|centerpiece on dining table|
I hope everyone is enjoying this Christmas season so far!
Over the last few years I've been trying to simplify my Christmas decorations. I am not a minimalist by any means, but I've cut back a bit. Just a bit!lol
We have a small house, and too many decorations can make it feel cluttered real quick.
In the kitchen I've done a simple small boxwood wreath on the window,and pine cones sitting in a sugar mold.
On top of the fridge is a cluster of trees.
I'm on the look out for new kitchen rugs..
I do like mixing in my aqua blue with the red for Christmas.
Our dinette area gets the same small boxwood wreaths on the china cabinet. With some Christmas decor inside.
This shelf is above the patio door. Some pine cone candles, boxwood, and a letter board finish this shelf off perfectly.
My centerpiece is also a wooden sugar mold. Just a different style than the one on the window sill.
I bought two of these simple little trees this year. One on the dining table, the other is on top of the medicine cabinet in the main bath.
Let's move on to the living room....
I got this galvanized ring at target. I must say, i love the look!
My family thinks otherwise lol.
My husband and one of my sons said the exact same thing....
"Why's the tree in a bucket?"
The deer picture is from home goods.
My sister thinks he looks mad.
I think he's just tired.
The tree this year is white, gray, and red.
The ornaments are white and gray.
The berry garland is the only red on the tree. I like the way it pops.
I also add the huge pine cones.
The garlands are from Hartville Hardware.
I did add these deer this year. they are from target.
Well that's my little house Christmas tour!
Here's Chewy trying to figure out where his ratty old couch blanket is that he likes to lay on. Sorry Chewy, I'll put it back out lol.
Thanks for stopping by today!
I wish you and your loved ones a very