Our Christmas Table

As promised in the last post, here are some photos of our Christmas table. I was going for something natural and toned-down but still festive, and I think this look achieves all of those things. Plus, this was super easy to do, so for those of you who have something similar in mind, I will give some tips below on how to get the look. But of course, feel free to take this as inspiration and do your own thing.

We don’t actually own a Christmas tree, but I think I like our piece of driftwood with the fairy lights even better. Also, as you may have noticed, we didn’t even make a tablecloth out of the linen (there was no time), so we just put the linen fabric over the table – rough edges and all, and it worked beautifully.

Instead of a traditional candle holder, I just used a glass vase and filled it with sea sand – simple but effective. I also made a mini rosemary wreath to go around the vase and a larger one to hang on the wall (see below). I won’t share how I did it here, since there are a bunch of tutorials on other blogs (The Pretty Blog has a good one) but I must say it was a lot easier than I thought it would be. Also, as you can see, I made some Christmas crackers from brown kraft paper (tutorial in previous post) to go on the table.

I kept the rest of the table very simple, with natural cloth napkins on plain white dinner plates and our small oak serving boards. I also recently bought a set of beautifully detailed glass tumblers, which adds a lovely vintage look to the table. No place mats were needed here.

Don’t worry if you can’t find all the items that I used. You can easily get this look by using what you have lying around the house or in your garden. Just remember to keep things simple. 🙂

If you loved this, please let me know in the comments. Also, if you happen to copy this look at home, don’t forget to share your photos with us on Instagram or Facebook!

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