The glasses she uses are hand-me-downs from her parents' wedding.

By Ana Calderone
December 20, 2017 10:38 AM
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Kourtney Kardashian is all about mixing old and new when it comes to setting her Christmas table.

In a new post on her app, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star reveals that she hosts all of her sisters on Christmas morning for a holiday breakfast. The occasion allows her to pull out all her best holiday decor—an act the whole family seems to enjoy.

“Christmas is one of my favorite holidays and we always go overboard in decorating the whole house,” she says. “The kids love this time of year, so we have a tree in each of their bedrooms and also a bunch of big trees throughout the house.”

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In the dining room of her California home, Kardashian uses Christmas placemats, napkins and table runners from Williams-Sonoma. “The red, green and white tartan plaid immediately makes the room feel festive and is classic enough to use year after year,” she says.

For glassware she uses a combination of vintage Baccarat champagne coupes from her parents Kris Jenner and Rob Kardashian’s wedding, tall wine glasses from Crate & Barrel and smaller water glasses from Lee Broom. “If there are too many people and I don’t have enough glasses, I’ll mix in different styles and alternate between each seat—it looks cool and you don’t even notice!” she adds.

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Kardashian continues incorporating meaningful family pieces by using a set of Spode plates that her her mom gave her years ago (“The same ones I grew up with at home,” she says) and her dad’s “totally over the top” vintage gold bamboo silverware.

“I love using them because they make me a little nostalgic,” she says of the plates. “Plus, they’ve been used for so many years that it’s not the end of the world if something breaks or the kids chip one. I don’t get hung up about things like that.”

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Credit: Burke Doeren

Her finishing touches include red roses in gold vases to tie in with the flatware. Kardashian also puts out homemade napkin holders made with fresh rosemary, cinnamon sticks and a small gold bell held together with natural twine.

“The rosemary sprigs are so fragrant and make the entire room have a holiday scent,” she says.