Here’s an idea: Three options for Christmas decorations for a dining room

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Designer Sean lang of The Farmhouse Project always decorated the dining room in his house converted from an old farm in 1800. This year, Sean came up with three options Christmas decor with the help of artist-florist Jill Wiener of Earthgirl.

Rikki Snyder

Rikki Snyder

1. Pearls, gold and silver
The walls of the spacious room lined with wood of dark hue, the dining room ceiling is also made of dark wood. In the corner is the dining area: table and chairs with high backs.

“Don’t be afraid to use non-traditional colors during the holidays, says Sean lang. — If you want non-traditional options, try using “precious” decor: accents of gold, silver and pearl tone”.

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Floral arrangements composed of roses, poinsettia, Lisianthus and carnations. The florist made bouquets small and low to be able to play with their placement on the table. “Make sure that the flowers do not hinder to see guests on the other side of the table, says Sean. We took carnations in bright colors that can easily be found in stores at an affordable price.” Flowers placed in vintage silver vases and vessels.

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Vintage white with gold plates were used at the wedding of the parents of Jill, and now adorn the Christmas table. They picked a track with Golden ornaments and Cutlery warm Golden hue. Under dish put a linen napkin.

Rikki Snyder

Rikki Snyder

2. Snow-white
If you like the neutral look of the dining table, get inspired in the snowy landscape outside the window (if it, of course).

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“Don’t be afraid to use different shades of white, if you have no sets, vases or plates in one color,” advises Sean.

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Sean and Jill used instead of vintage milk glass vases, making a free composition of white flowers of wild carrots.

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Put on the table and vintage plates with floral pattern from the personal collection of florist. Fine white napkins with lace trim in combination with copper Cutlery complement the decor of a festive table.

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3. Tartan and forest motifs
This decor is inspired by the forest theme and according to Sean, will especially appeal to those who love the outdoors and evenings by the fire with a woolen blanket on my feet. “Almost all for that decor was found on the plot next to the house. A little pine branches, a little moss, a couple of pine cones…”

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The table is decorated with vintage plates depicting wild birds, napkins with a checkered pattern and a unifying composition of a ribbon-tartan. “We’ve added a crisp plaid ribbon-substrate running along both sides of the table, a sort of mini-blanket,” says Sean.

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Last option is decorative with moss, pine needles and cones — most likely, will decorate the dining room during the Christmas and new year’s days. Christmas morning in the dining room will ignite the fireplace, will include festive music and open gifts. The fireplace is also decorated: it hung green garlands and large pine cones. “And of course the stockings, too, in a cage, says the owner of the house. — When the fire burns, we are in the rocking chairs reading books or favorite magazines.”
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IT’S YOUR TURN…
Which of the variants of decor for the New year and Christmas did you enjoy most? And as usual decorrelate your table you? Or every time you choose a new decoration option? Share your experiences and stories in the comments section!

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