Tablescape Tuesday ~ Seattle Christmas

Welcome to Tablescape Tuesday hosted by Susan at Between Naps on the Porch. Today I’m sharing a Christmas Table from my home in the Seattle Area of Washington State.

The Santa Hat Chair covers are from Target clearance a couple years ago.

I just bought the green goblets over Thanksgiving at Goodwill in Lynwood, Washington. I paid full price for them $1.99 each and there were 11 of them.

The red chargers are from Sears. They were 50% off so I got a package of 4 for $9.99.

 

The square green salad plates were from Sears, too, on sale but I forget how much.

The 3 tiered sever is from Target clearance from a couple years ago.

The crystal side dishes are from Goodwill in Bellevue

 

I forget where I bought the poinsettia napkin rings but I bought them last year at a Christmas Clearance sale. I love this tablecloth that I bought years ago from Molbaks at their after Christmas sale…

To see more tablescapes visit Susan at Between Naps on the Porch.

Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007 to 2015 hostage and has replaced them all with ugly black and grey boxes asking for a ransom to have them re-published. Such a frustrating bother as I go through each post to delete the ugly boxes.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

20 thoughts on “Tablescape Tuesday ~ Seattle Christmas

  1. I love your vintage figurines displayed on your three-tier server!! Those green goblets are just perfect to go with the theme. I keep telling my husband if we ever visit our friends in Santa Barbara, I am going to look you up, and we can go thrifting together! πŸ˜‰

  2. I love your tablescape. The chair covers are just darling. Don’t you love finding things on sale? I know I do..I just read where you are in the Seattle area. I have an Aunt and Uncle in Bellevue. My grandparents lived in Seattle before moving to Palm Springs. That’s been many years ago, but it is so nice to connect with someone still in the area.. I enjoyed your tablescape today. I’m glad you came by today.. I’ll add you to my blog roll so we can continue to visit.. hugs ~lynne~

  3. Your dining room color looks so pretty with this tablescape…It just makes the chair covers pop…I’m loving seeing the square dishes some of you ladies are showing… I’m going to be on the lookout for some. A very pretty table indeed! πŸ˜‰ Bo

  4. Whoah! 129 comments. I’m afraid I’d get lost in the shuffle so I’ll comment here.

    Love your Christmas look – very homey – I can just imagine sitting in front of the fire with that beautiful lighted tree. Not to mention the candy – I’m going to try that for a a Christmas basket or two that I’m making πŸ™‚

    It must be a challenge to decorate 2 places!

    But you have done a wonderful job πŸ™‚

    xo
    k

  5. Oh yes I remember your home from last week! I love your green walls…what a beautiful backdrop for any tablescape!
    Your table looks great I love that you mixed your shapes of dinnerware.
    Very nice…
    This is my first time to join the fun..visit me at whiteirisdesigns.blogspot.com

  6. I’m so happy to make your acquaintence via Susan’s Tablescape Tuesday. Your table is outstanding. I have those same goblets–wedding gifts from so many, many years ago and I love them still. What a great find–my mom and I love to Dish Shop at Goodwill.
    I’m going back for another look at this beautiful tablesetting.

  7. This couldn’t be more perfect! No one would ever guess the bargains to got on all of your beautiful table accessories! Your tablecloth looks wonderful with this all! The glasses are great! Oh, you’ve done well!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia πŸ™‚

  8. Love that you have the server in the middle of the table so everyone can help them self. You may have payed more than you wanted to for your goblets, but the color is wonderful. The napkins look like a flower.
    Your chair covers look great.

  9. I love your tablescape. I know I wondered about the 3 tier serving piece. I had thought it looked Scandavian. Now I know where you got it. I was at Target last night and Hancock’s fabrics too. I was shopping for stocking stuffers for hubby and daughter. I was noticing lots of things I would like to get. Most on sale, but we can’t spend much right now. Maybe I will check again during the after Christmas sales and see if there is something still around that I would like to have. I did spot a round tablecloth that would be good for my round table at Target. If it is still there, I might get it then.

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