Tour this gorgeous traditional dining room decorated with a golden toile-inspired tree and a simple Christmas tablescape set with crystal, fine china and silverware.
Ever since we hung wallpaper in our dining room, I’ve been dreaming of decorating this space for Christmas.
Today I’m joining with 19 friends for the annual Christmas Ideas Tour, organized by Angie at Postcards from the Ridge. I’m sharing my gold-and-toile inspired Christmas tablescape and dining room decor.
But you’ll find all sorts of inspiration on the virtual tour — Christmas mantels, porches and decks, tablescapes, handmade gifts and gift wrap ideas. Make sure you scroll to the end of this post and all the other participants.
I’ll be sharing more of our 2019 Christmas Home Tour over the next week. So make sure you visit again to how we decked the halls this year. Until then, use the links below to view our past Christmas Tours to see how our style and home has evolved:
- 2018 Christmas Home Tour
- 2017 Christmas Home Tour
- 2016 Christmas Home Tour
- 2015 Christmas Home Tour
- 2014 Christmas Home Tour
- 2013 Christmas Home Tour
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That wallpaper, which I love so much, inspired the color scheme and ornaments I used on the tree, as well as the elegant, formal Christmas tablescape.
While each place setting is elegant, I opted to keep things relatively simple at each seat since I used an oversized centerpiece.
I topped some scalloped gold chargers with our wedding china and some colorful accent plates, and I used our wedding crystal and family silver at each place setting.
To reference the chinoiserie vibe of the wallpaper, I used golden pagoda and boxwood topiary napkin rings. (The napkin rings were a find at a local home decor shop.)
The centerpiece features a champagne garland topped with large glass ornaments in an oversized gold bowl.
Glittery picks and icy blue berries pick up the color from the wallpaper and the glow from my gold Christmas tree.
The tree is decorated with curled gold-flecked blue ribbon; gold and champagne magnolia, poinsettia and amaryllis blossoms; birds’s nests; butterflies; and aqua glass ornaments.
The same motifs can be found in the chinoiserie toile wallpaper.
I can’t wait to invite people over for a holiday meal in our pretty dining room.
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