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Dining Room Decor for Christmas, Creating a Winter Wonderland

I am so excited to share my Dining Room Decor for Christmas with you! I have taken all my smaller Christmas trees and created a Winter Wonderland and can’t wait to show it all to you!

When I was growing up my Mom always went super fancy for Christmas. I did that last year with my red and gold table setting but this year I am all for cozy and warm. With everything that has gone on this year, I want to be comfortable for the holidays. And there was one thing that got it all started to create this Winter Wonderland.

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Dining Room Decor for Christmas

It all started with a table runner. Yep, you read that right, a table runner. I wanted one like this last year but couldn’t find it. When I went down the Christmas decor aisles at Hobby Lobby and came across this fuzzy white table runner I snatched it up and wasn’t letting it go!

This fuzzy white table runner really gives the illusion of snow so I gathered all my small Christmas trees and decorated the room with them.

A white fuzzy table runner with small Christmas trees in a box.

I added some garland to the piano top. This is where I display all the Christmas cards that we receive. I use these cute little holders to display them.

My piano with garland on top and card holders.
The garland on the piano and the card holders.

On the buffet, I added a little bit of red and silver with the reindeer and hanging mistletoe crystal ball. I also have these crystal votive candle holders that I used to flank the Christmas tree.

The tree sits in a farmhouse style bucket that I grabbed at Michaels. It was just a few dollars. With a strand of 25 Christmas lights, this little tree was finished!

The top of the buffet with a Christmas tree with lights in a metal bucket.  also pops of red and white with candles, reindeer and a mistletoe Crystal ball.

On the floor in opposite corners of the room, I have an evergreen topiary and a lantern. The topiary used to have lights on it but one went out, I couldn’t find the offending bulb so my husband took them all out. I was shocked that he got them out without destroying them. It still looks great!

An evergreen topiary in front of the windows.

On the lantern, I added a little sprig of greenery and tied it all together with some green velvet ribbon.

A lantern with a sprig of greenery on top with a green velvet ribbon.

And here is the finished room!

The top of the buffet with an angeld view, you can see the board and batten walls and round mirror.
This shows the buffet decor with the table decor.
This shows the buffet decor, the table decor, and the topiary in the corner by the windows.

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As a licensed Real Estate Agent and an avid home decorator, I strive to give my clients the very best I can when it comes to staging, selling, and decorating their homes. I have lots of experience with paint color choices and love to DIY my home so I can have everything just the way I want it. I share my ideas and projects with the world in the hopes that I can help others have their homes just the way they want as well.

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