Saturday, December 21, 2019

Cozy Country Christmas Tablescape

My latest Christmas tablescape has more of a Country Christmas vibe to it or at least that is my interpretation of it.  I combined birch log candleholders with red checked napkins to create a casual and more relaxed feel for this holiday table and I think it would be perfect for a meal on one of the days leading up to or after Christmas.


Mr Delight made these birch log candleholders for me a few years back which of course, makes them extra special.

They became the centerpiece for my Cozy Country Christmas tablescape.

I added some pine cones and greenery candle rings to some of the birch holders.

I like that Mr Delight made them so that some hold a taper candle and others hold a tealight.

I used my red Pier 1 bowls sitting inside a faux boxwood wreath that I made.

Red checked napkins add to the country vibe.

The place settings included a round woven placemat, a rustic white charger and the Christmas dishes I've had for ages.

Red berry napkin rings encircle the napkins.

Each guest (including me LOL) has a little present set beside their place.

It's especially fun at Christmas time to give those seated at your table, a little something.

Copper flatware, snowflake wine glasses and festive mugs complete the place settings.

It's nice to have a view of our tree from the dining table.

And this is the other view.


Candlelight always creates a cozy feel and is especially nice when it's cold and snowy outside. I also added a string of mini-lights to add even more ambiance.

Do you set a special table for the other days during the holidays?

Of course, this tablescape could work for a casual cozy Christmas Day too! 

Thanks for visiting! 
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!

8 comments:

  1. Oh my word, Lori - your tablescape is amazing! You absolutely nailed it - it
    is perfect: country woodland - even your wrapping paper goes so well.

    But no doubt the winning feature of your beautiful holiday table are your real birch branch candle holders your loving fella made you - wow - they are AWESOME!!!!

    Merry Christmas and happy new year to you and yours, Lori.

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  2. I love this tablescape! It's fun and festive. The birch log candle holders are beautiful. I keep thinking I need fairy lights and this just seals the deal. Love it all! Merry Christmas.

    Hope you are enjoying your retired life!

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  3. Beautiful table Lori. Thanks to your Mister for making the birch candle holders. They make a perfect centerpiece. Your red truck over on the sideboard is another great detail to blend with your country table.

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  4. Oh I totally LOVE this, Lori. The Birch candleholders are just wonderful, how sweet of your guy to make thise for you. the red and white are perfect for a country Christmas!

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  5. Lori, I LOVE your Christmas tablescape here!!! Thank you for bring it over to Share Your Style #237 on New Year's Day last week; I am happy to have your post as one of this week's featured at SYS #238. Thank you! Just lovely... (Stealing your ideas! Lol!!)

    Happy New Year hugs,
    Barb :)

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  6. What a beautiful and inviting table.

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  7. Hello Lori!!! Thank you so much for linking up at Share Your Style #237. I was able to feature your post at SYS #238 this past week. <3 I love how you put your table together and although I think I may have commented already, I am happy to say thank you for this loveliness again.

    Happy winter hugs to you,
    Barb :)

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  8. Nice! I'm going to add this to my "Fabulous Tablescapes" Pinterest board. I love your style, Cheers!
    Lori in Blue Ridge, GA

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