Using Shades of Blue Christmas Decor sets a lovely scene on our breakfast table and nook. I’ve combined some coastal touches to make this spot bright and cheery.
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For the centerpiece of the table, I shopped my home to find items to use. The jars, reindeer, candles, and holders are all items that can be combined for my festive blue table decor.
Shades of Blue Christmas Table
I found these fun reindeer plates last year and I love that they have teal in them. I like to use fun pieces for this small table and these are perfect for that look.
The blue tinted jars are a couple of my favorite pieces to use on this breakfast nook table. I added a combination of greenery that I had in my Christmas bins along with the sparkly blue reindeer. The JOY piece adds a little more blue to the centerpiece area.
Our wine rack is also in the breakfast nook area. I’ve decorated it with more shades of blue. The Ho Ho Ho Sand Dollar Sign was an easy Cricut Project.
Over the years, I’ve collected both nutcracker and Santa figurines. I love finding ways to display as many of them as I can during the holidays.
The tray with a metal house and bottle brush trees all came from my craft stash. The snowflake wine glasses were purchased at Dollar Tree at least five years ago. They’ve held up great!
Another coastal Santa stands near the small coastal tree in front of one of the windows in the area. This is one of my favorite Santas.
I shared my Small Coastal Tree during our Festive Christmas Ideas Event this year. It was in the sunroom until I put up a large tree in that room.
To add more coastal flair to the space, the Seas & Greetings Seashell Tree decor sits on a nearby shelf.
Creating my Shades of Blue Christmas table and nook area was budget friendly since I didn’t buy any new items for it. It’s fun to find new ways to use decor pieces each year for different looks. This year’s coastal blue decor is one of my favorites for the space.
The crystal candle holders and napkin rings with white candles and napkins help to keep the table’s focus on the blue centerpiece.
Tips for Creating Shades of Blue Christmas Decor and Table
- Shop your home for items that work with the blue color scheme.
- Sort the pieces by size, color, and use.
- Combine various shades of blue to help make each item stand out.
- Complement the blue pieces with white and crystal for a bright and cheery look.
- Coastal elements are perfect to use with blue Christmas decor.
- Rethink how you’ve used old decor pieces to avoid making new purchases.
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Blue and White Christmas Table and Decor
I find lots of my coastal Christmas decor pieces at stores like TJ Maxx and Home Goods, but if you’re like me and doing more online shopping this holiday season, I found some fun coastal Christmas pieces on Amazon. (Affiliate links below)
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