Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Christmas Tablescape

I'm running out of time to get all of my posts published before Christmas. 
Where has the time gone? 

Our new Hearth and Hand from Magnolia linens are the cornerstone of this table setting. 

Vintage thrift store dishes rest on black chargers. They are Florentine pattern by Crown Ducal. 
The chargers are from Hobby Lobby. 

Mikasa luncheon plates in the Holiday Season pattern add another layer. 
This pattern has been discontinued since 2003. 

I placed the napkin across the plate and I adorned it with a black and silver ornament.
The ornaments came from Walmart a few years ago. 

The stemware is June by Fostoria. It belonged to my mother in law. 

The flatware is English Gadroon by Gorham.

I love these Nordic looking lanterns. They were at Joann's last Christmas.

Snowy trees and branches anchor the centerpiece. 

Thanks so much for stopping by.
I love a pretty table.

Here is where I party:


  1. Beautiful table setting. Love the green and black plaid. So pretty.
    Have a great rest of the week. The count down is on. Merry Christmas.

  2. Looks so pretty Katie. Love the Nordic looking lantern. Will be on the look-out for some of those. Have a wonderful Christmas.
    Audrey Z.

  3. I love the black and green as well. The house lanterns are so unique and I love them with this tablescape. Your dishes are beautiful too!

  4. Your Christmas table looks great! The lantern were an amazing find.

  5. Katie,
    Love the green and black linens with your centerpiece of galvanized buildings and tree... Pinned it to my Christmas Decor pinterest board.

    Merry Christmas,


  6. Katie, I'm in the same boat on time! But this is worth the time posting and the time reading. Beautiful!

    A side note -- I'm having a 10th blog anniversary drawing which closes on Christmas. There are links to the sign-up post from whichever post you land on! Do enter!

  7. I know it's June but I somehow stumbled on this post. I'm totally inspired. I have the crown ducal and Cambridge Rosepoint crystal (very similar to the fostoria) that were left to me by an uncle. I also have the English Gadroon Flatware which belonged to my mother. I have a different set of magnolia linens that I will use. Thanks so much for posting! I love seeing things that I have put together in a new way!