Christmas has the ultimate build-up. You can decorate your entire living space but don’t forget to decorate your dining room for the most waited dinner of the year. It’s called the most waited dinner of the year because your house must prepare the best festive meals and all of the family members are gathered around to eat together.
The dining room in this log cabin is set for Christmas Dinner. The large round dining table has ample room for seating ten which regularly happens at holiday family gatherings. Gilded twigs sporting led lights give the antique olive jars a festive look and the nutcrackers sit atop the pie safe.
If you have a big family, then decided to add many chairs are a great way. You don’t want to miss the time when everybody’s in the house with an unprepared dining table.
WHITE EATING WARE
White is the safest color to decorate your dining table. It doesn’t need a lot of decorative touches because the white eating ware itself already elegant on their own way.
FOR THE ELDERLY
In this idea, they helped an elderly couple stage their dining room for a Christmas dinner party. They also painting tree ornaments with the guests’ names for place-cards.
Adding the rustic touches on your dining table is great. Besides, it suitable for the Christmas ornaments (remember the Christmas tree).
CUSTOM GREAT ROOM
A custom-cut piece of glass tops a Saarinen tulip table base framed by a curvaceous silk-velvet settee and a wood bench stands in place of conventional dining set in the dining area. Thai mirrors, and nearly a dozen candles interspersed with smooth dark stones enhance the dining area’s grown-up appeal.
Christmas in Australia falls in Summer so we like to be outside – unless it’s scorching hot. For the challenge, I didn’t want to spend any money so used what I had around the house to pull together a tablescape for 10 people. I planned to do a kids table too but ran out of time and patience… We would be sitting outside – our courtyard is quite private and would be perfect for lunch as the sun doesn’t pour into it until the later afternoon (like when these pictures were taken, hence the overexposure!)
TRADITIONAL DINING TABLE
It might be traditional, but the simple decorations on this dining table creating a beautiful and elegant look to the entire dining space.
RED AND WHITE
Red is a signature color of Christmas, then decorating your dining table with red Christmas ornaments successfully enhances the vibes of Christmas around them.
THE SIDE DISH
Your foods also need to be decorated! Even, the star-shaped plate would increase the look of your dish.
Don’t let your Christmas dinner ruined, just because you don’t decorate your dining space as well as you can! happy Christmas!