It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas both outside and in! In the full spirit of our first little wintery weekend, I couldn’t think of a better time to share an all white Christmas look. We have had our first winter dusting here on the farm, and it really fueled up the Holiday Spirit for Jose and I. We were blasting Christmas music all weekend, and laying out how and where we wanted Christmas to take place in the house this year. If you were ever wondering if a completely white Christmas space couldn’t be cozy, let me show you this little corner in our front room, and how it may change your mind.
When I mean an all white Christmas look… I fully dedicated to that. I left all the greens out of the space, and tell me you don’t just want to cozy in to this space with a warm drink.Lets talk about some of the items that pulled this space together. I wanted to focus on the trees & the corner of the living room in this post, but you can see the neutral cozy Christmas mantel I did [HERE] a few days ago for more inspiration! Here are some ways I achieved this cozy look in our home this weekend…
The Vintage All White Christmas Trees
The White Christmas Tree’s I picked up from one of our antique vendors at The Found Cottage, The Cotton Shed. I have had them for a few years now and are just so in love with them both. When I style these, based on their size, I like keeping them staggered and paired to help create a larger footprint for the space. A tip, when shopping for vintage or new, if you can find a pair of trees individually thinner or smaller, look for different sizes and pair them together in a space. It is a great focal point, and can make seemingly smaller tree’s demand more of your eye.
My Vintage French Chairs
The vintage French chair. This chair I actually purchased from an English antique dealer, and have two of them. The quality in the design, as it sits, is so amazing, these are definitely some forever pieces for me. I love how the tufted texture adds so much cozy to this corner & just invites you to come take a seat by the tree! You can look for tufted chairs at any retail location to get a similar look or you could be like me & check out your local antique shops!
The Various Textures. The textures in this space create add not only texture, but also depth in color for the space. Even jute baskets or earthy toned items like the mantel, I consider color. The texture found in the baskets in the lower left side of the space, help diagonally carry your eye a cross the tree, throughs the chair and to the mantel and stockings in the back. When I design space, I love trying to layout my looks, fully influencing how others are going to observe or experience the space. My personal taste, I have always enjoyed drawing attention to the bottom side of a tree. I am a big fan at finding different items both literally purposed for holding a tree and other ways to display a tree. The taller tree is a faux tree urn from Ballard Design (link). Baskets & a cushion from Zara really finish out the look by laying them by the tree, again inviting you to come take a seat and get cozy.
Bring it together
I scattered some older Christmas items I already owned like those ski’s, golden bells, and paper garland to tie it all together. I think this space turned out so very cozy and inviting, and I am so happy with it and share it with you. A monochromatic look to a space like this all white Christmas space is perfect to display your fine collections you may have in your home. An all white Christmas look, like this one is a great addition to nearly any little space in your home from the main Christmas gathering to an accent space. I hope you truly enjoyed this one of many Christmas looks I have planned to inspire you with this year. As always I am so very grateful for you stopping by the blog today and every other day, it truly means the world to us here on the blog.