Hello and welcome to our Styled + Set Holiday Entertaining Blog Tour! I am excited to be joining some of my favorite bloggers this week to bring you holiday entertaining ideas. Lory from Designthusiasm, is our host and has gathered an amazing group. For those of you visiting from Life on Virginia Street, welcome! Isn’t Sarah’s dining room gorgeous? The links for all of the participants can be found at the bottom of my post. I hope you will visit all of these talented ladies!
Ever since I was a young child, I cherished spending long hours chatting with loved ones in the dining room. I always keep this in mind when decorating our dining room for Christmas.
The dining room is where we connect. It is where memories are made. My goal is to create a beautiful, inviting space that will inspire our guests to choose to linger.
A thoughtfully styled dining room can make your whole home feel more inviting.
Today, I want to share my best dining room styling tips with you.
Glass goblets are elegant and beautiful. They add a bit of glamour and sparkle. Try leaving them on a sideboard or a bar cart for easy access and enjoy the extra amount of holiday glam they bring to your dining room.
The gold rimmed champagne glasses are by Vietri. I love the height they add and they are the perfect example of glassware that brings glam to your dining room.
Ornaments aren’t just for the tree. Add a few on any surface, as part of a centerpiece, in a bowl….the possibilities are endless.
If you’re a regular here, you may have noticed I swapped my pink lamps for these silver ones. They are by Aidan Gray, one of my favorite brands and I think they are perfect for my holiday look! You can see my dining room update and pink lamps HERE.
It doesn’t need to be overly fancy, just keep it festive.
Candles are the easiest way to add to the ambiance to your dining room.
Lastly, use comfortable seating. Pillows in chairs are also a nice addition, and in this case, a great way to add a pop of Christmas color!
Next week I’ll be sharing my full home all decked out for the holidays. I hope you’ll check back!
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Next stop is Designthusiasm Don’t miss Lory’s elegant holiday table!
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