7 Ways to Decorate Your Dining Chairs for the Holidays
Anastasiya Belik Photography; Styling by PEONY Art Decoration Studio
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If your style is more rustic and country than glitz and glam, wrap a burlap bow around your plain chairs. For a natural accent, add a small wreath or a grouping of festive greenery. Match the greens to your centerpiece for a more cohesive look.
Bring the outside in with this pinecone-and-ornament chair swag. Wrap a wide strip of burlap around the chair, then secure the pinecones and ornaments with a brown bow. For a special detail, you can fill the ornaments with feathers, pictures, or other small accents.
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For a simple, yet elegant décor idea, try adding a small plain wreath hung from a burlap ribbon. It won’t overpower your chairs or take away from your table décor. Plus, your guests can take a mini wreath home once the meal is over—so it doubles as a party favor.
If you can’t fit all of your favorite ornaments on the tree, don’t sweat it—use them to decorate your chairs. This idea is super easy to put together if your space needs some last-minute décor before the guests come. String the ornament on a ribbon and tie it to the chair in a pretty bow.
Kids will love this chair cover idea. Made from red and white felt pieces that are sewn together (don’t worry, the sewing is very minimal), these will fit perfectly over your chairs and will help disguise mismatched seating since they cover the whole back of the chair.
These will add both eye-candy and a festive scent to your dining area. Tie branches of rosemary together with burlap and hang from the back of each chair. You can place a special, personalized accent on each finished product, like your guest’s initial, or an ornament they can take home.
Write some holiday phrases on these chalkboard signs, or use them as place cards and put your guests’ names on each one. Take some metal chalkboards (they can be found at Michaels or on Etsy), decorate with chalk marker, and add some other festive accents like berries, greenery, or cutout shapes.