Hello friends! Today I would like to invite you in for a little tour around my home so I can show you how I decorated for the holidays this year. Come on in!
I strongly believe that your entryway should not be overlooked when decorating because it’s the first part of your home that people will see when they come over. I added a few decorative items to the top of our shoe cabinet at the front door to make things look merry and bright!
I put some faux greens and berries in our striped vase and then the vintage box with mini trees. My youngest decided that our Elf on the Shelf pet looked quite at home here, so it was added to the vignette.
I added two strings of garland to my stair railing and then the plaid ribbon to the newel post for a little something extra.
I have started collecting stockings from the Hearth and Hand (Joanna Gaines) line at Target and decided they were best showcased here as well, I hung them from command hooks along the railing.
At the top of the stairs, I added some seasonal decor to our bookcases and also put out my collection of pictures with my kids with Santa.
I love these little wooden trees, they are one of many Target “dollar spot” section finds…
Our main living room is my favorite place in the house this year. I made some significant changes to this room this past Fall and I couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out!
I made these red ticking stripe cushion covers last year, and love the colorful “Joy” pillow paired with it on my chair.
Last year I noticed the trend of “Christmas Tree Collars” emerging on the scene and I decided I wanted one for our main tree this year.
Part of the joy of decorating for the season each year is pulling out sentimental objects, and my kids stockings are pretty nostalgic to me…
I also hang the picture ornament from their first Christmas with their stocking. I love these cute house stocking holders that I found at Superstore (a Canadian Chain) this year… they even light up!
Our coffee table is one of my favorite things to style year round, but especially for the holidays! I used my black tray to coral a collection of decorative items…my wooden vases with a sprig of faux holly, a vase of ornaments and this seasonal Anthropologie candle that smells soooo good!
I love to have seasonal books on display. Some are new…
and some are vintage, like the Charles Dickens Christmas book I found at a used bookstore.
Seeing as we spend a lot of time looking at the TV, I thought I should add some decor to that part of the room as well. I kept it simple with some faux garland, bottle brush trees and then a snow globe on one side and this cute little house on the other…the house was also a Target dollar spot score.