Sunday, December 11, 2016

Rustic Glam Christmas Table

I love setting the table and I look forward to setting my Christmas table every year.  I try not to do the same thing but I love my Christmas punch bowl so much that it will probably be the centerpiece for many years!
This year I was going for a rustic glam look - not so fussy but not so rustic that you will get tetanus!  The natural wood table and fresh noble fir clippings make it rustic.  The crystal goblets add a touch of glam! 
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Rustic Glam Christmas Table
I loved my table from last year, but after the kitty cat broke my tulipiere playing with a tablecloth, I have shied away from using my Christmas tablecloth this year!

Rustic Glam Christmas Table
The Christmas china is by Juliska - "Winter Frolic".
Rustic Glam Christmas Table
The tartan chargers I got at Williams Sonoma on a wild goose chase last year trying to track down 12 of them! 
Rustic Glam Christmas Table
My new little handmade spice topiaries... I think I'll do a separate post on them later! 
Rustic Glam Christmas Table
A birds eye view...
Rustic Glam Christmas Table
I love shooting Christmas trees at night.  I actually love this one in the dining room because the dining room is usually so dark. 
Rustic Glam Christmas Table
A little birdie is tucked into the greenery. 
Rustic Glam Christmas Table
A look from afar... I lit the candles! 
Rustic Glam Christmas Table
Do you ever dine by candle light?  I suggest trying it if you don't... it takes an ordinary meal into an extraordinary one! 

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7 comments:

  1. Your Christmas table is beautiful with the punchbowl and coordinating plates. I see why your punchbowl will probably be your centerpiece for several years. It is gorgeous.

    Joyeux Noël,
    Judith

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    1. oh, I thought Ir replied to your comment earlier but I guess it didn't keep! Thank you so much, I will probably fill the punchbowl with something different next year!

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  2. Angelina, Your Christmas table and dining room are gorgeous! And I would use that beautiful bowl every year, too! I wish we had that much room to seat everybody. It all looks beautiful!
    love and blessings~
    Lynda @ Gates of Crystal

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    1. Well, guess what... so this room is actually the formal living room. But we switched the formal living room and the final dining room around... so that way we could put a big table in there! Only problem is, there is no chandelier so it is a bit dark in there, so we actually frequently dine by candlelight in there because we HAVE to in order to have enough light!

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  3. I adore this table Angelina! I did a very similar one a bit ago - with toile and plaid together, too! Love the plaid napkins too:)

    Sheila
    xo

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