Last year’s Best of Christmas Holiday Décor Favorites was a huge hit and so I decided to do another round up for y’all this year!
This time of year is my absolute favorite time to decorate our home. I just love the way that it feels and enjoy getting up even earlier than usual just so I can sit in the living room (in the dark), sip my cup of coffee in silence (when everyone else is still sleeping) and have time with God (thanking him for Jesus and the blessing that He is).
In the spirit of Christmas, I hope this post gives you inspiration and a jump start for your own Christmas holiday décor ideas. Enjoy!
Alicia’s lightly snow flocked tree dressed in silvers, whites, rose golds and a few deep indigo Christmas ornaments is absolutely spectacular.
I love how using just a hint of the indigo blue kept the color theme from being overpowering on the tree and the tablescape. Note: this is a great way to add a pop of color to your home décor while maintaining the color theme consistently throughout.
Courtney’s flocked tree was kept soft with simply using two colors – gold and silver. Simple ball ornaments and ribbon are her go-to items (mine too). This makes your decorating beautiful, simple and easy.
Courtney and I participated in a Christmas Cookie Exchange last year (seen HERE), and bonded over our love of bar stool decorating! Haha. We are definitely two peas in a pod. Love her style!
BTW: You can learn her budget friendly tips and tricks she used to create this gorgeous tree HERE.
White Shanty has a beautiful crisp + refined look, with a glimpse of magic. I’m drawn to this natural style of tree with its beauty steeped in the simplicity of traditions.
Growing up my family drove up to Mount Baker (in WA State), got on our snowmobiles to find the perfect Christmas tree to chop down each year. This tradition is something that holds a special place in my heart. I hope you are creating some special traditions and memories with your own family – memories that will last a lifetime.
Kim has the coastal white Christmas theme down! Her home was all decked out in icy, snow inspired decor with a coastal, seaside flair.
And I love, love, love this small grouping of 3 tree’s next to the decorated bar stools. Absolutely breathtaking!!!
This year I’m changing things up A LOT, but I wanted to share last year’s modern mixed-metal & blush Christmas color scheme, with a ‘less is more’ vibe. I love the natural green tree, mixed with added touches of gold, bronze and blush – and of course, all of my white! Haha.
If you don’t follow Leslie, you really should! Her talent is off the charts… which is why I’m sharing her 2016 AND 2017 Christmas decors, so you can see for yourself how AMAZING and talented she is!
In 2016, Leslie’s jumping off point for her Christmas color scheme was the magenta runners under her dining room chairs. I love this romantic, modern, vintage holiday vibe. Ummm, amazing!
Then in 2017, Leslie (and her family) moved and renovated another home. In their latest home she went with a Modern Parisian Christmas theme.
BTW: I used to call this room the ‘Ronald McDonald Room’ because when they bought the house, this room had flat walls and the entire space was painted red and yellow! Now look at it – YOWZA!
Bree’s slim tree with a mixed metal theme grabbed my attention last year. Bree’s style is truly timeless! This tree and all of its beautiful accents will look stunning 20 years from now.
And you can never go wrong with subtle black and white plaid pillows, a cozy throw and fresh flowers. Note: Ornaments aren’t just for Christmas trees! Try sprinkling ornaments throughout your home this holiday season!
Sarah is another one that never disappoints! Last year she went with a green, white and neutral color scheme.
I love the mini lit tree as the centerpiece of her tablescape and the large canvas by Lindsay Letters (O Come let us adore him Christ the Lord). Simply stunning.
I have officially started decorating my home for 2018 and will be sharing my Christmas Home Tour (along with a few of my other blogging friends) in the next couple of weeks. (So stay tuned).
I hope my best of Christmas holiday décor favorites have inspired you to create a wonderful, holiday setting in your home as well! Happy decorating!
And be sure to check out last year’s best of Christmas holiday décor favorites, seen HERE.