Thursday, December 20, 2012

Christmas in the Dining Room

Hello World!  Well, I got all the baking done...thank goodness!  Now, I just have to finish the wrapping.  Before I drop the little one off for her class party and start wrapping, I thought I would show you what Christmas looks like in the Dining Room.  An occasional table has been moved to the dining room to help accomodate the 10ft. tree and the sideboard in the Family Room.  I will now hush and let the pictures roll. 

I've kept the white tree really simple this year.  I wanted more white than color with just a touch of ribbon.  

I'll let you in on a little plan I have for the upcoming year.  I'm changing out the valance.  I've lived with the valance for some time and have decided I don't quite love it.  My plan is to change it out in January.  We'll see how that goes.  

The little table under the mirror used to sit in the Family Room.  

I like the touch of red and green in the dining room.  The church was one of the pieces that just wouldn't fit in the other two village displays.  She's dreamy enough so I thought she would be pretty in the dining room.  

Dreamy and simple.  How do you like it?  I've got three more Christmas decor posts to share with you as well as my guest post over at Salt Tree which happens on the 23rd.  On Christmas Eve I plan to share a recap of all the Christmas Decor at The Dedicated House.  

If you are still wanting to join in the bash, Make it Pretty Monday is rockin' along.  Click here to go straight to the party. 

Wishing all a pretty day and remember to be kind to one another.  Fear not!


Sharing this at these lovely parties:


  1. It's all so pretty:) Love the bright blue against the white.

  2. Kathryn,

    The Christmas decor in your home looks like a fairy tale. It's all so very wonderful and Christmasy, like a dream! :) The blue and white is so gorgeous.

  3. So pretty and so Christmasey! You have did a great job!

  4. Kathryn, Your blue and whites are so beautiful. You know- I did blue for years and then kind of got away from it. Seeing your beautiful blues make me wish I had kept all my blue, too! Blessings and Merry Christmas- xo Diana

  5. What a gorgeous tree! Love your decor. Blue is my favorite color :)

  6. Hi Kathryn,
    Your dining room looks beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday's Adorned From Above Blog Hop.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above