Holiday gift guide inspiration kicks off this second week of December.
With the shopping and shipping days left until Christmas growing ever closer, The Places In The Home Gifts for the Deck the Halls Decorista holiday gift guide is primed and ready to lend an idea or two for your deck the halls gift giving needs.
We’ve got a wide range of gift ideas for the halls, entryways, bedrooms, home offices, nooks, places and spaces that make up house and home.
Let’s begin with the gift of home as in a hand drawn house sketch of your home sweet home.
Folks, Dave and I did this for my brother and my parents several Christmases ago and it was a huge holiday gift hit.
The local artist also created custom notecards from the images based on the photo shoot(s) of their homes.
Face it, this silhouette pillow is a stunner.
Collecting vintage portrait paintings is my new decorative accessory passion.
Unknown subjects in the beginning become familiar family members over time, adding a sense of curated intrigue to your decor.
File this next holiday gift guide suggestion under S for stunning.
This set of hand carved wood chairs is this decorista’s dream Christmas gift.
Ruffled chenille pillow shams is always an appropriate gift giving theme to go with.
During these strange and Covid-19 times, cozy at home is the mantra many of us are comfortably living with.
Winter cold and holiday stress play heck with our skin.
Pamper yourself with a holiday-at-home spa treatment of sorts with the Estee Lauder Life & Glow Skincare Gift Set.
I personally use all these products, and absolutely love the performance and scent of the entire Resilience Multi-Effect product line- aroma therapy, if you will.
Christmas is the holiday for the senses.
We see, touch, hear, taste, and smell the beauty, love, joy, excitement, c’est si bon, and scents that nudge a cherished memory from Christmas past as well as serving as the catalyst for new experiences sure to become traditions.
Wrapping holiday gifts to rival artistic perfection is simpler than you think.
Deviate from the traditional with colors, textures, and patterns suited to the theme of the gift(s), giver(s), and/or recipient(s).
Striking in both color and pattern, this toile nursery rhyme gift wrapping paper makes a lovely presentation.
Add embellishments such as fresh greenery, velvet or silk ribbon, and top it off with a chic ornament and you are good to go.
State-themed gifts give home for the holidays a whole new meaning.
Well-appointed accessories used in the busy blogging- working-working from home-creating-planning-scheduling-balancing act lives we lead need not be plain, boring or ugly.
Music and a stylish bluetooth speaker to stream it through is a necessary tool of the blogging trade.
Gift the on-the-go decorista with this hot or cold beverage Spode Blue Italian Travel Mug.
Spode’s Blue Italian features a detailed Italian countryside scene with an 18th century Imari Oriental border.
Classic and gorgeous wrapped up in one lovely gift.
Desk accessories unique in form and presence serve as a catchall and catch the eye accent.
Raemon Scroll Bookend
Pattern on parade best describes these next gift guide recommendations.
Leopard and zebra and cheetah, oh my!
Bringing this fashionista meets decorista favorite out of media retirement seems stylishly appropriate for the holidays.
Traditional holiday parties may be out of vogue this holiday season, but I say seize the holiday moment, dress up in sparkle and shine finery, and throw a ’tis the season soiree for you and yours at chez moi.
Pop on over to Pinterest to see the other goodies on my Gifts for the Deck the Halls Decorista holiday gift guide.
Happy Holiday Shopping!