Christmas Home Tour Part 3

Merry Christmas!

Today is my final winter home tour! It’s the place we gather the most.

The Dining Room!

For my tablescape I made a natural table runner using dried sea oats grass. This ornamental grass was fairly inexpensive and I love it’s uniqueness. Fresh garland was added, pinecones and some dried red berries for some contrast. I also placed some wine corks here and there. The wine corks Dale and I have collected over the years and have dates written with a sharpie of special occasions. I thought this would make a good conversational piece.

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I bought some mini red and white roses and put them in clear glass jars. They look beautiful with my natural table runner.

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The dishes you see are Better Homes & Gardens, Heritage Collection. I purchased at Wal-Mart. The gold ware I’ve had for years and use them every holiday.

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The MERRY cloth napkins are Mud Pie, purchased at a little shop in Sealy, Bliss.

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Christmas Tree bread & butter plate.

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Heritage Collection offers four different picture bread butter plates, Christmas Tree, Snowman, Vintage Car, and a Deer, not shown.

Christmas Dining Room

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Tip: The mini roses are less expensive and you get more flowers than the regular single stem roses.

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Natural Table Runner from nature.

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I decorated the Christmas tree with the traditional colors.

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Thank you so much for stopping by!

Dale and I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

“Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you he is the Messiah the Lord.” Luke 2:11 












10 thoughts on “Christmas Home Tour Part 3

  1. Hope you had a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Your home is lovely but I am curious, do you not have a living room or den in your home?


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