Home at the Holidays beauty reigns supreme with in the style of Christmas decorating ideas gifting guided inspiration.
Imitation is the most sincerest form of flattery, especially at this most wonderful time of the year.
Sourcing furnishings and decor items in the style of consists of searching sites for antiques as well as new pieces that complement the primary style, and then utilizing those finds to create visual harmony, balance, and beauty.
Greenery, gold, and the glow of candlelight mingle to set the quintessential Christmas scene.
I don’t believe I’d go as far as to associate this unique Christmas tree with a designer version of a Charlie Brown tree for beauty is in the eye and the urn table vase of the beholder.
Unique reinterpretations of traditional ways have the ability to result in a visually glorious outcome.
In the style of serves more as a guideline. More often than not sourcing the exact items hits a wall in terms of locating the source of purchase.
Borrowing from (not outwardly copying which is a design no-no) an impressive look seems to gain speed at the holiday season.
Barry Dixon welcomes Christmas to the spaces and places of Elway Hall.
Halls decked with thoughtful holiday hospitality the goal, touches and traditions depict an air of holiday finery in grand casual form.
Collected accents blending with the presence of natural accents and lighting achieve the cabin-like overtone in the breakfast room.
Genius and gorgeous Christmas decorating ideas are well worth repeating and reproducing.
Whole or dried oranges, bay leaves and cinnamon sticks grouped together and placed in a decorative bowl or atop a serving platter become a festive and fragrant Christmas decoration.
Embellishing further with perhaps a decorative tassel draped across the top or to the side produces a simple yet elegant accent.
Conversing with a fellow decorista brought up the subject of when do you begin decorating home and hearth for Christmas/the Holidays.
Believe it or not, I know someone who keeps the Christmas tree up all year long- loves it and it brings joy to the home.
You’d be surprised the number of folk who for various reasons do not wish to decorate for the holidays, and believe me I get it.
My mother-in-law was one who fell into the latter category, and for many years I didn’t get it.
Older and with many life miles on me, I understand, but as I did with my mother-in-law I still suggest at least one little something placed here or there to reflect the season.
One lovely bowl filled with fresh clippings, buds, and blooms sitting atop a book becomes a festive focal point.
Following my own suggestion I filled a cut crystal bowl with an array of Christmas tree balls, and, voilà, a holiday decoration comes forth.
Waiting to decorate the Christmas tree on Christmas Eve is a fascinating prospect, one that crescendos to the main event in oh, what fun seasonal splendor.
Adorning a chandelier with vintage or in the style of vintage ornaments is a home for the holidays Christmas decorating ideas classic that is delightfully elegant in presence and simple to achieve.
Oh come, let us adorn thee.
Introduce a sense of simple elegance into your holiday decor by decorating a chandelier(s) with garland and glass ornaments looped in ribbon in your choice of colors and material.
Classic colors of blue and white befit winter’s color palette.
Visits to the grocery store this time of year go with the it’s the holidays territory.
Keep it seasonal simple by picking up a fresh holiday bouquet from the floral department for centerpieces and spot arrangements.
Seasonal fruits become stunning decorations.
Small touches take the ordinary to holiday extraordinary.
Well-appointed home for the holidays decorating ideas do not have to be costly to be remarkable.
Pears paired with fresh greenery and placed in a decorative urn housing bottles of your favorite holiday beverage on ice becomes a festive beverage holder focal point.
Photo by Jodie Morgan
Absolutely gorgeous describes the details found in these French Lyre back chairs.
Neutral-toned antiques and quality antique reproductions layers a space in softness.
Hanging a wreath(s) or greenery bunches from the top of a door (armoire, cabinet, exterior) with ribbon adds a custom touch to your holiday decorating presentation.
Finding wider ribbon works best, I like to use a ribbon that is at least 2½” wide.
This look is winter woodland wonderful straight through to the first sign of spring.
Some are just beginning to deck where others halls have long been decked and ready to impress.
Whenever the time is right for you consider one of these in the style of Christmas decorating ideas.