TIME TO DECORATE FOR CHRISTMAS!


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A happy scene that’s also relatively simple when you break it down. Bonus points for that amazing aqua truck. (Side note: somebody at CL needs to make this shot happen!)

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A beautiful Christmas tree with pops of red and silvery green. Love those marquee letters that spell Santa.

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How darling are these little potted trees? This would be a great budget-friendly project.

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Satiny ribbons with pinecones and evergreen boughs – an unlikely combination but the contrast is what makes this work.

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A perfectly undecorated Christmas tree pair, complete with a ceramic pot in lieu of a stand. And those gingerbread boxes are beyond darling. Simplicity wins again.

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Red, grey and white always work well together.

But another vote here for monochromatic. Can you tell that buffalo check is a must?

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Of course, a beautiful array of plaids doesn’t hurt either. Love them with those simple wreaths and pops of red.

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I’m dying to recreate this on our front porch. A wee tiny Christmas tree with a big red bow, surrounded by kraft-wrapped presents and presented on a Radio Flyer wagon. So happy and festive.

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The color lover in me is delighted by this retro-inspired front porch. Aqua and red are such a fun pairing that just works, no matter how you slice it. Those painted pine cones provide a ton of texture and unexpected whimsy.

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Natural wood elements reign supreme in this little corner.

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And simple star garlands and evergreen boughs turn a corner of the kitchen into something magical.

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Another vintage sled and potted tree with simplistic undertones.

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And loads of wreaths and garlands cut directly from the homeowner’s yard in this fanciful holiday home tour at Southern Living.
 
 


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A happy wee tree in a beautiful woven basket. Love the texture of the jingle bells hanging from the door.

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My friend at French Country Cottage has the most beautiful inspiration photos. This trio of simple Christmas trees feels so welcoming and I love the different containers she used.

Bells hang from this olive branch wreath, and it’s all held together with a long draping white ribbon.

 
Don’t forget – mark your calendars for the weekend of December 9th: the Jingle Bell Run is happening along with holiday pop up shops and the fan favorite holiday home tours. See all the event details here.]]>

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