Halloween has come and gone so you know what that means…I am in Christmas mode! The second that Halloween is finished, I start creating Christmas looks throughout White Cottage Farm. For me…decorating for the Christmas season is the coziest. Let’s turn down the lights, light some candles, and start playing some Christmas music! Whether you have already started decorating or just looking for ideas, I hope this round-up of 13+ Ways to Decorate your Cozy Farmhouse For Christmas Inspires you!
Greenhouse Christmas Centerpiece
I wanted to do something really fun and different for one of my Christmas looks on the blog! Cue Christmas in the greenhouse! I know this isn’t very traditional but we were cleaning out our greenhouse and I thought why not try something fun out here. I was a little sad that we couldn’t have gatherings last year so I thought I’d channel that into a fun little Christmas centerpiece. For more on this Greenhouse Christmas look, click here [HERE].
Simple Elegant Christmas Table
A dining space is a cozy place to be together around the table. It is a place to linger, share stories, celebrate, and eat delicious meals. Last year, more than ever we were embracing being home and being cozy. I wanted to be sure you could get a closer look at the table here on the blog & a recap of my 7 tips to create a simple and elegant Christmas table. For all of my tips and more of this space, click here [HERE].
Cope’s Christmas Tree
A couple of years ago we started a little tradition, with decorating a very small tree just for Cope. We want to carry that tradition on, and we were so excited that Cope was willing and able to help us decorate this last year when he was one! Since he was helping us out, we got a tree more his size, and here is how it turned out. It’s a little messy, very colorful, and perfect for our little guy’s room. To see more of this little Christmas tree in Cope’s room, click here [HERE].
Eclectic Cozy Christmas Tree
When I first started decorating for Christmas last year, I thought I wanted all bare trees. Just a simple strand of lights without any ornaments or garland. But I started looking at Christmas posts and decided I wanted to add some ornaments to one of my trees! To see more of this eclectic cozy Christmas Tree, click here [HERE].
How to Decorate for Christmas With Only Two Items
Are you looking to decorate on a budget? Or do you really like going all out in one of your spaces, but feel the house is just disconnected? This is how you can decorate for Christmas with only a few items to keep your home cohesive for Christmas, without spending a lot of money and energy in every room of your house. Take a look at our mantel here [HERE].for inspiration.
Cozy Neutral Christmas Built-Ins
I also love my classic cozy cottage neutral Christmas decor so in this blog post I wanted to share our cozy natural Christmas built-ins that are very Christmas-y. In this blog post here [HERE] I will share who I think this style and space is good for, and some simple and easy tips to getting the same look in your home.
A Cozy Christmas Entryway
You guys know that I love creating cozy entryways. In this blog post here [HERE] I wanted to create one with an amazing new antique find that I got from one of my good friends. I had been waiting to share this with you & I think now is a great time because it’s literally the season for hanging all the cozy things up on a coat rack…
Cozy Christmas Kitchen Window
Sometimes we often forget to include the kitchen in our seasonal and holiday looks. The kitchen is one of my favorite areas to decorate in the house because it is a space that we spend a large portion of our time in.I love accenting the kitchen windows above our sink with some seasonal decor. Here is how we got this Cozy Christmas Kitchen Window to look so cute and seasonal! Check out more of this Christmas kitchen here [HERE].
DIY Rustic Christmas Garland
I am so excited to share this DIY Rustic Christmas Garland with you! Every year I love putting a garland on our banister and this year I wanted a really full one. I love that it is messy, rustic, and unique! To make this garland I mixed one real garland, two faux garlands, and orange garland together for a unique rustic look. Click here [HERE] to learn more about how I put together this garland for our staircase!
A Very Vintage Christmas Mantel
I knew as soon as I found this antique horse that it would of course be used in our home year-round (and it has since I purchased it last year. In this blog post, I wanted to create a Christmas look with the horse on our mantel as well;. Check out the full look here [HERE].
Cozy Rustic Christmas Centerpiece
I loved this simple look so much and I think the thing I love the most about it is that it’s a tablescape that can carry you through all of winter. It’s simple, it’s cozy, & with a few decorative items & some items you probably have around the house you can create this cozy look to bring you through winter. To see more of this look and some cozy tips, click here [HERE].
Mini Cozy White Christmas Tree
It wouldn’t be Christmas without a cozy white tree! Not every Christmas tree has to be a huge tree, sometimes the perfect tree for your space is a small one. When I found this mini vintage tree I knew I needed it in our home & this year I decided to decorate it. I don’t always add ornaments to my trees but I thought this one could use some! To see more of this cozy corner, click here [HERE].
Cozy Neutral Christmas Pillows
Last year we moved this sofa into the library and I wanted to bring Christmas in with these cozy neutral Christmas pillows! Doesn’t this look like the coziest spot to curl up this winter? In this blog post here [HERE]I thought I’d answer a few of my frequently asked questions about pillows and give you all the tips for the coziest pillows this Christmas.
10 Simple Ways to Decorate for Christmas
In this blog post here [HERE] I wanted to share 10 simple ways to decorate for Christmas. Whether you are ready to go all out for Christmas or just want a few small touches, there is something here for everyone! Personally, I start off decorating slowly and then add more throughout the month. I hope this inspires you for decorating your home for the holidays.
I would love to know… when do you start decorating for Christmas? Are you a day after Halloween decorator like me? Or Do you wait until Thanksgiving is over? Let’s talk about it on Facebook or Instagram. Thanks for stopping by the blog today and every day!