More Woodland Glam in the Dining Room

The other day I mentioned that “Woodland Glam” was the phrase I settled on for the look I was going for with my Christmas decorations this year. I added some new touches to my mantel and tree.

The dining room table also got a splash of woodland glam.

This deer was my inspiration…

Woodland glam Christmas deer with crystals.

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I’m pretty sure he came from Hobby Lobby last year. I hung a couple of chandelier crystals (similar here) and a clear ornament from his antlers…

Christmas woodland glam table with deer.

These little hollowed out log vases came from a local boutique. Last winter they held flowers during the winter season (see that look here). I love it when decor can transition from one season to the next!

For this Christmas, I just added some faux magnolia leaves and some vintage ornaments…


Dining room table with log centerpiece and pink ornaments.


Dining room table with log centerpiece and blue ornaments.

Down the center of the table, I placed a eucalyptus garland from Target. Then I added in a few sprigs of faux evergreens, a couple more pinecones, and some more vintage ornaments…

Eucalyptus garland for woodland glam dining table.


Woodland glam in the dining room.

The rest of my decor stayed very similar to last year.

I like to add a few wintery touches to the china cabinet/Welsh cupboard….

Christmas decorations on the china cabinet.

Christmas decorations on the Welsh cupboard.


The Welsh cupboard dressed for Christmas with plates, greenery, and ornaments.

The candle rings in the window have been a Christmas staple for the last few years. These are so easy to make! It’s just a coat hanger bent into a circle and spray painted with a textured black paint. Then you wire on some preserved boxwood, clip a candle ring to the center, and hang it with twine. I have mine hanging on the window itself with a clear, sticky hook. I think I got the candle clips on Etsy, but I found a few similar clips here.

Christmas candle ring in the window.

Now if only the weather would cooperate and give me a snowy background!….

Three Christmas candle rings on the dining room window.

The area around my chalkboard is very similar to last year, too. I just added some blue ornaments to tie it into the table.

A tutorial for making the wood bead garland is here.

Christmas chalkboard, cloche, and goose.

Well, that’s the Woodland Glam Christmas dining room for 2018.

Now, I’m off to wrap a couple of remaining gifts and get my baking list ready!


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  1. Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with us. I enjoy reading your blog and all of your creative decorating ideas. Just beautiful. Merry Christmas & a Blessed New Year to you and your family.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Sally. Merry Christmas and New Year’s blessings to you, too!

  2. Oh, I just looove that gorgeous little deer! I am going straight to Hobby Lobby to see if I can get one! Fabulous table setting! So tres chic!! Love your white French chairs too. Where ever did you find them!! Also love the French blue painted back of your china dresser! Magnifique!!

    1. Thanks for your sweet comments, Narelle! I bought the chairs off of Craigslist a number of years ago and painted them with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint. I used the same brand of milk paint for the back of the china cabinet, too:)

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