Dining Room- Decorated for Christmas {with sources}

Holiday greetings friends!  Today I wanted to share some details of my dining room holiday decor.  Last year I was shopping our local HomeGoods and stumbled upon these gorgeous peacock salad plates and knew they would be perfect for my Christmas table.

***Photography via Laurie Perez***

Dining Room Christmas table peacock plates

Peacock Plates-HomeGoods

Gold Rim Dinner Plate- Mikasa Crown Jewel  (my wedding china)

Greek Key Chargers purchased 2 years ago- Z Gallerie

Gold Flatware- One Kings Lane- similar here

Black & White Chevron Runner- Fabric.com

Dining Room Christmas Decor

Gold Candlesticks- TJMaxx-years ago and I spray painted them gold

Faux Boxwood Balls- HomeGoods-similar here

Glassware- some vintage and some from HomeGoods

Chandelier- Currey & Company Demure chandelier (sadly it’s discountinued)

Dining Room Christmas agate centerpiece

The agate centerpiece was a DIY.  I used an old rectangular container that was water tight, applied gold leaf to the outside and attached blue agate coasters to the front using E600 adhesive.  Fill with water and fresh tulips! Easy-peasy!

Dining Room Christmas agate centerpiece2

Dining Room Christmas table

Dining Room Christmas table overhead shot

Dining room Christmas chandelier

Dining Room Buffet Christmas

Lamps- Eklektik Interiors

Mirrors- Vintage shop- similar here

Boxwood wreath- Target (years ago)- similar here

Dresser-Vintage and refinished in a gray wash stain

Wall Color- Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter

Dining Room seashell with greenery and candles

Clamshell-Z Gallerie

Fresh Greens- Lynch Creek Farms

Mercury Glass ornaments- Pottery Barn (years ago)

Ribbon- Gold Silk from a local craft wholesale shop- similar here

Battery Operated Candles- Pottery Barn These are my go-to for flameless candles, they have a great “flame” look and are programmable so you don’t have to worry about turning them on & off.  Tons of great sizes too!


4 thoughts on “Dining Room- Decorated for Christmas {with sources}”

  1. KATHYSUE says:

    This is beyond gorgeous Amanda and I just might have to copy that great DIY using the agate coasters. You definitely had a beautiful vision. I pinned away!!
    Merry Christmas,

  2. Lindsey says:

    Totally agree with the previous comment about the agate vase. It’s the star of the entire table!! Was the gold leafing rather easy? I’m not a DIYer so would need it to be fool proof for me to make this.

    1. Amanda Eck says:

      Thank you so much!! It was fairly easy- buy very messy. Gold leafing gets everywhere but I always love the results!

  3. Kathleen DiPaolo says:

    Gorgeous Amanda!!! Merry Christmas! xoxo, K

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