My Simple Christmas Decor

This year was a simple decor. I usually go way overboard on my decorating because of guests and parties. This year has been a busy one, so  I kept the holidays to minimal decorating. It was still fun though, so I wanted to share a little. The inspiration was from Target and some of the bags and gift tags that I found in the dollar bins. I really like the mix of natural woods, red, black and silver.

Christmas bags and tags

My wreaths are usually huge, full and displayed on the front door of our house. This year I made a very simple rusted wreath. It is displayed in our entryway.wreathOne wall in the living room features a little weathered table onto which I placed a wooden horse decked out for winter. I also hung a simple “Noel” sign over my painting.little-horselittle-horse-on-white-deskThe entry table got the most “treatment”, but even that was a simple change from everyday to holiday. I just took out one of the paintings and replaced it with a rusted metal wreath, added white knit pillows to the chairs and a few Christmas decorations to the shelf and table.entryLes made these adorable and whimsical clay birds for me a few years ago. I love them, so I bring them out every Christmas.silver clay birds                                                     Happy Holidays!S McCall

PS: I know that etiquette dictates that we are not supposed to clog up people’s posts with links in the comment sections.  BUT, if you have holiday decor to share, please post your links here. I would love to take a look-see what you have done. 🙂

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