Dining Room Buffet Transformed into a Hot Chocolate Bar

Wendy from <a href="http://shabbynest.blogspot.com/" target="_blank">The Shabby Nest</a> knows that the bitter cold of the holidays can be conquered with a mug of hot cocoa. She makes-over her dining room buffet into a fun and festive tablescape of hot chocolate with all its fixings. Wendy from <a href="http://shabbynest.blogspot.com/" target="_blank">The Shabby Nest</a> knows that the bitter cold of the holidays can be conquered with a mug of hot cocoa. She makes-over her dining room buffet into a fun and festive tablescape of hot chocolate with all its fixings.
Wendy from Shabby Nest makes-over her dinning room buffet into a hot chocolate bar. #BrightIdeas

Wendy from The Shabby Nest knows that the bitter cold of the holidays can be conquered with a mug of hot cocoa. She makes-over her dining room buffet into a fun and festive tablescape of hot chocolate with all its fixings.

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Here is the buffet in her dining room decorated for autumn. She had to get it ready for holiday entertaining. What better than a hot chocolate bar?
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She headed out to The Home Depot to pick up some cleaning supplies and decorations to get her dining room ready for the season. She knew after she pulled apart the autumn mantle, she'd had a bit of a mess on her hands. She also grabbed some plywood for the backdrop.
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Everything needed a good scrubbing. Good thing she had already stocked up on Dawn, Bounty Paper Towels, Febreze, and Swiffer Duster, during her trip to The Home Depot.
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She found these cute reindeer mugs that would be perfect for the bar.
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Here's her adorable hot chocolate bar! She used the plywood as a backing from some old pallet wood to create a backdrop for the bar and put a cute cardboard deer head on it to make it festive.
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The fun reindeer mugs, candy canes and chalkboard art add to the perfect festive feeling! See even more ideas on Wendy's Christmas Home Tour!