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Hey friends! We are finally into our new home! Moving always seems like a great idea until you have to pack up all of your stuff and rearrange it into a new location. AMIRIGHT?! Nonetheless, I am super excited to start decorating and add some pizzazz to our house—especially for the holidays.
After we unpacked some, I went ahead and set up this simple rustic glam tablescape in our dining room. This look was super budget friendly, but totally made a difference in this space.
For this look, I used a natural looking linen tablecloth, silver chargers, white plates, silver lined napkins and pinecones. I sprayed the tips of the pinecones with a little silver spray paint to give them the “glam” look I was going for. I used pinecones with a flat bottom so they would stand up on the napkins.
The centerpiece is just a small brown crate filled with a few leftover ornaments from our tree. I love the contrast of the shiny ornaments and rustic look crate!
I put a few decorations up on the buffet that I may need to rearrange later, but it looks fine for now. I just included some of our everyday décor and added some bottle brush Christmas trees and other silver accents for sparkle.
I can’t wait to spend time with our friends and family in this new space. I bought some new Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloths from Kroger to help me tackle all of the holiday mess in the kitchen and throughout the house. The non-scratch scrubbing dots on one side of the cloth help power through all types of tough messes, while the other side of the cloth allows you to easily wipe and dry your surfaces and dishes.
You can purchase Scotch-Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloths at Kroger! Be on the lookout for an in-store Clip Strip Offer for $1 off 1-pack promo starting on 12/4.
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