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Yesterday I shared our Christmas Kitchen and Dining Room, and today I’m here with another wildly talented group of ladies to share our Christmas Tablescapes with you, hosted by my sweet friend Shannon from AKA Design! I didn’t do anything to crazy this year and mainly just used stuff I had from around the house! I hope you enjoy our Christmas Village Holiday Tablescape!
I really wanted to incorporate the painted Christmas Village Houses I created as bookends a few years ago, but I wanted to use garland in the center of the table as well. And so I decided to simply place them on the plates for a fun little feature.
Then I just used a simple faux garland as my centerpiece on the table.
I placed just a simple piece of ribbon to separate the Christmas Village House from the plate, and to add a little pop of red!
My theme this year seems to be neutrals and natural elements with a pop of red.
No matter how hard I try, every Christmas always includes a little red in our home!
Christmas Village Holiday Tablescape
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Thanks so much for stopping by today! Please don’t forget to tour the other Christmas Tablescapes to get you fully inspired!
Top to Bottom, Left to Right:
Shannon from AKA Design | Shayna from The Wood Grain Cottage
Sara from Twelve on Main | Ashley from Cherished Bliss
Courtenay from The Creekline House | Thalita from The Learner Observer
Shannon | AKA Design says
I love your table, Ashley! It looks perfectly festive! So happy to have you join the tablescape hop!
What a fabulous tables cape makeover Ashley! Such a cute table Krista! I love those wreath and of course the plaid! ???? Happy Christmas
Sara syrett says
Ashley I love your table! Those little white homes are so perfect on the plates! The whole space is beautiful and understated and I love the pops of red.
i love your comfy look.
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