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We’re loving the festive look of this holiday home decor from Bre, of Rooms for Rent. The neutral color palette of Bre’s home comes alive when paired with Christmas wreaths, pine tree decorations, and a festive winter tablescape. Explore the rest of Bre’s article to see how she was able to bring a sense of merry and bright holiday cheer into her farmhouse-chic home.
This Christmas home tour from Sarah, of Life on Virginia Street, combines farmhouse-chic style with holiday home decor. The bright white color palette of Sarah’s kitchen is complemented by rustic pine tree branches, pops of red holly, and a cheerful chalkboard sign. Explore the rest of Sarah’s winter decorations by clicking here.
We’re feeling merry and bright thanks to this holiday home decor from Tamara, of Citrine Living. Tamara used a festive door wreath, rustic pine tree planters, and a garland to give her front porch a classic winter look. Check out the rest of her article to see more.
You can create a cozy winter feel with just a few pieces of home decor. Check out this Swedish home tour from Design Addict Mom for some holiday home decorating inspiration. The bright white color palette of this home is accented by pine branches, natural wood, and plenty of candles. Explore the rest of this article to learn more.
With layered textures, pops of blue, and plenty of pine tree decorations, this holiday home decor tour from Aniko, of Place of My Taste, is full of festive inspiration. Aniko used natural pine tree branches to complement the blue and white color scheme of her home. Add in some rustic wood accents, and you’ve got a winter wonderland look that can’t be beat.
Add a touch of glamour to your holiday home decor with a little inspiration from this article by Jen, of Style House Interiors. Jen accented the bold black color palette of her home with pops of gold and white. Add in a frosted Christmas tree and some oversized ornaments, and you’ve got a festive winter look that’s full of cheer. Check out the rest of Jen’s article to see more.
It’s time to start thinking about the upcoming winter season. Check out this holiday home decorating guide from Shea, of Studio McGee, for inspiration. Shea chose to use decorations that fit with the neutral color palette of her home. Emerald green, pops of red accent colors, and natural pine branches help to create a rustic design scheme.
This rustic home tour from Sarah, of The Curated House, is everything you could want for your holiday decorations. Fresh pine branches add a pop of bright color to the neutral white walls of this stylish living room. Meanwhile, natural wood accents complement the farmhouse-chic style of this home. Check out the rest of Sarah’s article to see more.
Check out this collection of entryway holiday decor ideas from Digs Digs. It doesn’t take much for this all-white home to turn into a winter wonderland. Use pops of bright red and a festive pine branch garland to transform the minimalist design style of this room. Click here for more holiday home decorating inspiration.
This holiday home decor from Sara, of Twelve on Main, is full of rustic country-chic charm. Sara’s entryway features a miniature pine tree, a pine cone garland, and pops of bright red to create a festive look that complements the neutral white color palette of her home. Click here to read the full article and find inspiration for your own winter decorating.
This rustic home from Cami, of The Crafting Nook, is bursting with holiday cheer. Cami used natural wood, pine branches, plaid, and pops of red accent colors to create festive home decor that fits nicely with the farmhouse-chic design style of her home. Check out the rest of Cami’s article for learn how you can decorate your home’s neutral color palette for the holidays.
A painted front door brings a bright pop of red to the simple white walls of this living room from Christina, of New Darlings. The mid-century modern design of Christina’s home is reflected in her furniture and home decor. Use subtle holiday decorations, like a rustic Christmas wreath, to create a festive feeling in this space.
This holiday home tour from Randi, of Randi Garrett Design, is full of glamorous style. Randi plays off the neutral white color palette of her home by adding plenty of gold accent colors to her winter decorations. Cozy blankets, an elegant Christmas tree, and stacked presents help to complete the merry and bright feel of this home. Click here to see more.
The holiday season will be here before you know it. Give your home a merry and bright makeover with these rustic holiday home decor ideas from Christina, of Christina’s Adventures. This farmhouse Christmas kitchen includes subtle winter decorations, like this pine branch garland, that complement the neutral color scheme of Christina’s home.
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This festive front porch from Laura, of Finding Home Farms, is full of rustic winter charm. Bright red throw pillows decorate outdoor wooden rocking chairs, adding a pop of bright color to the neutral color scheme of this porch. Pine branches, ornaments, and a decorative door wreath help to make this country-chic home look merry and bright for the holiday season. Click here for more holiday decorating inspiration.
Make your house feel merry and bright with these holiday home decor ideas from Bre, of Rooms for Rent. String lights, a bright white color scheme, and touches of glitter turn the neutral color palette of this farmhouse-chic dining room into a winter wonderland. Try using natural wood rounds to create a rustic table setting that your dinner guests are sure to love.
Looking for a sunny vacation spot to get away from the cold winter weather? Why not check out the beautiful holiday suites and villas of Agnandi, a newly-restored complex located in Mykonos, Greece. This island getaway offers a stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea and is only minutes away from town. @thestylefiles
The colder weather means that your home’s mudroom is about to be put to good use. These easy tips from Blogger Emma, of Chatelaine, will help you weather proof the mudrooms and entryways in your home. Make sure you have lots of hooks and baskets so you can store the boots, hats, gloves, and coats that you’ll use all winter long.
Put your beautiful holiday cards to good use with this DIY wood slice card holder from Blogger Lindsay, of Shrimp Salad Circus. All you need to create this easy winter craft is a log, some ribbons, and a few festive ornaments. Your friends and family will love seeing their cards on display and you’ll love the way this rustic holiday decoration looks in your home.
Blogger Liz, of Liz Marie Blog, turned her home into a winter wonderland with pops of bright red and rustic decorations. Liz even brought the holiday spirit outdoors with fresh pine branches and bright copper bucket planters to decorate her front door. Click here for more DIY design inspiration this holiday season.
Decorating your home this holiday season doesn’t have to be a hassle. Blogger Mandi, of Vintage Revivals, offers tons of DIY winter decoration tips and tricks that you can use in your own home. See how you can achieve this modern holiday tree look with some cheap ornaments and KILZ Original Aerosol by clicking here.
Embrace the softer side of the holidays with this glittery, blush-toned color scheme from Blogger Courtney, of French Country Cottage. Courtney used white and pink to decorate her office this holiday season. Find more design inspiration this winter by clicking here.
Blogger Alicia, of Thrifty and Chic, used a classic silver and white color scheme to decorate her home for the holidays. Alicia hung wreaths on her walls and used seasonal throw pillows to make her home feel like a winter wonderland. Click here for some DIY design inspiration for your own winter home decorations.