Wreath above sink: Home Depot. Bottle brush trees: Leinuosen. Tree skirt: West Elm (on sale + 50% off with code WINWIN). Felt wreaths and garland: Anthropologie. Outdoor wreathes: Home Depot. Candles: Capri Blue. Let it snow garland: Anthropologie. Fresh garland: Trader Joes. Water Hyacinth Trees: Homegoods.
Rug: Anthropologie (similar here). Coffee Table: Jonathan Adler. Sofa: West Elm. Juju hat: Old World Shop via Etsy. Mongolian lamb pillows: Pier1 (similar here). Side table: Dunes and Duchess. Throw blanket: Jonathan Adler. Chest: Z Gallerie. Console Table: Serena & Lily. Tray: Vintage. Baskets: Target. Joy Vase: Jonathan Adler. Curtains: World Market. Curtain Rods: Crate and Barrel. Studded porcelain lamps: Jonathan Adler. Glass Lamp: Joss & Main. Coffee Table Books: Francois Baudot, Jonathan Adler, Alexander McQueen, Grey Malin, Lewis Blackwell, John and Sherry Petersik. Horn candle holders: Jonathan Adler. Fireplace tools: Vintage, gifted from my mother. Armchairs: Jonathan Adler. Bone inlay side table: World Market. Baby grand piano: Best Choice Products. Stools: Alidia Furniture. Capri and Positano Pillows: Jonathan Adler. Chest: Z Gallerie. Print: Jessica Nugent via Minted. Log Holder: Grandin Road. Fireplace screen: Horchow.
Table: Restoration Hardware. Chairs: Safavieh. Mirror: Wisteria. Basket (used as a planter for the tree): Target. Rug: Vintage via ABC Home. Buffet: Home Decorators Collection. Chandelier: West Elm. Table Runner: Joss & Main. Peacock Mirror: Wisteria (sold out, similar here on sale). Curtain Rod: Crate and Barrel. Curtains: World Market. Paint color: Benjamin Moore Paper White.
You know those people who decorate their entire house? Yeah, that’s not me this year. BUT I am hosting Christmas so I did decorate the kitchen (with one wreath), the front of my house, and the formal living and dining room. I feel like those are the most important places especially on the years when you just can’t manage going all out. For this holiday, we spend the most time in the kitchen and the formal living and dining rooms. This is the first year we had to take the stockings down from the mantle because my two toddlers were pulling them down. For some reason that I may never understand, they are leaving the fresh garland picked up at Trader Joes and wrapped with lights alone. I’ll take the wins where I can get ’em. I’m a huge fan of these battery powered faux wreaths. I used to get real wreaths and while I still go with the real deal for the tree, it was so much work to remove the lights from the real wreaths that I invested in faux at the end of last season and picked up two more this year. No shame in my wreath game.
Do you decorate your whole house or just a few rooms? Tell me in the comments!