My French Vintage dining room is all decorated for Christmas with evergreen, banners, brass candle holders and pinecones.
This year I decided to use more natural greenery in my classic French Christmas dining room with evergreen, eucalyptus and banners. I couldn’t wait to go outside and clip these evergreens for quick decorating. I also bought a bundle at a local hardware store but you can also buy evergreen where you buy Christmas trees.
Today I’m participating in the Styled + Set Holiday Entertaining tour hosted by my friend Lory of Designthusiasm. The tour will run all week so be sure to check back for all the daily tours!
I have little ‘Merry Christmas’ banners all over my classic tree that I cut from a long ribbon and wanted to replicate that with a large banner over the mirror and little ones on wreaths on the backs of the chairs.
Last year’s Christmas tour was just featured in this months’ Cottage & Bungalows (a 14-page spread!).
The French wicker jug I made for the centrepiece with sprigs of eucalyptus and cedar branches clipped from my backyard.
I added more cedar branches along the middle of the table like a table runner with glittered bells and pinecones.
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I love these plate chargers, they are faux cedar chargers! Then I paired creamy-white plates with linen napkins that I made and I used mini grapevine wreaths for a napkin holder with a spring of eucalyptus.
I just love how the fabric banners turned out. They each say Joyeux Noel and I also made the little wreaths as well.
My collection of brass candlesticks look lovely against more cedar branches and the banner with the French gold mirror.
I love how natural, rustic and French my dining room looks this year.
I hope you enjoyed the tour. Be sure to visit my friends below.
Be sure to watch a short video on my French vintage Christmas tour!
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