I thought I would change out my china this year for the Christmas table . .
~ ~ but I love it so much that I used it again this year.
My Lenox Holiday Tartan.
If I am feeling energetic, I may try another tablescape later
For today, the table is set, a “greenscape” . .
~ ~ a little less sparkle and a little more green this year.
The tree of fruit stems and garlands sits in the corner as it did the years past.
I placed a garland of greenery and added topiaries, cardinals (our state bird), ornaments and candles.
~ ~ the bird has such a serious look!
The place setting of Lenox Holiday Tartan . .
~ ~ Green charger by Franciscan.
A gift package ornament is placed on the napkin . .
~ ~ it is filled with a “surprise” that my granddaughter has placed in it.
We were told “not to peek”!!
I utilized the bread and butter plate as a “coaster” for the stemware.
A beaded pear is placed in a vintage sherbet/custard glass.
I also used the same glen plaid table runner that was on the table for Thanksgiving.
Taking you around the room . .
A new Pottery Barn “winter birds” pillow sits on the antique bench I purchased at the Country Living Fair.
The tree in a “different lights”
A wreath of guilded and beaded fruit and ribbon.
The vignette on top of the dining room hutch..
~ ~ just added a couple of stems of silvery green leaves.
I placed an ornament “upside down” in a silver creamer . . it resembled a “tree”
A vignette of trees of fruit and a Byers Choice Caroler.
A few more rooms to be “fluffed” for the holidays ..
~ ~ definitely “trying” to keep the decor more simple this year . .
Thanks for visiting ~ ~ Have a beautiful day!!
I am joining:
Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday