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Hey guys! Today I want to share with you my red and gold Christmas in my dining room!
We’re not hosting Christmas for the entire family this year because of Covid. It will just me my hubby, my mom and me. We’re not going to use this dining room this year – instead we will eat Christmas dinner on our smaller breakfast table. I still wanted to decorate our dining room to add some much needed cheer for this year!
I’ve always wanted to do a red and gold Christmas theme, but wasn’t sure how it would look in our home. I really love how it turned out!
I decorated our dining room chandelier using pine picks arranged in a circle around the chandelier, Christmas picks, gold bead garland and red and gold ornaments.
To create this centerpiece I started with a vintage serving plate, added brass candle holders with white tapered candles, and finished it with gold bead garland and red ornaments. It was so simple to create but it packs a lot of punch!
To create this wreath I started with a plain faux pine wreath and sprayed it with artificial snow. I let the artificial snow dry for a few hours and then added Christmas picks and gold poinsettia flowers.
I kept this hutch simple this year and just added some pine cones and Christmas sprigs to give it festive vibes.
I love how my Christmas tree turned out! It was my first time decorating a flocked tree. I started with red and gold ribbon for the garland, then added Christmas picks, red and gold ornaments, and gold poinsettia flowers.
Thanks so much for visiting my red and gold Christmas dining room! I hope you have a very merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a wonderful New Year!