Farmhouse Christmas Decorating

I am excited to be a part of the 12 days of Christmas tablescapes tour with my Farmhouse Christmas decor.

Christmas dining room decorated with a wreath on the bench.

Today I’m sharing my dining room decorated for Christmas in a holiday farmhouse style!

 I’m also participating in the 12 Days of Christmas tablescape tour hosted by my friend Jen from The House of Wood. Each day for 12 days we’ll be sharing our tablescapes so be sure to visit all the tours at the end of this post.

So excited to be a part of this Christmas tour so let’s begin!

12 days of Christmas tablescapes - So Much Better With Age

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 I recently decorated my dining table for the Holiday Housewalk with bottle brush trees in an old crate.

I added epsom salts and candles to these adorable green mason jars.

Bottle brush Christmas trees in a wooden vintage tray in the middle of the table.

I love this new chevron rug from West Elm I recently got (and it’s such a great price!). It’s a mix of chenille and jute so it’s soft yet durable.

Neutral woven rug under the decorated dining room table.

I added lots of red faux berries around the white mirror I painted and along the rustic buffet.

White mirror with berries around it in dining room.
The dining room with wreaths on the back of the bench.

Then I changed my dining table decor a bit to make it ready for dinner!

Dining room white and blue striped chairs, wooden chandelier, neutral table runner and candles on the table.

I put some black lanterns in the middle as a centrepiece and added pinecones in one of them.

Green mason jars with candles in them, and black lanterns filled with pine cones.

Then I filled the large lantern with my twine Christmas trees.

Black lantern filled with twine Christmas tree on table.

For table place settings, I monogrammed some sugar cookies with icing.

Now people know where to sit and get a little sweet treat at the same time.

Table setting with sugar cookie monogramed with guest name in light green on plate.

I wrapped some jute webbing around two grapevine wreaths and tied them with twine to the back of the white bench.

Christmas wreaths hanging on the back of white bench at dining table and open shelving behind table.

My old typewriter and antique mirror look amazing with my cowhide dresser. We use that area as a bar but I might keep it this way all year long.

Cowhide chippy dresser behind dining room table.

I wrapped some wool around my DIY linen napkins and put plates and flatware on these paper placemats.

Flatware: Pottery Barn Maxfield flatware

China: Royal Doulton Naples in Silver (discontinued)

Neutral linen napkins on table setting.

 Now be sure to check out the other 11 bloggers this week for their beautiful Christmas tablescapes below.

Make sure to pin it for later!

Farmhouse Christmas Decorating.

Mon Dec 8 – Rogue Engineer
Tue Dec 9  – Her Toolbelt
Wed Dec 10 – So Much Better With Age — that’s me!
Thu Dec 11 – Pneumatic Addict Furniture
Fri Dec 12 – Pretty Handy Girl
Mon Dec 15 – All Things G & D
Tue Dec 16 – brittanyMakes
Wed Dec 17 – House of Wood
Thu Dec 18 – Sawdust Girl
Fri Dec 19 – My Altered State
Mon Dec 22 – That’s My Letter
Tue Dec 23 – Ana-White.com

Click in Case You Missed:

French Vintage Holiday Housewalk

French Vintage Holiday Housewalk Poster.

DIY Snowy Centrepiece

DIY Snowy Centrepiece graphic.

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  1. Ohhh, this is beautiful, Jamie! I love the understated elegance – simple yet classic, thoughtful details. Thank you so much for joining us on our little holiday tablescape tour!

  2. Jamie! I love it! That is the most perfect shade of green and you highlighted it perfectly in this space. Awesome job! everything is beautiful. (I’m still in love with your cowhide dresser…) 😉

    1. Isn’t that green amazing? I can’t believe I found them. Thanks Pauline. I’m so glad we met this summer. You are such a talent 😉
      Hugs, Jamie

  3. Jamie, love love love your dining room. When you’re done with that chandelier I’d be happy to take it off your hands ;-D. The bottle brush trees in the crate might be my favorite, but then again I love the berry garlands draped over the curvy mirror (oh when you’re done with that too, call me!) 😉 Thanks for opening up your home to share.

    1. Oh Brittany you’re too kind! Thanks for your sweet words. It’s been so fun being on this tour with you. PS: if you take my chandelier I may have to come for that cabinet of yours 😉
      Hugs, Jamie

  4. Is there anything you’re NOT insanely amazing at?! LOVE your tablescapes! They’re both exactly the right touch. And your wreaths hanging from the back of your bench are perfection. I hope there’s a cookie on that table for me! 😀

    PS. If that mug holder I spy is one day missing don’t come looking at my house. #justsayin
    PPS. Thank you so much for the sweet shout-out. I cannot wait to see you again and hopefully spend more time together!

    1. Dusty, you are a riot. I can’t wait for your tour to see what I can pick out from your place. You’re too kind, girl. And hope to see you again in 2015.
      Big hugs, Jamie
      PS: Your cookie is in the mail

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