The very short three weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas really has us scrambling this year. We haven’t finished decorating, and yet, we’re soaking in the season and enjoying being in the moment. I decided to go ahead and share the beginnings of our holiday home decor, and will update as we finish decorating everything. So, stay tuned! Interested in seeing how our holiday decor has changed (and stayed the same) throughout the years? Check it out here.
2019 Holiday Home Decor Tour
Pre-Lit Garland| Potted Pre-Lit Trees | Pottery Barn Door Mat (old, love this option) | Plaid Mat | 3 Foot Pre-Lit Tree
Buffalo Plaid Pillow Covers | White Berry Wreath
Bench & Mirror from The Cary Cottage | 3 Foot Pre-Lit Tree | Small Tree | Jelly Cat Santa | Jelly Cat Elf
Hearth & Hand Garland | Catstudio Raleigh Pillow | Embroidered Pillow
This little vignette is my favorite to put out each year. The little village my grandparents and the one decoration I always ooed and ahed over as a little girl. The little tree and sled were from the Target Dollar Spot a couple of years ago. They have some pretty adorable trees this year, too!
Our new built-ins definitely afforded me the opportunity to pull out some of my favorite vintage decorations. I also very much adore these throw pillows that I picked up from Target‘s Opalhouse collection. While they’re not online right now, I have seen some in stores.
Pottery Barn Duvet Cover | Target Bed Frame | Etsy Prints | Throw Pillows (old) | Pottery Barn Fleece Throw | Frames
Our first artificial tree from Balsam Hill–it’s beautiful and such a great shape, but we weren’t able to put out as many ornaments as normal. I think it’ll be the last year of our burlap.
The China and decorative plates were gifted to me from my grandparents who always did it big for Christmas. I’ve recently acquired holiday decorations from my dad’s parents as well, and those are truly my favorite to decorate with around the house.
Cheers to a beautiful holiday season! Stay tuned as I continue to add to this post as we finalize our decorations this year.
What holiday home decor do you like to use? Let me know in a comment below!