Monday, November 18, 2019

{ Cottage Christmas Gingerbread Dining Room }

Tuesday  already? Geesh these weeks are just  flying  by & that kind of upsets me...This is the best time of the year because it's  so cozy, loving & magical! I  get that the holiday's  aren't everyone's cup of tea, but I'm  on a mission each year to warm everyones heart...whether  it's  because you're  lonely,  sad, financially  struggling,  sick etc..I mentioned in yesterday's post HERE that I went super simple with Christmas  decor & more easily to transition  into winter decor because let's  face it Michigan  winters are LONG! Today I'm  sharing the comfiest warmest cottage gingerbread dining room!!! In the 7 years of blogging this simple cozy gingerbread dining  room is my favorite! It's  so cohesive, comfy & warm..Like  making fresh gingerbread with your gram ha. Come see the full look below...

** WARNING: Super picture  heavy post....just the way y'all  like it haha!


It all started with this chunky wood gingerbread sign I found on Etsy...I loved the authentic wood, green & brown. Our dining  rug is forest green & I liked the cohesive feel it added. 


I kept the cabinet super simple with antique cream & tan plaid plates, white dishes & lots of mason jars..I wanted the eye to be on the cozy grids & actual furniture  piece...This piece might be moving soon..😉.


I picked up these neutral  gingerbread men from Dollar Tree & they fit perfect. I didn't  want an overpowering amount of layers this year as in decor..You wouldn't  believe how hard it is to find neutral gingerbread goods...

Along with the sign, I ordered this gingerbread banner off of Etsy!! I'll  be honest, I don't  order much off of Etsy, because, well it's  pricey. 


This dining room is sooo comfy , festive  but also very simple. We enjoy many dinners in here, dogs  tipping chairs & all ha. 
• I'll  be blogging the downstairs  dining  room soon!!


If you can't  tell, I have an obsession with french cottagey gridded windows..everything in our little  cottage is gridded...even our vintage pantry door. It just adds so much  charm.

  DIY coming soon!


I wish I could have you all over for a huge charcuterie board feast, laughs & desserts!!


I incorporated my great grandpa's rolling pins into the tablescape...old with the new is KEY  for cozy decorating!
- Fun fact, my papa used to own a restaurant...boy do I wish he was still here & his restaurant!


I hope you enjoyed this comfy holiday baking look! Simple, fresh & go to motto in decorating. 


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