Get inspiration from eighteen home decor bloggers sharing their Holiday tablescapes in a variety to styles.
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Thanks so much to Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate for hosting this fabulous tour! Chloe is the queen of tablescapes! Her’s inspire me so much! I’m honored to be included and share mine. Find a full list of all participants and links at the bottom of this post.
If you are coming over from my friend Andrea’s of Design Morsels, I hope you enjoyed your trip to my home state of Texas! I love visiting Andrea’s house through her blog. Andrea and I actually got to meet in person last year, along with Chloe at a blogging retreat. These girls continue to inspire me!
You are now visiting our lakeside log cabin home in The Northwoods of Wisconsin where it’s a winter wonderland.
If you’ve followed me for a even a little while then you know plaid is my “favorite color” and I like to incorporate it into my decor in every season. This Christmas I styled a Mad for Plaid tablescape. I have plaid placemats, plaid trees in my centerpiece, plaid plates and even plaid glasses.
I found these pretty green plaid placemats at Hobby Lobby last year. I loved the green color and thought they worked well in the cabin other times besides Christmas too.
I love mixing plaids of different colors and different patterns.
I used three placemats down the middle of the table to be a runner.
I love to mix and match plates of different colors and patterns. I knew I wanted to use these plaid plates in my stack and then matched them with a red and white transferware pattern.
I found the plaid plates a few years ago at Pier 1. I typically keep my decor for a very long time, if not forever choosing pieces that stand the test of time. And plaids are a timeless pattern and will never go out of style.
These mini bread boards make a cute addition.
On top of the bread boards I added antique metal cups to use as a candle holder. I filled the bottom with fresh cranberries and then put a battery votive candle on top. It gave the whole table a soft glow.
These glasses are one of my favorite finds in the past few years. They are new, not vintage, but they are made by a favorite company for much of my vintage glassware, Anchor Hocking. I found them at Walmart. They are heavy and solid and sturdy and the pattern on them looks like a plaid.
Then I put a red and white stripped napkin inside the glass spilling out like a flower.
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Next up on the tour is The Sweet Sensations. I know you will love her Holiday table as much as I do!
Take the Tour
Celebrate and Decorate
Home is Where the Boat Is
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Me and My Captain
The Zucchini Sisters
Calypso in the Country
My Hubbard Home
Mantel and Table
Living With Thanksgiving
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Life and Linda
White Arrows Home
The Sweet Sensations