11 of the best Christmas table ideas we found on Pinterest
Ah, the big world of Pinterest. If you’ve ever found yourself looking for the answer to the question “What should I bake, decorate, make myself or make today?” questions, Pinterest will always be the source for your reference. When it comes to the most important work of preparing holiday food, wrapping presents, and making the house warm and inviting, I want to feel as energized and inspired as possible. And while I’m all happy to take on all the chores that to-do involves, there’s nothing I’m more excited about than setting the table for the big Christmas Day meal. If that’s the case for you, don’t think I’ll let you hang. I’m sharing my endless inspiration for Christmas table setting ideas, thanks to Pinterest.
I’m sure you’ll agree when I say that there’s nothing better than pairing delicious food with a beautiful setting, (plus, all the loved ones you get to sit around your table) . After all, when all is said and done, the real reason we have to put in the effort to remodel our homes is to get cozy with friends and family. But if you’re scrolling through the many photos we’re all bound to take, (because while presence is key, I love capturing all the fun it takes), I’m sure You will surely be delighted to see the beautiful backdrop you took the time to create.
And so, because I can easily get lost in an hour-long rabbit hole of Pinterest bliss, I have no problem scouring the platform for ideas that work from there. . Whether you’re after modern, minimal, whimsical or farmhouse chic (or anything in between), you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for here. I’ve rounded up my favorite aesthetics and options for all the decor you could want and need.
Featured image of Tieghan Gerard
If you want to make your guests feel like they’ve just stepped into the most luxurious Christmas themed fairy tale possible, then this is the answer for you. I like the balance of white accents on a wood background mixed with a variety of fresh and varied plants to create natural vibrancy. Everyone at your table is guaranteed to feel at home (and wonder if they’ll be magically transported to Denmark for dinner).
Last year, Camille’s Christmas decor was to combine a neutral color palette with a natural woodsy aesthetic. While artificial accents can sometimes be a necessity, this look gives off a rustic feel with all the real greenery, dotted with pine cones and birch-wrapped candles just one measure. good. With a fire quietly burning in the background, you might just think you’re in the middle of a forest.
I could definitely get on board with a picturesque holiday home. Satisfying symmetry and coordinated colors are a balance for my Type A soul, but as I learn to embrace the principles of wabi-sabi, I like to find magic in the unsavory. physical, impermanent and incomplete. When I spend vacations with my family, I love to open up all the decorations and decorations we’ve made over the years. While I appreciate the beauty of aesthetically pleasing décor, nothing beats the joy of connecting a heart-made object with a cherished memory. If the same goes for you, I highly recommend letting Camille’s desk inspire your own.
There’s a reason we’re all obsessed with Scandinavian design, food, and philosophy (hygge, anyone?). With comfort and ease at the heart of this lifestyle, it’s no surprise that the decorative approach puts you at ease right away. The combination of greenery, a monochromatic space, and a few small tea lights scattered across the table is pure simple holiday dinner magic. Black, gray and green are the driving force behind this palette, helping you get lost in a dreamland decorated with Danish inspired decor.
If you’re a centerpiece lover, this is the board frame for you. The composition of this scene layer, coupled with a cozy and modern feel, creates an undeniably impressive yet appealing final result. You can click through to find a step-by-step DIY tutorial for stitching the centers of the hoop together, or purchase our option for a minimalist garland below and simply attach a base for balance. In addition, a combo of velvet pillows and sheepskin to make seats? Absolutely beneficial for a nap after a meal.
For your adults-only Christmas dinner, this table sets the mood. You know and love Tieghan Gerard for her mouthwatering recipes, and if you check her blog and Instagram daily for details (with errors), you might as well know that the girl This one has a knack for designing many enviable interior decoration motifs. This table represents Tieghan’s approach to stress-free entertainment. While it’s certainly nothing fancy, you don’t have to recreate the look for yourself. A couple of coupe glasses, classic silver and a dark dinner set – plus in-season fruit that can be eaten. I’m happy to be pulled up to a chair.
Just looking at this photo brings me right into rural New England, with idyllic images of a snow-white holiday, checkered shirts and a breakfast Kringle dancing in my head. If that quote perfectly encapsulates your ideal Christmas, let this table be your guide. While you may need to enlist a little help to do the evergreen and decorative installation, the table itself is a streamlined simplicity that is easy to recreate.
If Norman Rockwell were tasked with illustrating a Christmas scene in 2021, he’d be bummed that it would be this house. The juxtaposition of textures and aesthetics creates a sense of classicism and great coherence. By weaving green all over the flowers and on the bed sheets, you can go a little wild with the other elements of the table. There’s a lot going on here, though, so make sure you don’t overdo it with all that you have to offer. I call it creativity that thrives within limits.
While the black and white looks a bit obvious, this table does an impressive job weaving a bit of whimsy into its composition. A few decorative figurines (how cute are these houses?!), unexpected shaped wine glasses and modern conical holders provide a dynamic display and set the stage for beautiful meal to come.
If you didn’t wake up to snow on Christmas morning this year, why not nurture the dream indoors. A winter white table gets some festive interest and flair from pine cones and a stretch of greenery (with a bit of interweaving into the venue scene just because). How does the song come back? I’m dreaming of a white Christmas…
I love a skiing weekend. Running after running (after running) down the mountain sounds like absolute bliss — I have to admit that I prefer to warm up in the motel more. If this sounds like you, recreate the alpine atmosphere with this gorgeous table. White, green and a touch of yellow combine to create a clean yet charming space. Grounding the tall spiky candles with a wreath of frost-covered greenery was enough to make me feel like I’d just finished a day of climbing.