Christmas is officially around the corner. Halloween is long gone, and Christmas is in full bloom in the stores. Whether your style is farmhouse, modern, traditional or Scandinavian, there are countless ways to tastefully decorate your home for the holidays and make a statement without going over the top.
Coming from a girl who is crock obsessed (I have about 7 of them), I love the look of mini-trees in antique crocks, indoor or outdoor on your front porch, especially if you love the farmhouse look. What says "farmhouse" better than a crock? Add a little Charlie Brown tree and you're set.
Photo: Rocky Hedge Farms
Photo: Beneath My Heart
I love this table-scape. Head out into your backyard or the forest for some pine-cones, add a bit of craft paint or spray snow and voila, you have free table decor.
Photo: Tuesday Morning
Photo: Farmhouse 5540
I have never been a fan of tree skirts. Last year, I found an amazing round, handled basket at Homesense, which I put my tree in. It was so beautiful, and the best part is the basket holds my throws for the rest of the year.
This little tree is perfect for small spaces like condos or cabins.
Photo: West Elm
I love these simple minimalist prints found at this Etsy shop:
Add touches of black, white and green to incorporate Scandinavian style into your holidays.
Photo: Salad Days
If you are more of traditionalist, use reds, greens, plaids and whimsical accents to create a rustic traditional Christmas.
Photo: Cherished Bliss
Check out these adorable DIY tree ornaments or gift toppers you can make with materials right from your backyard
Photo: House Beautiful
We hope you have a beautiful holiday season, whatever your style may be, happy decorating!
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