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Dec 3, 2018

Antique Buffet Decorated for Christmas

Christmas time is my favorite time of year, and every year I decorate the buffet in my dining room with fun Christmas decor. Last year I had a small tree on top of my buffet, but this year I didn't want to venture that deep into our storage shed to get it! Besides, I found a cool Santa mailbox and a peppermint cabinet to display on my buffet instead...
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IT'S DAY 7, AND WE'RE SHARING HOLIDAY DECOR IDEAS!

This year we are having a Seahawks themed Christmas in the living room with our Seahawks tree and Advent Calendar, but the dining room has a red, white, and teal theme. The teal tinsel garland was on a Christmas tree, but I found dark blue garland to use instead, which goes better with a Seahawks themed tree. So I decided to decorate my buffet with the tinsel and other Christmas items.

I was sooooooo excited when I found this peppermint cabinet during a shopping trip. I had been searching for the pumpkin spice cabinet, but I found this one instead. I knew it would be perfect for my Christmasy Rae Dunn Mugs. I also have some Rae Dunn tea light holders in there.


I was also happy to find this Letters for Santa Mailbox. And Pepper, our Elf on the Shelf, is back! I also have my Rae Dunn Nutcracker Dish on display.

I added a floral pick featuring a red bird to the top of my Birdhouse Scentsy Warmer. I have to remember to take it off before I turn the warmer on again!

This teal tray, the Marilyn Monroe alarm clock, black phone, and teal lantern are always on my buffet. I added the tree and the Rae Dunn tea light holders with red candles to make it more Christmasy. 

During a search for Rae Dunn Christmas items, I found this Rae Dunn 'Tis the Season planter. I kept the ribbon and Rae Dunn tag on it because it looked like a gift! And I filled it with red and teal ornaments. I added some mitten ornaments and a bell to the side of the planter.

I also have this Nativity TV on the buffet. It lights up and plays music.

I added little houses in random spots on the buffet, and I have a knit hat ornament and knit mitten ornaments hanging from the door pulls. I think my buffet is ready for Christmas!

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DAY 7: HOLIDAY DECOR IDEAS







6 comments:

  1. So pretty! I love the Rae Dunn touches, but the red and blue look amazing together. It's beautiful!

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  2. First off your antique buffet is gorgeous! Yes please to that adorable peppermint latte cabinet!!! Swooning over your retro television nativity too.

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  3. I love all the blue - it's such an unexpected Christmas color but that is what makes it perfect :)
    Best,
    Kelly

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  4. Your Christmas buffer decor is so pretty! I love the Peppermint cabinet. It is perfect for your Rae Dunn collection :)

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  5. Very festive and fun, T'onna! I love your buffet and you've styled it wonderfully for the season!

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  6. I love your holiday buffet! So many fun pieces to look at.

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