My plaid Christmas table ideas are inexpensive and perfect for your holiday decor. Add some festive cheer to your table in the form of plaid! This post is sponsored by the Better Homes and Gardens Collection at Walmart however all projects and opinions are my own. These ideas and items are from Walmart so you know that you can get great value for your money. An expensive table that looks amazing? That is my kind of Christmas!
I started with the rustic centerpiece. After all, it is the star of the show! I wanted something that was simple yet gorgeous. I started with seven of the Better Homes and Gardens Acacia Wood Bark Chargers.
I stacked those rustic wood chargers in the center of my table. I love the live edge and dark color on those wood slices. I added a few mason jars that have layers of Epsom salts, cranberries, and some greenery.
I added on a three pack of the Better Homes and Gardens Twig Pillar Candles. I love the LED battery operated candles from BHG for the holidays. This version with the twigs inside fit perfectly with my rustic country theme.
I then added in a few pine cones to complete the look.
I needed a table cloth to pull the entire look together. I began dreaming of lumberjack plaid. But where would I find what I needed? Look no further than Walmart! I picked up a twin sized flannel sheet set. I used the flat sheet to make a tablecloth. Then the fitted sheet and pillow case became napkins. I love the look and it was budget friendly!
Each place setting received a napkin with a deer napkin ring.
I found the rustic ornaments at Walmart as well and used those as initial place cards.
Those gorgeous plates are from Better Homes and Gardens as well. The Better Homes and Gardens White Hobnail Dinner Plates are swoon worthy! I love a good white plate that can be used season after season.
The Better Homes & Gardens Faux Wood Chargers also worked perfectly with this rustic table.
I am in love with the rustic elements elements and plaid Christmas table ideas that I managed to pull off here. I can’t wait to recreate this for my family for the holidays!