Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room Tour


Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room


I am so glad that you have stopped by to see my farmhouse Christmas dining room!  Today I have joined up with a group of amazing bloggers to create a fabulous blog hop!  This hop in focused on our holiday homes!  We have each chosen a room in our house to feature and create a tour for you.


As I thought about decorating my dining room, I really wanted to evoke a simple, farmhouse style, while including and featuring natural elements.  Now, I will warn you, there are going to be many pictures.  You  know how sometimes all your pictures turn out exactly like you want and you don’t want to edit them out?  Rarely, if ever does this happen, but for this project I could not be more happy with them all!  The first project I did to tie the space together was create some “grainsack” fabric.  You can see how  I did that here.  I wanted to pair down my accessories, and let the light and the natural elements really take the main focus.  Even my large, and yes it is a very large chalkboard, got simplified.  A simple wreath I found at a thrift store and a small red wreath that I had created a nice piece of art without over doing it.  It really was a happy accident.  I had originally planned on drawing an elaborate Christmas theme, but after a hung the wreaths as an experiment, it just stuck!


Christmas Dining Room Tour

For my table centerpiece, I chose to use tree clippings, a basket of beautiful apples, and some mason jars with beans in them.  The whole tablescape  exudes natural elements and the lovely farmhouse chic style, but with a touch of modern.

What do you think of using real tree clippings in your decor?

A Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

I love my giant fork and spoon I found at an antique store.  Where else would I put them!

A Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

These apples were picked from my in-laws apple tree.  I was so grateful to get some from them since our trees froze this year.  Don’t they make for great decoration?

A Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

A Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

A Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

I cannot get enough of this pewter bowl I found at our local thrift store, and filled with beans, there is a great juxtaposition between the shiny beauty of the bowl and the earthy look of the beans.  Plus if I get hungry, I can make dinner.

A Farmhouse Chrsitmas Dining Room Tour

The whole room had a very light filled, natural, and understated Christmas theme to it.  I wish I could spend all day in this area.

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

I added a few Christmas touches my shelves including some faux Christmas trees and a piece of artwork I made last year.  “Oh, holy night the start are brightly shining, it is the night of our dear saviors birth.”

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

A small piece of salvaged wood from a junk yard, and a little Rae Dunn Clay pottery is something I cannot get enough of.

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

I was able to create a new piece of art for my craft paper roll, and you can see how I made it here.Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

What do you think of my mounted craft paper roll?  I love being able to customize the artwork to whatever season or even it going on.

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

For my buffet, I decided to go simple.  I accessorized my antique dough bowl with pages from an old book that I rolled individually.

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

I mean the light!  As difficult as this place was to photograph, I really love the light filled photos I was able to get.

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

More Juniper tree limbs flank the dough bowl and bring more of that nature in.

Do you see that scale in the background?  This thing is like my most favorite thing in my home.

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room

A simple grainsack towel and some twig balls was all it needed.

Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room


And that my friends is my dining room this Christmas.  I think the two words that could describe it are understated and simple and I am one hundred percent happy with that!  I hope you have enjoyed touring it along with me.  Thank you so much for stopping by!  Now you must check out the rest of the amazing bloggers that are participating in this hop.  Each and every one of these bloggers have amazing posts!  Inspiration, inspiration, inspiration!


Holiday Homes Blog Hop

1. Casa Watkins ~ Winter Home Tour, Part 3

2. Kolb Corner ~ Christmas Dining Room Tour and Holiday Homes Blog Hop

3. Green with Decor ~ 5 Must Haves for Christmas Decorating: The Family Room Christmas Tour

4. Karen’s Up On the Hill ~ Holiday Hallway and Holiday Homes Blog Hop

5. Twelve on Main ~ Farmhouse Christmas Dining Room Tour

6. The House Down the Lane ~ Holiday Homes Blog Hop: Red and White Christmas Dining Room

7. Creatively Homespun ~ A Vintage Christmas Dining Room

8. 2 Bees in a Pod ~ Guest Room Christmas Home Tour

9. Sew a Fine Seam ~ Dining Room Decked Out For Christmas

10. Knock It Off Crafts ~ Holiday Homes Blog Hop: Festive Master

11. Vintage Paint and More ~ Christmas Home Tour 2015, Part 1

12. Inside the Fox Den ~ Candy Coated Living Room

13. Penny Love Projects ~ Holiday Home Tour

14. Made In a Day ~ Mini Holiday Decor Tour

15. Refashionably Late ~ Holiday Home Hop

16. Pretty Practical Home ~ Simple (and Cheap) Holiday Porch Decor – Holiday Homes Blog Hop

17. Intelligent Domestications ~ Christmas Traditions Home Tour 2015

18. Our Crafty Mom ~ Outdoor Holiday Decor: Front Entry

19. Lehman Lane ~ Green and Gold Christmas Dining Room

20. C’mon, Get Crafty ~ 2015 Holiday Homes Blog Hop

21. My Pinterventures ~ 2015 Holiday Homes Blog Hop – Festive Family Room

Have a great day and remember…..

be inspired



  1. Your farmhouse Christmas dining room is wonderful. We love all of your creative and vintage touches. The kraft paper art is icing on the cake. So happy to tour with you. Merry Christmas!

  2. I LOVE that giant paper roll hanging in your dining room! So cool and your Christmas artwork is great. Your whole room is lovely – love the elements you used for your table centerpiece.

  3. I’d say you nailed the rustic beauty of farmhouse Christmas! Love that craft paper roll, ingenious!

  4. So pretty. I love all the pops of red and your artwork but my favorite is the dough bowl filled with rolled book pages. Cathy

  5. You have such great style, I always love seeing how you decorate! That craft paper roll is such a great idea!

  6. So lovely Sara! Every little touch is perfect and that craft paper roll is genius! So fun joining everyone for this hop!
    Happy holidays!

  7. Ok, your dining room gets all the heart eye emojis! I’m completely obsessed. And I love your idea of the festive Kraft paper roll! So happy to participate in this blog hop with you!

  8. I’m in love wth your shelves and paper roll. The dining room is one of the busiest rooms in our house and I think you used just the right amount of decorations to make the room festive without getting in the way of function.

  9. your dining room looks so pretty and festive. The perfect place to spend some time with family over so yummy holiday treats.

  10. Hi, Sara ~ Mission definitely accomplished! You have so many beautiful details in this room that I can’t choose my favorite (although, that sign is moving into the lead). :0) Thank you so much for joining the hop! Wishing you and your family a very Merry, simple, farmhouse Christmas.

  11. Hi Sara,
    So many cute ideas on those shelves!! Love that Paper Roll!! You have a such a unique and beautiful dining area! Have a great Holiday!

  12. Love love love! Adore the dining room decor and it’s perfect to get through the New Year. It’s not overly done for Christmas so it’s the perfect transitional dining room decor. 🙂 pinning and sharing

  13. Your farmhouse dining room looks beautiful Sara! Love the simplcity of how you decorated it for Christmas!

  14. This room looks so nice!! I absolutely love this room… probably my favorite (no surprise there hehe) It was so fun doing this hop… I’m so glad you were a part of it!! I’m getting so many new ideas for next year already! haha! xo!!

  15. I love your dining room! I have a craft roll paper but I am wondering how to hang it securely on the wall. How did you hang yours? Is yours a heavy roll? Thanks!

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