Spiral trees at front door: Pottery Barn. Planters: CB2. Velvet bows on real boxwoods: Target. Front door wreath: old, similar here. Red Velvet Ribbon: Wondershop. Welcome Mat: Threshold. Bottle brush trees: Sumind + Wondershop. Small preserved boxwood trees: Terrain. Large preserved boxwood ball: gifted, similar here. Preserved boxwood wreaths: Sugar Paper. Faux flocked tree: Home Decorators Collection. Pre-lit wreaths: Home Accents Holiday. Throw blankets: Barefoot Dreams. Garland: Wondershop. Vase filler: Wondershop. Faux fur throw pillows: Anthropologie. Flocked wreath: Home Accents Holiday. Water Hyacinth Trees: Homegoods. Pommed Tree Skirt: West Elm. Candles: Opalhouse. Peace sign wreath: CB2 (on sale!). Faux Fur Tree Skirt: old, similar here. Stockings: West Elm (on sale!). Stocking holders: West Elm. Wreath above outdoor fireplace: Home Accents Holiday.
While I will probably never be one of those people who decorates their entire house, I have increased my holiday decorating by about 56% in reaction to the the great quarantine of 2020. To that end, I have become someone who decorates almost the entire main floor of the house. My children love it, and honestly, that’s the only motivation I need to go ham on the holly jolly. The real MVP of my holiday decor this year: these little velvet bows and this red velvet ribbon. I put them on almost everything, including these Sugar Paper wreaths which stayed incredibly fresh looking since last year. I’ve been called “bow crazy” this year so I guess that’s this year’s theme. I love seeing the pops of red everywhere.When my daughter saw the stairs she said, “Oh, it’s so awesome! I LOVE IT!”
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