My Farmhouse Christmas Tablescape

One of my most favorite things about Christmas is spending time with family.  The memories made around a family table are some to cherish forever,  My farmhouse Christmas tablescape is one I can’t wait to spend sitting around with family and friends.

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

This year, I am really trying to keep it simple.  I started my farmhouse Christmas tablescape by making some simple napkins out of flour sack towels.  I used a transfer method I found originally on So Much Better With Age.  Check her site out if you want to see how they are done!

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

They really were the inspiration for my whole tablescape this year.  I kept the place settings simple.

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs! 

I layered my plates on top of my DIY rope chargers.  I then tied my napkins with a piece of twine.  I tied two pieces of rosemary together and added them to the top.  Perfect.  Simple.  Christmas.

I always like to set the table before I set up the centerpiece.  That way I know I have enough room for everything.

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

I started the centerpiece of the table with this amazing farmhouse scale.  I love this scale so much I bought two!! 

I really wanted to do something outside the box.  I think using a scale does a little bit of that.

I have this collection of Rae Dunn pottery that I try to use whenever possible.  I love how adorable they are on the scale.  

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

This “naughty” piece is one of my favorites!  A few pine cones finish it off.

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

Once I had the scale in place, I added pine boughs from my front yard.  Yes, its just that convenient for me.  I have nature at my fingertips.

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

I mean, how lovely are these boughs?  They even had pine cones still in tact!

I wanted to evoke the feeling of gathering around the table, spending hours sipping tea or cocoa, telling stories and jokes.  

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

I set up a little tea station with my Rae Dunn Tea pot, along with some Moscow mule mugs for a fun drink.

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

 

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

I love the way the copper pops against the wood and white accents on the table.

 

 

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

Setting a table doesn’t have to be difficult.  It also doesn’t have to be elaborate, or expensive.  I pride myself on creating these types of spaces for next to nothing.  

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

 

I love this farmhouse Christmas tablescape. Every detail is perfect! Check out the copper mugs!

Christmas is all about the memories you make and the time spent with family. 

I think that creating a space that is inviting and cozy is icing on the cake.

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34 Comments

  1. I love Farmhouse Christmas style and your table with the scale and flour sack towel napkins! There’s nothing better than the smell of pine at the holidays and the addition of boughs, pine cones and rosemary wafting through the air. Love the chalkboard too 🙂

    1. Oh Mary you are so right. The smell of pine is hypnotizing. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet words!

  2. Your farmhouse Christmas Tablescape is so beautiful…the scale is definitely the piece de resistance. The flour sack napkins with the sprigs of rosemary are so fresh. Love the simplicity of your setting but there is plenty of detail and creativity. I could linger at this table for hours!

  3. Sara, this is really a treat – a tablescape that’s restful on my eyes. Although my home doesn’t lend itself to farmhouse style, I’m all in for the beauty and simplicity of a natural style, and I try to work it into my most casual space (sunroom). You have every right to pride yourself in the style you’ve created. Your flour sack napkins and rope chargers are gorgeous. I love your scale and that naughty piece. You could craft one for the other side that says ‘nice’ with that sharpie pen bake craft. How cool would that juxtaposition be?! Your family could have fun with it, jotting notes of actions over the course of advent, inserting the notes into each, and tipping the jars, hehe. Ahh! I just noticed your brown paper roll pulled down with the tree drawn on it – too cute! Have a happy holiday season!

    1. Oh Rita thank you so much! That naughty and nice is a great idea! My kids would have a ball leaving notes in each one! We will have to start it!

  4. Your table is beautiful, I love that you can walk outside and just get the greenery you need. That scale is a treasure, I would have bought two also. Love it!

  5. Sara, I love the simplicity of your tablescape. The white dishes with the natural greenery is a beautiful setting for family dining. The scale is amazing as are those awesome dishes. Love being on the Holiday Tablescape Blog Hop with you.

    1. Thank you Jenna! The rosemary is so lovely. I catch scents of it sometimes when I am traveling through the dining room.

  6. Your Farmhouse style is lovely. Sometimes simple is elegant and you have achieved such a pretty look for the holidays. Our home doesn’t fit the Farmhouse style, yet I appreciate the look very much. Love the creative scale centerpiece and your touch of greenery.

  7. Your farmhouse Christmas table is so pretty and elegant! I love the flour sack towels as napkins and the scales make such a lovely centerpiece for your table. I have been wanting a set of scales like that! I know that your guests will feel welcomed at such a pretty table!

  8. Sara, Your table is so inviting and full of wonderful details. I especially like your scale centerpiece and how you used fresh pine and pinecones. Love your wooden log candle holders. Your chalkboard is lovely and your shelves full of collectibles.

  9. Your tablescape seems to truly epitomize “farmhouse style” in it’s simple beauty and casual style. The whole vibe is one of relaxed entertaining with the focus being on those gathered around the table – and that’s really what it should be all about. Love your scale as the centerpiece and the rosemary embellishments on the napkins!

  10. I love your farmhouse style! From the copper mules to the chalkboard, your table is festive and elegant. The flour sack napkins, beribboned with rosemary, are beautiful and brilliant. The details are to savor!

  11. Loving your farmhouse inspired table setting! The flour sack napkins are so unique and pretty, as well as the wood log candle holders! You have a great eye for detail! 🙂 ~Rhonda

  12. I am loving this style more and more and hope to incorporate some of it into my home. Your table is beautiful and I can only imagine how wonderful it would be to have a seat here. Have a happy weekend and a very Merry Christmas!

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