We are less than a week away from Christmas and I thought I would share all of my Christmas décor in one home tour blog post! I love decorating for this time of year!
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I wanted to create a snowy, woodsy wonderland theme this year for my tree. This is the first year that I have really stuck to a specific theme. In years past I have loosely had a woodland theme, but I included basically just all of the ornaments I had. This year I really stuck to my theme and color palette.
Most of my tree décor is from years prior. The white glittery ornaments, white glittery ribbon, faux fur ribbon, and topper are from At Home. The bottle brush animals are from Pottery barn years ago, and the flocked twig ribbon is from Hobby Lobby last year.
The stockings and the red buffalo plaid pillows are the only red in my living room. I got the stockings right after Elijah was born and finally found another one for Isaiah this year! The bottle brush trees are from Walmart as is the ribbon hanging the wreath, and the stocking holders. I’m pretty sure the wreath is from Michael’s.
Christmas Dining Room
I chose to decorate my dining room two different ways this year. The base for both table scapes were the snowflake placemats that I have had for years. The other elements that were used as a base were my white plates that I use year round, and the setee with the black and white buffalo plaid pillows.
This first way was with these cute plaid plates from Michael’s. I added a black tray to the center of the table with some simple white candles and small ornaments.
The second way kept it a little more simple with just the greenery centerpiece with candles and the white plates.
Something I started 2 years ago is having a kids tree. We got this little guy for a steal at Target, and I let Elijah (and next year Isaiah too) decorate it with all of the fun kids ornaments and their special ornaments they will get over the years. As you can see, there is no rhyme or reason to it. It really is his tree, and I love it that way. It’s a fun tradition and I love it.
This little space is where the Christmas red lives. In addition to the red on the tree I added garland and red berries to the chandelier. I also added a bunch more red to the bookcases.
The little snowmen in the picture are something my mother in law has been getting me for the past few years. They didn’t really have a home on my tree this year, and they definitely weren’t going on the kid tree, so I created a space for them on the bookcase. I think I actually like this collection being displayed together this way a lot better!