flocking!!!

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  30. your dining room is always so beautiful. the lighting in that space is perfect. I hope you have a great weekend.

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  31. Soooo pretty, deserves to be in another magazine cover Kim!

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  32. Love, love the dining room....you can take it right into Winter!....Haven't shopped but a few things on Amazon...no wrapping either...parties to get ready for next week and Christmas cards to get and write..so I will be one of those shoppers out there on Christmas Eve!!!...

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  33. Sometimes simple is better. Love your centerpiece and I'm in love with all your ironstone! The grain sack caught my eye - so pretty!

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  34. I like that very simple centerpiece. It looks very Scandinavian somehow and it's exactly what I'm drawned to lately.

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  35. Beautiful centerpiece!

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