Over the past week I’ve been in my Christmas decorating mode. This year I wanted to keep things simple and a little rustic. I love putting holiday touches on our home and today I’m so excited to be sharing all of the details with you.
Lets start with the Christmas tree! I’ve used lots of different Christmas color schemes over the years, but this is the first time I’ve ever done all white and I’m so in love with how it all turned out. I decorated our tree with clear and white ornaments which I got at Home Goods and Marshalls. The owls I found at McLenden’s Hardware, and the baby owls are from JoAnn’s. I wrapped the tree stand in white dotted burlap (also from JoAnn’s). To add a bit of frost to the tips of the tree, I used fake snow spray.
My absolute favorite part is setting the table. I have always loved the look of branches hanging over the table, so this year I decided to try it out. I got the branches at Michael’s and hung some cotton balls to make it look like snow. Most of my table wear is from Home Goods, TjMaxx and Marshalls.
My rustic wall decor was built by my hubby and I just change up the flowers or the branches with every season. The Christmas pillows are from Nordstrom. I could not walk past them without bringing them home.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my home and have found some inspiration. Our personal styles might be different but we all share one thing in common, and that’s the love and magic of Christmas.
PHOTOGRAPHY: JULIE BULANOV
Can we just take a moment to admire how adorable Julie’s Christmas PJ’s are? Gosh, I’m in awe of all these lovely photographs. I just wanted to take a moment to say a HUGE thank you to Julie for sharing her beautiful home decor with us. She has always been an inspiration to me. I mean there’s no doubt she’s got incredibly beautiful imagination and talent. My absolute favorite part of her decor is probably the way she wrapped the tree stand. I would have never in a million years thought that you could do that, but it looks incredible!! What did you love the most about her beautiful decor? Don’t be shy to start naming a million things, because I totally understand where you’re coming from 😉