Two French Christmas Tablescapes

french christmas tablescapes

If you’re new here and coming over from Sweet Chaos Home from the Blogger Stylin’ Home tours, WELCOME!

If anyone knows just a little bit about me, they know that I’m a vintage and french loving freak!  Okay, maybe not the freak part.  Ever since I was a teenager I’ve been obsessed with Paris/French decor/vintage decor/.  I love putting it all together and this year I’ve done it all up for Christmas!

In fact, today I’m going to show you two French tablescapes:  1) Christmas morning in the kitchen and  2) Christmas dinner in the dining room!

Ready for the tour?

Christmas Morning Tablescape

I recently made this grainsack tablecloth that I’ll be showing you next week how to make!

christmas morning


I’ve made some delicious cinnamon buns.  Help yourself to this pretty vintage french buffet in our kitchen eating area.

grainsack tablecloth

I love these plates and mugs I purchased at Pottery Barn a few years ago.  The large platter that says ‘peace on earth’ I use often as it doesn’t look too Christmas-y.

Pottery Barn Christmas plates

french drying rack

holiday to do list

Now let’s move on to our second French Christmas tablescape…


Christmas Dinner in the Dining Room

Eiffel towers

I love these little Paris tree ornaments.  I’ve used them as individual place settings.

Paris tree ornaments

french tablescape

I’ve had this collection of Eiffel towers for years.  It’s usually in my bedroom but I brought it down to enjoy Christmas this year.

Eiffel tower collection

Eiffel tower collection

I made these napkins a couple of years ago and I really should show you how easy they were to make!

I’ve made them large enough to double as a placemat.

linen napkins

Paris Christmas

French Christmas collage

Did you spy the 7-Up Crate with evergreen and flocked twigs?  Yes, I moved it from the kitchen when you weren’t looking.

french and vintage decor

I love these silhouettes of my kids.

children silhouettes

I added a little Eiffel tower ornament to that wreath on the mirror {naturally}.

Eiffel tower wreath

Do you like my tomato cage Christmas tree?  I think it almost looks like the Eiffel tower.

I added some ‘jewelry’ to it and put it in my largest crock {because you know how much I love crocks!}.

Eiffel tower Christmas tree

I’ve recently painted my dining room and I love the colour: Horizon by Benjamin Moore.

Pottery Barn buffet

We have such a large dining room that I utilized the space by the bay window for more seating.

I added a quaint little bistro set then dressed it up for Christmas.

french bistro set

It’s complete with an old crate, a Christmas in Paris book, and these twine Christmas trees I made last year.

twine trees

french and vintage christmas collage

Thank you so much for joining me on this tour!

Now head on over to A Home Full of Color!

And be sure to check out all these other amazing Christmas tours!!


blogger stylin' home tours

Monday December 9
Roeshel - DIY Showoff
Jess and Monica - East Coast Creative
Laura - Finding Home
Sarah - Sarah M. Dorsey
Brittany - Brittany Makes
Tuesday December 10
Caitlin - Desert Domicile
Carolyn - Sweet Chaos Home
Jamie - So Much Better with Age  ~~  that’s me!!!
Wednesday December 11
Jamie - C.R.A.F.T.
Michelle - Decor and the Dog
Whitney - The Curtis Casa
Kristin - Bliss at Home
Summer - Simple Stylings
Thursday December 12
Jenna - SAS Interiors
Chris - Just a Girl 
Michelle - Iron and Twine
Lindsay - Makely Home
Friday December 13
Kristin - Hunted Interior
Eileen - A Creative Day
Kristen - KFD Designs
Jessica - Dear Emmeline 
Carmel - Our Fifth House


Christmas Ideas 2013

Linking up to these parties &

Savvy Southern Style & Jennifer Rizzo & Common Ground & City Farmhouse & The Scoop & Home Stories A to Z & My Repurposed Life & Between Naps On The Porch

Shabby Art Boutique & Jennifer Rizzo & Setting For Four - Christmas Link Parties


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  4. I want to be at your house right now…it is so warm and inviting! Plus, those ornaments on your dining table…I am in LOVE!

    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

  5. Your tablescapes are both gorgeous, Jamie! I absolutely adore your grain sack tablecloth (incredible job!) and those PB plates are so perfect! All the details you added are so pretty and if I had that 7-up crate, I would move him to whatever room I was in at the time…it is so cool! ;) Love it!

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  14. I’m coming through French country cottage, and I’m French and living in PARIS, so when I saw your Eiffel towers, I wanted to hug you !! It’s always so pleasant to meet people loving and enjoying France !
    Love your christmas home, so lovely with that touch of France.

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    • Wow, what a sweet comment!! I love everything French {especially Paris & the Eiffel Tower} even though I’m Canadian. Thanks so much for stopping by.
      Big hugs,

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  16. Hi Jamie, I am in love with everything in this post! How did I not know you were a fellow Francophile freak! I even have some of the same little Eiffel towers, including the bottle with the cork. I am featuring this post at my party tomorrow afternoon. Thank you! Happy New Year. -Karen

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