Happy November!! Haha this post might seem weird.. I mean, we haven’t even celebrated Thanksgiving yet right? Well, every year here on the blog we start Christmas decor a little earlier than most so that hopefully it gives enough time to give inspiration for when most choose to start decorating for the holidays. I hope that makes sense and I hope you enjoy it all!! I shared on Instagram last night [HERE] that we even put up our first tree last night… I just couldn’t wait!! I wanted to start today on November first gathering my favorite Christmas posts from last year from here on the blog & combine them in one post to kick off the holiday posts here. Of course not ever post from now until Christmas will be about holiday decor…. we are still renovating our home, still doing DIY’s, & more. But for now let’s get started with getting inspired for the holidays. You can visit the full posts of all the spaces shown below by clicking the links under each photo…
Rustic Christmas entryway [HERE]
Christmas on the back stoop [HERE]
DIY spindle Christmas tree [HERE]
Neutral Christmas Sunroom [HERE]
Christmas village mantel [HERE]
Rustic glam Christmas dining room [HERE]
Cheerful Christmas Bedroom [HERE]
Our full holiday house walk from last year [HERE]
There were many more Christmas posts, but I’ll stop there. I hope this got your inspirational juices flowing for getting ready to decorate your homes for the holidays. I can’t wait to share Christmas decor posts with you guys this year… thank you for making the holidays extra special for us!! And as always, THANK YOU for stopping by the blog today & everyday. It means the world to me! Be sure to follow me on Facebook & Instagram for more Christmas decor inspiration. xx
LOve your Christmas decor. Love the way you are always changing things up. My question is….where do you store all that stuff when you are not using it? Do you have a room for just your decor?
On the items you have that are not refinished or painted, do you use hemp oil on the wood? I am specifically referring to wooden boxes and the two trunks/chests that you have stacked. They are rustic, yet though many of your pieces are primitives, you do have painted veneered 1930s stuff in the mix, which are far from primitive.
Or, do you just leave them as you find them?
Dear Liz Marie, please do not go out into the rain as you are so sweet and could melt…
Even when you struggle, you encourage. I love that about you. Keep moving forward and thank you for the beautiful posts you share with the world!
Sandy Crathern says
It’s all so Beautiful!! Thankyou for being such an inspiration!! <3
I love it!!! ?❄⛄?
Eileen Kilbride says
Love the way you decorate. I am particularly fond of the dining room Christmas tree,can you tell me where I can purchase that tree?
I love every single photo!! I love how each year you change it up a bit but maintain your classic style! I can’t wait to see what this year brings!
Brenda Johnson says
Everything is just so beautiful! The flocked trees are gorgeous…I have been wondering if they are very messy to deal with?