We all love a good and late breakfast, also known as brunch, especially on Christmas Day. Set your own dining room table to suit the whole family this Christmas season inspired by Jen Svendsen of Midwest Life and Style Blog. Watch how she transformed her dining room for brunch with the help of The Home Depot. I love everything about the holiday season. Traditions. the food. And, of course, the festive decor! For those who know me well, this should come as no surprise. (After all, the Christmas tones have been replicating for a few months now.) So this year I’m happy to collaborate with The Home Depot as a partner in the Holiday Style Challenge to share some ideas for creating a festive holiday brunch. Create a festive brunch One of my favorite holiday traditions is gathering around the table with family and friends for a meal. So, for my stylistic challenge, I decorated the dining room with pieces of home decor and holiday collections at The Home Depot. Complete with a DIY hot cocoa bar, it’s perfect for a festive Christmas brunch, don’t you think? Holidays Home This year, more than ever, I wanted to make our home feel welcome at the holidays. To capture those warm, warm vibes and create a timeless Christmas look, I used a mixture of greenery paired with reds, golds and traditional plaid throughout our home. Home Depot had everything I needed to decorate this season. From home decor to wreaths, trees, trinkets and more! The Home Depot is a one-stop shop for hall decorating. Don’t have a Home Depot store nearby? no problem! You can shop online or use the Home Depot mobile app and have everything delivered to your doorstep. Table setting starts creating a festive brunch with table design. To start, I used a basic white cloth as the base. Then I transformed this patterned throw blanket into a tablecloth. Next, to create a focal point, I picked out these adorable gold lanterns and filled them with a mixture of shatter-resistant red and gold ornaments. The ornaments add the right pop of color and help liven up the timeless Christmas look you’ve been thinking of. For the venue settings I created textures and layers using wooden chargers and these red fringed napkins. Then I used these classic cream stoneware, gold bowls, and some crystal champagne flutes to complete the brunch look. Hot cocoa is our home favorite during the holidays, so I also created a fun hot cocoa bar using our coffee jar and some glass jars full to toppings like marshmallows, candy canes and chocolate chips. Yum! Decorating the halls I love using greenery in all my holiday decorating. Home Depot has a variety to choose from including the new Woodmoore Holiday Collection pre-lit wreath. I love the beautiful details of the red berries and the large plaid bow! To bring even more holiday cheer to the room, I used a noble 12-foot fir wreath to encapsulate our light fixture. The lights on the garland help add an extra warm glow that makes the entire space look really charming. A tree with all the trimmings A vacation gathering wouldn’t be complete without a tree with all the trimmings. To continue the classic red and gold design, I decorated our tree with the same shatter-resistant motifs I used on the dining room table. Then, eventually, it topped it with a gold star in Mercury. Once I was done, I looked and felt that something was still missing, so I couldn’t resist including this holiday statue. It looks perfect from the inside tucked under the tree. No matter how you celebrate this season, I hope you feel inspired and that has given you some ideas for creating your own festive brunch. I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!