Rustic Glam Christmas Tablescape

Photography by Madi Flournoy Henderson
I’m beyond excited to share today’s post with you all…my rustic glam Christmas tablescape!  Sharing lifestyle posts is something that I plan to do more of in 2018 so I thought I would get a jump start and offer some decor inspiration for your Christmas table!
Christmas decor brightens and warms up our homes so much this time of year and for me personally, it brings me so much joy.  Creating a beautiful inviting tablescape adds more warmth to any home and it creates a welcoming space where people wish to congregate.  
Whether you are hosting family, friends, both, or just your immediate family for the holidays, my rustic glam Christmas tablescape is easy to create and it does not take a lot of time.  You can get inspiration from my tablescape or you can mimic this look by using the exact pieces shown here.  I hope today’s post inspires you to create a beautiful table for whomever you are hosting this holiday season.
I planned my tablescape around this red & white striped tablecloth that I fell in love with!  It’s not your traditional holiday tablecloth and that’s why I love it so much.  You can use it for the holidays and for many other occasions as well.  I also adore the tassel fringe detail, which adds such a unique touch to this tablecloth.  And for the price (it’s under $15), this tablecloth is high quality and is well made!
Pairing stripes with another print is always a great idea so I chose these forest green and white gingham cloth napkins next!  They come in a pack of 6 and are right at $15 as well.  They are high quality and perfect for your holiday gathering!  Gingham always feels a bit more casual (think picnic style) and I felt that these cloth napkins were in line with my rustic glam vision.  And how cute are these frosted foliage napkin rings?!  The pinecones give a woodland feel and the berries/frosted greenery adds a bit more glam to this napkin ring.
To keep with a rustic style, I chose some wood slab chargers as well as some small wood slices to set my tealight candleholders on.  I also selected flatware that looks like sticks!
For the “glam” element of my tablescape, I incorporated several mercury glass pieces like this pedestal hurricane candle holder, these pillar candle holders, and these tealight candleholders.  Mercury glass is so beautiful, especially when you light your candles and dim the lights…the light just glows off of the glass.
I finished my tablescape by adding some greenery that I picked up at Publix and some tree trimmings that I picked up from our local Christmas tree lot.  You can stop by your local tree lot and ask for tree trimmings (they should give the trimmings to you for free) and then you can create as much natural greenery for your table as you would like.  I also added fresh cranberries in the centerpiece to tie in the berries from the napkin rings and to pull it all together.  I would finish my table with a wine & water glass for me and Peter and a mason jar with ribbon and a little greenery for Reins and Addison.
Thank you for letting me share our rustic glam Christmas tablescape with you…I hope you find inspiration and if you do & wish to share how you were inspired on Instagram, please feel free to tag me @kbstyled or use the hashtag #kbstyled.
As always, thanks so much for stopping by…I hope you have a great day!

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