Simple farmhouse Christmas tablescape

I love decorating my table for the holidays, and it’s one of my favorite parts of my home when it’s all gussied up for Christmas. I’m not a fancy girl, but I love having a pretty table, and I want it to be both simple and beautiful. This year for my Simple Farmhouse Christmas Tablescape,  I used classic white dishes, burlap-wrapped trees, galvanized lanterns, a pop of red with cranberry trees, and a red grain stripe table runner.  My favorite part?  New dining room chairs that I adore, and the most darling mini boxwood wreaths tied on with red gingham ribbon. Best of all, I put it together in less than 15 minutes. Come on in and take a look!

Simple Farmhouse Christmas Tablescape | oldsaltfarm.com

I am so please with how everything turned out, and the fact that I was able to do it pretty quickly was even better!

This post is sponsored by Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart.  As always, all opinions are 100% mine!

I am IN LOVE with my new dining room chairs. I did have benches on either side of my table, but I’ve always loved the look of chairs on one side and a bench on the other side, and it’s perfect.  I adore the cross on the back, and that they’re distressed.  These are called distressed white, but they are definitely more of a cream color. They also come in galvanized metal, which are super cute too. I tied mini boxwood wreaths on to the back of the chairs with red gingham ribbon, and they pull the whole look together.

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On the table itself, I started with a red grain stripe runner, then added three burlap-wrapped trees that I frosted (super easy–tutorial coming soon) for a vintage look, and three cranberry trees to tie in the red from the gingham ribbon. I staggered them in the center of the table, then put a galvanized lantern on either end. They are less than $10 right now, so if you love them like I do, now is the time to grab them up! I love them because they’re so versatile–I use them all year round, and they’re perfect as part of my Christmas tablescape.

Simple Farmhouse Christmas Tablescape | oldsaltfarm.com #farmhouseChristmas #Christmastablescape #Christmasdecor

Simple Farmhouse Christmas Tablescape | oldsaltfarm.com #farmhouseChristmas #Christmastablescape #Christmasdecor

I love white dishes best.  I love that they’re classic and simple, and the epitome of farmhouse style.  I have round white dishes on the bottom, and the salad plate on top is scalloped around the edges, adding that extra bit of charm.

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Simple, quick, and full of Christmas…this Christmas Tablescape is full of farmhouse charm!

Distressed White Dining Chair

Galvanized Lantern (less than $10 right now!!)

Scalloped White Salad Plates

Round Porcelain Dinner Plates

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10 Comments

  1. Gah!! Love your chairs with the mini wreaths. We love ours, I think they look fantastic in your space.
    So super-cute. Happy Holidays!!

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  3. Kierste,

    I just LOVE seeing all your creativity all year round!. It’s been a while since I popped in to say HI but I am always here relishing in your talents. I wanted to wish you and your beautiful family a Very Merry Christmas and Happiest of New Years! It looks like you have settled into a little piece of heaven in your new home. Thank you for bringing a little piece of that heaven to me throughout the year.

    With love and hugs from afar,

    Jodie :)

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  6. Love this tablescape would you mind sharing where you got the cranberry trees. Many thanks

    1. Hi, Dorelle! I bought those many years ago, and I don’t remember where they came from. I’m so sorry!

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