Today I’m sharing my Christmas decor from my mudroom/laundry room this year. I have so much kitschy vintage Christmas decor I’ve collected over the years and this seemed like the perfect spot to display some of it. I love how the bright colors really pop against the black and white gingham wallpaper and black chalkboard wall. This space is really so cheerful and fun to walk into everyday and it makes doing laundry a little bit better too!Read More
Today I’m sharing the next space up on my holiday home tour, my entryway. This space is always one of my favorite to decorate because of all the unique nooks and crannies and character of this space. I love to go for a winter wonderland look in here with tons of flocked trees, garlands, and wreaths and lots of white and neutrals. This year I added this giant chalkboard on the back wall with some lyrics from one of my favorite Christmas movies, White Christmas, which seemed fitting for the space. I also love the extra light and glow that these Christmas lights add to this back corner, which is normally kind of dark and bland. I’ve linked all my favorite decor items from this space below that you can use to recreate this look!Read More
Today I’m sharing the next space up on my holiday home tour, my pantry! As usual the star of the show in here is the crimson tinsel tree and chandelier full of vintage ornaments. The deep color of this Christmas tree is so unique and I love the way the ornaments pop against it. This room is such a mix of rustic and glam so I love to play that up each year with the metallic ornaments, sparkly garlands, and plenty of gold! I don’t think I will ever get tired of this vintage chandelier full of vintage ornaments either! Most of these vintage ornaments were from my grandmother and I’m so happy to have them because they are each so unique, intricate, and beautiful.Read More
’m kicking off this year’s holiday home tour with my favorite room of the house, my living room. Last year I started going with more neutrals and all-white for this space during the holidays and this year I continued with that theme. I also added in some more blush and pale pastels which I love. I usually do a real tree in here, but decided a flocked tree would fit even better with the overall colorscheme so I got this one from Wayfair (find more of my favorite flocked trees here). It is beautiful and great quality and a perfect size for this space. I also added a few new touches from Anthropologie like my faux fur tree skirt and mauve pom pom garland (shopping links below).Read More
The living room is probably my favorite space of all this year and I really wish I could keep it this festive year and cozy year round. I tried something different this year and stuck to a very neutral color palette all around. I layered lots of textures- knits + furs, plenty of gold accents, with pops of evergreen. Changing out the rug in here to this cozy, tasseled Wayfair rug made all the difference! This rug is AMAZING and such a steal! The gold house lanterns from Target are another one of my favorite pieces in the room. Almost all my tree ornaments are from Hobby Lobby and since Christmas is pretty much constantly 50% off there, I was able to fill the entire tree for under $50. I really wanted a super full tree with lots of clustered, oversized ornaments and I opted for simple and small clear twinkle lights as a base. I don't think I will ever stray from the simple white + gold color scheme in here again for the holidays. Something about it just feels extra cozy and it looks so simple + chic. If you have any questions about sources of other items, just ask! You can find the rest of this year's holiday home tour posts here.
This main entryway of our home is such a fun spot to decorate each season. I love to make it feel super cozy each year for Christmas and this vintage flocked tree is the perfect staple piece to set the tone for the entire space. I especially love how the addition of some string lights and garlands make this back corner (which is usually dark and dreary) have a soft, warm glow. I wrap the stair banister with faux flocked garland layered on top of fresh pine garland and extend it all the way up the stairs. These battery powered twinkle lights are a life-saver in this area especially for the banister. I love being able to easily light these areas where there are no electrical outlets without any ugly cords showing. If you have any questions about decor sources in this space- just ask! You can find the rest of my holiday home tour posts here.