Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Christmas In the Dining Room

Hi my friends!

Hope you are all doing well and enjoying every moment of this season.

Wanted to share a few touches of Christmas that I have added to our dining room.

dr buffet 3

dr buffet 4

dr chalkboard 1

dr buffet 1

dr table 1

jelly cabinet 1

jelly cabinet 2

jelly cabinet 3

jelly cabinet 4

jelly cabinet 5

Last night my old farm table was filled with food brought by very special friends of mine.  I had my annual ornament swap that I have had for about twelve years now.  So fun to be with sister’s in Christ… eating, exchanging gifts, and laughing. 

It’s fun to laugh, isn’t it?

Merry, almost, Christmas!

Linking up at Faded Charm, Brambleberry Cottage

By the way, you should head over to a friend's place, A Prairie Girl Farm, for some awesome giveaways.


Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Like your dining room centerpiece with mason jars. It looks like I have the same table runner as you do.

Happy Holidays!

toves sammensurium said...

love your menu with all things delicious :))))
and delicious is the keyword here,excactly how I find your pictures as well...delicisous,inspiring,beautiful!

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

Hi Amy,
I think everything looks so beautiful and festive!! I love that cabinet with the white ironstone in it!!
Your ornament swap sounds like so much fun!
Hope you have a lovely day.

cityfarmer said...

I HAD to show this jelly cupboard off on my thrift'n on a thursday link party number three

hope you don't mind

NanaDiana said...

Oh, Ames! It looks sooo nice! I love all the little bottle toppers that you have dressed up! Everything is looking perfect and Christmasy at your house. xo Diana

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

Love the rustic basket with the greenery and the mercury pretty!! The blue bottles are gorgeous too!

michelle said...

Beautiful Amy!!! I love the basket of greenery and mercury glass. :) I hope you are enjoying the season. Merry Christmas to you!!

Blondie's Journal said...

Everything looks so pretty dressed up for Christmas, Amy! Love the basket filled with greens and baubles and your gorgeous cabinet. The little stockings are very cute, too! Did you make them?

Happy Holidays. I am glad you enjoyed your swap party...those are so fun! :-)


Becky C said...

Your dining room looks so festive with the greenery! I love the candle light photo. And your pottery barn table runner is fabulous with the ball jars centerpiece. I sure wish I could have been at your ornament swap! Eating good food together and laughing...
Miss you badly

Pattie said...

Amy I have that same PB runner Love it and all the bottles are great too OK I love everything....

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

Very pretty! I especially love that white cabinet with the piles of dishes and lovely linens. Cool basket too.

Tiffini Kilgore said...

so happy you got to enjoy the warmth of friends around your table and what pretty decor as you entertained:)
enjoy your evening

Connie (aka LOU) said...

Beautiful Amy! Your arrangement of the blue bottles and the blue Ball jars are great! I'm thinkin' I'm kinda into the blue colors this year. Like the greenery filled basket too. Is that scalloped mirror just propped up? Like that too.
Connie LOU

A Vintage Vine said...

Those vintage bottles on display are wonderful! Great job on putting this all together, thanks for sharing!

Prairie Girl Farm said...

Oh goodness Amy! It looks amazing! I only hope our farmhouse will look half as stunning as yours next year! Right now, we only have our Christmas tree and a few small other things up, as we're knee deep in salvage barn wood and tin for remodeling project No.1 lol.
You out did yourself!
P.S. Merry Christmas "almost" to you too! ;)

Lori said...

Love the cupboard with all the stacked white. (Is Miss Buckets OK?) I haven't seen a post lately.

Robin said...

I looks so pretty. I love all the cnadles on your sideboard and also the centerpiece.

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

It all looks have done a wonderul job.


Debbie said...

Yes, it's fun to laugh. I think it really is medicine. I love the natural elements in your decorating. To me, you can do more with pine cones and ever greens than anything you can buy. I use them all over my house.