Holiday Decor || Wednesday Wish List

November has arrived, which means it might be time to start unboxing your holiday decor or ordering anything you need to spruce up your home for the festive season! I am typically very strict about no Christmas decorations or music until after Thanksgiving. But given that Covid-19 has continued to alter our lives, I might need to put the tree up early for an extra dose of holiday joy.

Everyone has a unique style when it comes to decorating for the holidays (traditional, modern, colorful, rustic, etc.). Today’s wish list includes items that I am eyeing for my new home. Since my husband (Mr. B) and I recently moved from the UK to the US, we’ll be purchasing a whole new set of holiday decor! I am envisioning lots of winter whites, with gold embellishments, and wooden accents to add warmth. Hopefully you’ll find some pieces below that fit into your holiday aesthetic!

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Suggestions for Holiday Decor

I always loved the little Christmas towns my mom would set up when I was a kid. This one takes a minimalist twist on the holiday classic. This simple nutcracker also caught my eye! And because Mr. B reminds me that we can’t just live in a white box, with white furniture, and white decorations, I added in black reindeer and wooden trees to the mix. If you don’t have a mantel, you can use these items to decorate your kitchen counter, dining table, book shelves, or on top of a bedroom dresser! They will look extremely festive scattered around green garland, like this faux eucalyptus. Use a forest green pillow to complement your tree and any garland you put on display. Layer it with other pillows and throw blankets to create a cozy environment! Gold and silver ornaments of various textures and shapes will give your tree a classic/chic look. I like the like look a a tree collar instead of a skirt because it won’t move or get wrinkled as gifts are placed under the tree. Lastly, don’t forget a matching tree topper!

I hope these suggestions have your inner interior designer bursting with ideas!

Wishing you and your family a happy and healthy holiday season!

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