I am so excited to share my Christmas home your this morning!
I have loads of photos, so grab a drink & get comfy.
I used plenty of plaid, some red & sparkly baubles for a vintage, woodsy, shiny Christmas. A little bit of everything I suppose.
We’ll start in the entryway with my giant poinsettia!
I’ve been using that feeder for storing our keys & its just magnificent.
Here’s my newest favorite spot to decorate in our extra long entry.
I love mixing my vintageness with Target One Spot goodies!
I shared how to make these pinecone luminaries in mason jars a few weeks ago, here.
My super sweet, gold nativity set was a Dollar Tree version that I added a coat of spray paint too. Get those details here, nothing a little gold can’t fix!
My currently simple dining room table. Can’t wait to get him all fixed up for Christmas dinner.
Those buffalo check placemats make a lovely “runner.” I’m hoping to find more still.
This ladder is probably my most favorite thing I’ve ever done in my entire life!
I knew this thing would come in handy the moment I saw in a heap of trash on the side of the street.
Thank the Lord I kept it!
A box of shiny brites completes the ladder look.
The little desk got Christmased up too.
I like to add little touches to her, like poinsettias & gold jars.
Here is a full view of the living room in all of it’s Christmas glory.
The coffee table is adorned with the ever so popular Target truck, a plaid basket hiding remotes & a yummy candle sitting on agate slice coasters.
The love tree chock full of plaid ribbons, wooden skis & shiny ornaments.
I’m going to have to admit that the topper is my absolute favorite part of the tree though! I used painted deer skulls leftover from wedding decor. Pretty in love.
I made the feather ornaments last year, here’s the tutorial to make your own, inspired by Pottery Barn, of course.
Opposite view of all my pillows & blankets that my husband doesn’t understand!
I picked up this white strew on sale last year after Christmas & was so excited to add it in to this year’s decor.
The gold rally pops on this tree.
But again, the topper is the best part!
Onto my mantle!I really wanted to use colored candles so that was my main inspiration. I added gold mirrors leftover from our wedding & tucked a bunch of vintage trophy cups into the garland. Holiday cheer banner is from Target, of course.
Fur stockings were a must this year!
This tall bell tree is the star of the show! My lovely mother in law got it for me after swooning over it while we were out shopping. It is gorgeous! It’s from Garden Ridge/At Home
My pretty little thrift store angel & santa.
I love old Christmas finds.
The trophy cups were won by my great grandparents in golf tournaments back in the day. I really love that I’ve been able to incorporate them into my decor this year.
Hope you’re leaving full of Christmas spirit folks!
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