The third week of Countdown to Christmas features different ways of tabletop decorating for the holidays. Three of our blogger friends invited us into their homes and showed us how they transformed ordinary flat surfaces into festive displays using various Balsam Hill décor.
Join us as we take a closer look at these classically beautiful tablescapes, decorated with all the warmth and cheer of the season.
Rachel of Maison de Pax
Rachel’s Christmas dining room was accompanied by her story of how she and her family first hosted friends from their church community in their new home. This warm tale matched the charming look of her dinner table, which featured a Magnolia Leaf Wreath and a Miracle Flame battery-operated triple-wick candle as its centerpiece. Magnolia garlands embellished the banisters that beautifully framed this romantic Southern dining room setup.
Annie of Zevy Joy
Annie recalls the Christmas tradition of waking up to opening presents and a bountiful breakfast, as she adorned her dining area for the countdown. She laid Noble fir garlands across the table top and embellished them with golden miracle flame candles and brass-finished candle holders, which added metallic touches to the scene. Annie also placed a Balsam Hill Metallic Ornament Tree beside a sidebar table that was surrounded by more artificial garlands.
Shayna of The Wood Grain Cottage
Shayna’s breakfast nook is a brightly lit space owing to its wide bay windows. Magnolia leaf foliage served as the centerpiece of the table, which stood out against white faux sheepskin rugs and the overall white color of the room. She hung our Magnolia Leaf Wreath on her window and placed a large Miracle Flame candle on the tabletop, which provided safe and realistic candle flames at night.
That completes Week 3 of our blog hop for table decorating, and we hope you were inspired by our talented bloggers. If you still haven’t joined our Countdown to Christmas Giveaway, click the link to find out how you can be one of 12 lucky winners of $150 worth of Balsam Hill shopping sprees.
Week 4 will showcase holiday exterior decorating themes from our last 2 bloggers below:
- December 19: Emily of The Wicker House
- December 20: Randi of Randi Garett Design
Wrapping things up on December 21 is our brand ambassador, Courtney of French Country Cottage.
In case you missed it, check out our round-ups from Week 1 (Fireplace & Mantel) and Week 2 (Entryways) of Countdown to Christmas. Visit Balsam Hill and view our latest collection of artificial wreaths and garlands.