Two French Christmas Tablescapes

I love anything French or vintage and you will adore my Christmas morning tablescape and my Christmas evening table!

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If anyone knows just a little bit about me, they know that I love all things French and vintage!

Putting together these stunning traditional tablescapes for Christmas were so much fun!!

In fact, today I’m going to show you two French tablescapes:

1) Christmas morning in the kitchen and

 2) Christmas dinner in the dining room!

Ready for the tour?

Christmas Morning Tablescape

I recently made the grain sack tablecloth and it looks so good in here.

Two French Christmas tablescape / Christmas morning table with cinnamon buns on a festive plate.

I’ve made some delicious cinnamon buns. Help yourself to this pretty vintage french buffet in our kitchen eating area.

Two French Christmas tablescape / cinnamon buns on table that has a grain sack tablecloth.

These unique mugs and plates from my Christmas morning buffet are from Pottery Barn but sadly they don’t carry them anymore. You can find more plates below.

shop christmas plates

Decorative Christmas plates on a table with cinnamon buns that are iced.
A cut tower on the table.

Fresh greenery in a vintage crate is a great way to decorate and add rustic warmth for the holidays along with a holiday to do list.

A holiday to do list on the wall.

Now let’s move on to our second French Christmas tablescape…

Christmas Dinner in the Dining Room

The dining room table set for Christmas dinner.

I love these sophisticated little Eiffel tower globe ornaments. I’ve used them as individual place settings.

Shop ornaments

Paris tree ornaments on the Christmas dinner setting plates.
Stockings hung up on the wooden hutch in dining room.

I’ve had this collection of Eiffel towers for years. It’s usually in my bedroom but I brought it down to enjoy Christmas this year.

Eiffel Towers underneath a cloche on the dining table.
A vintage Santa on the wooden table.

I love my new flatware. It’s the Maxfield Collection from Pottery Barn as well.

I made these linen napkins that can also be used as placemats.

DIY neutral napkins with knives, forks, and a white plate.
A neutral Christmas dining room table setting.
Glass cloche on the table with Christmas trees and Eiffel Towers.

I love bringing elegant rustic vintage items to decorate with, such as my old 7 Up crate, old scale, dough bowl and vintage olive bucket.

Just adding some fragrant evergreen branches and flocked twigs really spruce up the old crate.

A glittery Eiffel Tower on a wreath makes it festive too!

A 7 up crate with evergreen inside plus a mirror hanging above.
A striped chair in the corner with a French vintage pillow on it.

I added a little Eiffel tower ornament to that holiday wreath on the mirror.

A mirror with a Christmas wreath hanging on it.

Here is something really easy to do. Add a tomato cage to a large crock with some jewelled garland and you have yourself a DIY Eiffel Tower!

A crock with an Eiffel Tower replica in it.

I’ve recently painted my dining room a calming hue and I love the colour: Horizon by Benjamin Moore.

A wooden dining room hutch wit stockings hanging on it and silhouette artwork beside it.

We have such a large dining room that I utilized the space by the bay window for more seating.

I added a quaint little bistro set then dressed it up for Christmas.

A small bistro table with two chairs.

It’s complete with an old crate, these twine Christmas trees I made last year and the Night Before Christmas in Paris book.

Twine Christmas trees on the bistro table.
Christmas decoration pictures.

Thank you so much for joining me on this tour!

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  1. I want to be at your house right now…it is so warm and inviting! Plus, those ornaments on your dining table…I am in LOVE!

    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

  2. Your tablescapes are both gorgeous, Jamie! I absolutely adore your grain sack tablecloth (incredible job!) and those PB plates are so perfect! All the details you added are so pretty and if I had that 7-up crate, I would move him to whatever room I was in at the time…it is so cool! 😉 Love it!

  3. I’m coming through French country cottage, and I’m French and living in PARIS, so when I saw your Eiffel towers, I wanted to hug you !! It’s always so pleasant to meet people loving and enjoying France !
    Love your christmas home, so lovely with that touch of France.

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    1. Wow, what a sweet comment!! I love everything French {especially Paris & the Eiffel Tower} even though I’m Canadian. Thanks so much for stopping by.
      Big hugs,

  4. Hi Jamie, I am in love with everything in this post! How did I not know you were a fellow Francophile freak! I even have some of the same little Eiffel towers, including the bottle with the cork. I am featuring this post at my party tomorrow afternoon. Thank you! Happy New Year. -Karen

  5. Such beautiful settings. I want to do something like this this year. I usually spend so much time planning the dinner table that we just have cereal on the sofa for breakfast. This year however I’m not hosting! so this would be a lovely idea for me and my partner to enjoy before we join everyone else.

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