Rustic Cabin Christmas Decor

I can’t wait to show you my not-so-rustic cabin Christmas tour!

Skiis, a deer head with antlers, Christmas tree and stocking in the rustic cabin.

Today I’m sharing my Christmas tour at our not-so-rustic cabin! I call it a not-so-rustic cabin because from the outside it looks country rustic but it’s not really rustic on the inside. But with this woodland decor I’ve added for Christmas, it’s beginning to look very rustic!

A clear jar with pinecones and evergreen in it on the wooden table beside the couch.

 When you don’t have a mantel, you have to be creative so I hung our stockings on the deer head.

Since I got a new white tree this year, my green tree was the perfect fit for the not-so-rustic cabin.

Antlers on the Christmas tree skirt in living room.
White kitchen counters with open wooden shelving in kitchen.

Love my new rustic country shelves that finally got installed!

Wooden shelving in kitchen with white subway tiles.

 This dinnerware is perfect since I love white but they have a bit of detail so it’s not boring.

 The Pfaltzgraff Country Cupboard dinnerware set is available at Belk. I also have the Linden 20 piece flatware set.

White plates stacked on the table with cookies on it and a mini Christmas tree on the table too.

The whole place is finally coming together and it will be so special to spend the holidays here this year around all the rustic elements!

Rustic Christmas tree with sparkly deers hanging on it.
White plates and bowls under the tree.

I hope you enjoyed this Not-So-Rustic Christmas cabin tour today.

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  1. I love this new dinnerware. I have the old but it has grayed after 44 years of marriage. Some new would be cherished and welcomed. Loving this cabin.

  2. Thanks so much for the tour and the chances to win – what a gorgeous set of dishes! I had a lot of trouble with Rafflecopter and it wouldn’t accept the last two entries at all. 🙁

    Have a great day!

  3. What a cheerful beautiful space you have created, I have so enjoyed visiting! Love the dishes, simple elegance!

  4. Love your Christmas decor at the not so rustic cabin! If I won I’d gift it to one of my 3 daughters. Thank you for the giveaway and the opportunity to win!

  5. Ooooo, I’m obsessed with white dishes. I love the detail on this set.I think it would look lovely with my Ironstone collection!!!

  6. I would LOVE to win this set as we are moving into our own cabin in the spring!!! New dishes would be perfect!! LOVE your decorating skills!

  7. Love the dishes and the giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity to win! I would give these dishes to my son who is moving to his own apartment.

  8. Open shelving is perfect in your not so rustic cabin. It will be so relaxing to spend Christmas there. Have a Merry One!
    Oh, and I loved your deer head so much I couldn’t get out of my mind. But, where to put it. On my garden shed door, of course. I love peeking at it every day and it can stay throughout the winter. I love a touch of whimsy.

  9. Your not-so-rustic cabin looks so cozily decorated for Christmas! Love the stockings hung from the antlers 😉 I am working on collecting some neutral dishes, so I’d love to win this set from Pfaltzgraff! Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. I am in LOVE with your cute little house!! I’m slowly but surely changing over to a more rustic/vintagey look. Hopefully I’ll soon have something as cute as this! 🙂

    And heck yeah I’d love this dinner set! During our last move my Dad dropped a box holding all of our plates and bowls! I’ve yet to find replacements that I love, so we’re using some temporary plastic stuff that survived the fall right now. But this… LOVE <3

  11. Beautiful decorating. Just the kind of cabin I would like to stay in.
    Would welcome the opportunity to be considered for the dinnerware-would be the perfect addition for my soon to be new home:)

  12. Oh, I’d keep it. 🙂 This dinnerware is gorgeous, Jamie, and I love love love your new shelves. What a beautiful space you’ve created!

  13. Love the cozy feel of your new not so rustic cabin. I would love to celebrate with family playing games, drinking hot chocolate. Have a great time. I love your blog and really enjoy reading it and looking at the photos. Merry Christmas!!!

  14. I love these dishes. We use white with a design for every-day. If I could find someone who needs a set of dishes, I would send them on their way. They would also be very welcomed at my house!

  15. This dinnerware is the perfect backdrop for great dinner. Not to plain not to elaborate. I would keep it for myself as my new hubs and I combined households and we have a mishmash of unmatched ugly dinnerware!

  16. Love the Pfaltzgraff pattern and how the table was decorated! Nice job…I’m a little (ok…a lot) envious of all the gorgeousness!

  17. I’d surely enjoy this set in my home but I would gift it to our daughter, she’s using my old Heritage Pfaltzgraff dinnerware set. She’s going to marry next November and move to London, she’d think of me every time she used it and the love we shared in the kitchen. Thank you for offering us this wonderful gift set to enter

  18. Love white dishware. Have had pfaltzgraff and bought for gifts long as I can remember. I n my middle eighties I still love it. Can put any color with it.

  19. I love this pattern but I would have to get a second set. My sis is a fam of 3 though so it would be perfect for her and she is in need of new dishes.

  20. I would love to keep the dinnerware for myself if I won but I know my mother would love to have them also. They would be a beautiful gift for her!

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