Hi everyone, it is so good to finally be home! I am so glad that I had the foresight to decorate this table very early. I knew the kitchen reno was going to happen and make lots of dust and mess so I set this early and took the pictures. Then I put it all away before the mess began. Of course as the kitchen reno was being done we got called away unexpectedly for a week and I feel so very behind on everything. I'm patting myself on the back for at least having this holiday table to ready to share today as part of the Styled and Set tour hosted by Lory at Designthusiasm. If you just came from Randi's of Randi Garrett Design, welcome. She always sets stunning tables. If you are new here I hope you will come back and visit again.
My table is very traditional this year using everything I already had on hand with a couple of new additions.
I love using boughs of greenery at Christmas. I used a vintage grain sack as the base and then layered the greenery.
Ornaments, feathers, French yogurt jars with candles, and pomegranates add a mix of glam and rustic.
I used plates from my stash set upon new gold chargers from HomeGoods.
Very old plates I purchased at Target years ago.
I wanted to add monogrammed napkins so I found these on Etsy and I love them.
I have had the glass hurricane for years and filled it with faux cranberries and a flickering candle.
Brown pheasants, that we will pretend are partridges, finish the centerpiece.
I hope you will take time to visit Yvonne at Stone Gable next. I know you won't be disappointed and for even more inspiration check the links below.
If you missed Monday's posts:
Designthusiasm | Decor Gold Designs | My Soulful Home Kelley Nan | Driven by Decor | The Enchanted Home
If you missed Tuesday's posts:
Shabbyfufu | CitrineLiving | French Country Cottage Maison Decor | Sand and Sisal | Town and Country Living
If you missed Wednesday's posts:
Bless'er House | Cedar Hill Farmhouse | Design, Dining and Diapers Maison de Pax | So Much Better With Age | Zevy Joy
On Sutton Place | Finding Home Farms | Life On Virginia Street Setting for Four | Sunny Side Up | The Wood Grain Cottage