Our Holiday Dining Room with Home Depot | A Vintage White Tablescape with a Unique Christmas Centerpiece
A festive holiday tablescape with vintage linens & greenery and a beautiful Christmas centerpiece.
I love working with the Home Depot, and am honored that they trusted me to create a warm and inviting space with their products. This post is sponsored by them, thank you Home Depot!
Last week I shared a small glimpse of our dining room with you, and today, I get to share the rest with you! I am having a moment with white, and have painted nearly everything white in our home. Living on a cattle ranch, it can be a difficult job to keep clean, but I’m on a serious #painttheworldwhite kick, so I decided that I would turn our dining room into a white winter wonderland.
I used pops of red and gold to compliment the white linens, and included lots and lots of foraged greens. I placed lilies and silver dollar eucalyptus in an old mercury glass vase to create a Christmas table centerpiece that made the entire room smell lovely. I think lilies are the only flower that can beat paperwhites for scent, and luckily lilies are nearly always available.
I also used vintage pieces from Elsie Green (the table cloth is actually a vintage sheet from France) along with inherited items to add character to the dining table. Those combined with the beautiful products from Home Depot, plus heaps of candles and foraged greens made my winter wonderland dreams come true.
What I haven’t shown you yet is the hanging wreath above the table, it is a true stunner, and couldn’t be easier to do! Head over to the Home Depot Blog to see the rest of the space and to find out how to hang a wreath over your dining table for a stunning Christmas centerpiece; simply click the link below!
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