Well, the joys of Christmas are right around the corner and I am so excited! As you may know, I enjoy decorating with Christmas Cone Trees. Today, I am sharing a Christmas Cone Centerpiece with Evergreens that I put together for the buffets (you can see my buffet/sideboard hack HERE) in our dining room.
I have been creating similar looks for the last few years and it morphs a little bit each new year. You can see my first one HERE and last year’s HERE. Pinterest peeps love them!
This year, I decided to only decorate the left side of our buffet since I put up our dining room Christmas tree (sneak peek here!) to the right of the buffet. Plus, it gives me a little more room for adding serving pieces when it comes time to eat.
The Details of a Christmas Cone Tree Centerpiece with Evergreens
Evergreens are quite prevalent here in Colorado. A variety of spruces, cedars, conifers, pines, junipers, etc. are native blessings we enjoy. I really love bringing the outdoors in and Christmas time is no exception!
For this centerpiece, I started with a mixed fresh garland from my local nursery and then added in more layers of cedar and magnolia leaves. When I first put this together, I used fresh magnolias but they dried out pretty quickly so I swapped them out for faux ones. Can you tell?!
For added drama, I draped the garland down the left side of the buffet. It helps balance the girth of the Christmas Tree that sits to the right in our dining room.
As per usual, I just added in a variety of sizes and styles of gold ornaments to top off the look. There no magic formula here…just set them in randomly.
To see more Ideas for Decorating with Christmas Cone Trees, click on this post HERE. You can also see another version of this centerpiece by visiting my Green and Gold Elegant Christmas Cone Tree Centerpiece HERE.
You can also see my recent post of How to Decorate for Christmas with Fresh Evergreens HERE.
Finally, I hope you all enjoyed these ideas for a Christmas Cone Tree Centerpiece with Evergreens. I also hope you had a relaxing Thanksgiving Day with your family. These weird times definitely made things different here this year. Now, we move into the Christmas Season with new delight!
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