This is the barn table in our kitchen, and I kept the table setting very simple.
We eat at this table three times a day, and this is where we homeschool all day everyday.
There was no way anything fancy would ever survive this space.
So, greenery, red balls and a beautiful assortment of mercury balls fill my antique dough bowl.
This is our dining room, and I kept it super simple in here this year, too.
The dining room in this rental house is small, so I had to take my big leaf out of the table.
It usually seats eight.
The only thing I bought were the white poinsettia flowers for the dough bowl.
I picked greenery from our yard and tossed it in with the flowers.
I had this great idea to make some pinecone trees for either side of the sideboard table,
but I haven't quite figured out how to make them.
The good news is, they would look great in this room all winter, so I'll get them made eventually.
this is the corner of the dining room, and it looked bare, so I added a wreath with some burlap to it.
This is another angle of the dining room.
I haven't put anything on the windows,
but there are two in the room and the chalkboard is between them.
Here is a close up of the table.
It looked a little empty with the garland and the mercury candle sticks,
so I added the hurricanes with fake snow and some dead tree limbs.
There you have it....these are my Christmas tablescapes this year!