Decorating the Dining Room for Christmas

My Christmas decorating this year is on the minimalist side.  Some greens cut from the yard, candy canes with blue wool bows and some shells are what I came up with this year.  I had grand plans, but in the end simple won.  It usually does.

I draped some woven place mats over the backs of the white chairs to add some color.

 Somehow blue kept coming up in the color mix.  It is not a traditional Christmas color.  It just sort of happened and I went with it.

I’m calling it Americana meets the seaside …

and a bright green cupboard.

 It’s eclectic.

Linking with:

DIY by Design

No Minimalist Here

Stone Gable

House of Hepworths

Common Ground

Craftberry Bush

Sand and Sisal

Funky Junk Interiors

Beneath My Heart

Savvy Southern Style

Thrifty Decor Chick

The Lettered Cottage

Inspired by Charm

Comments

  1. Cindy says

    This is perfect! I have declared this year a “simple” year, and hope I can follow through. I just discovered your blog, and have loved everything you have done! I look forward to gleaning more ideas:) Thanks so much for sharing!!

  2. says

    If I do any decorating at all this year it will definitely be a minilimist style. I like your idea of fresh greens, and your green cupboard is still one of my all time favorites!

  3. says

    Beautiful. Just beautiful. Less is certainly more, and I love this. I have not done much decorating at all, but have been thinking simple, simple, simple for days. You just can’t go wrong. I love the candy cane tree. Brava!
    Nancy

  4. says

    Found you at Savvy Southern Style’s Wow US Wednesday. I am following now. I love everything about your style! This just gorgeous. Right out of a magazine.
    Karen

  5. says

    I LOVE your home and the colors you used for your Christmas decorating……..I have always been a red, white and blue fan….can’t go wrong with the colors of the flag!!!

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