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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

My Dining Room At Christmas


It’s a very neutral palette for me this year.  I’m using a winter white background with pops of candy apple green used sparingly.  Fresh greens and burlap add texture.


The tablescape is very simple using only an antique French dough box dressed with candles and fresh greenery and a pair of deer that have been freshly spray painted in gloss white and spiffed up with glitter bows.


My two favorite pieces are the ceramic deer head and the white pom-pom wreath.  Both came from Target and I think they look very high-end even though they were inexpensive. (I just realized when I shot these photos I hadn’t added the white pillar candles to the hurricanes, lol)


A simple boxwood wreath adds a touch of elegance.



I also found this awesome white nutcracker at Target this year.  I already had the green feather trees.



I used a quilted boutis white runner.








It is a very different look for me this year.  It’s taken the family some time to get used to it.  I think they are still wondering where all the bows and red color have gone.  I’m not sure they “get” it.
But I like it and I know you all “get” it.

Merry Christmas,

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Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Kim, your dining room decor is simply elegant! I love your white deer and the touches of greenery. Your family sounds like mine. When I didn't pull out ALL of the usual fanfare, they were like, "Where's the rest?!" LOL!

Chubby Chieque said...

Hello Kim,

Looking at your dining room? It really impressive!!! Looks like in a magazine.

I so LOVE the simple & the elegance.

Great job.

/CC girl

Michele said...

Funny, cuz this is one of the few years I brought in any red - go figure. We gals gotta change all the time, don't we?

You know this room looks absolutely fabo, Kim, but you know what I would change? I see your dough bowl pillar candles over on the table with the ceramic deer head, and I see ivory candles, same size, wrapped in tea-stained old Christmas music paper and tied with a skinny twine string.

Just sayin. The gold doesn't want to play there for some reason. Hope it's ok I said this publically? My heart is sincerely in the right spot and mean NO disrespect whatsoever. I ♥.

Looks awesome, great job.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Sooooo pretty. I love the pops of green against the neutral.

Unknown said...

It all looks lovely and Elegant Kim!

Becca Bertotti said...

Gorgeous Christmas dining room! I love the deer head and how you nestled him in the wreath ... perfect centerpiece for your lovely buffet. And, your centerpiece on the table is gorgeous! Happy Holidays!

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Simply beautiful, elegant, and welcoming.

Karen said...

Its so beautiful, love the greens and white and all of the pretty white reindeer.

Olive said...

I love the white deer. Very elegant and chic. My package arrived and I love everything so much. xo, olive

pam {simple details} said...

Beautiful winter white decor, Kim! The deer are gorgeous with the greenery! Merry Christmas!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Beautiful Kim! I love the pops of apple green!

Ally said...

Beautiful! Love your accents & just timeless decor! I'm Ally from over at Home by Ally. (www.homebyally.blogspot.com) I hope you can stop by soon and visit! XOXO


Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Simply stunning and so elegant. Love your reindeer. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, marty

Dianne said...

Exquisite and stylish ... white with apple-green is such a fresh combination
Wishing you a wonderful Christmas-time.

"All Things French"

Bethany@http://thislittleestate.blogspot.ca/ said...

Simple and gorgeous! I love the natural colours you used in your dining room and that gorgeous wreath!! I am in love with it!!!


Maria Elena said...

It is beautiful! Your dinning room looks stunning! Happy Holidays!

Laurel Elizabeth Lillian said...

Is this Wool Skein paint in your dining room as well?

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