Thanksgiving has passed, so no one can criticize you for getting holiday ready! We’ve been celebrating since Halloween was over. We wanted to bring back some of our photos from previous years to inspire your holiday decorating. We’re revisiting our Foothill Drive Project and Modern Mountain Home Christmas shoots, as well as last year’s catalogue.
The best news is that we just marked down our holiday decor!
GHOSTS OF CHRISTMAS PAST
This photo was the cover of last year’s catalogue, and it features maybe our favorite pieces of holiday decor ever. Our holiday greens buckets are large, rustic, and look so cool filled with firewood or a tree. They even look amazing empty!
This faux cedar and pine wreath is full of so. much. texture. With different types of greenery bursting from the center, it’s just lush and pretty.
Speaking of Wreaths
We love to scatter wreaths throughout the home! Throw the little ones in open shelving, and hang the large ones above the mantle, on windows, or lining a hallway.
The same rule applies to garlands! They’re a subtle way to bring a taste of holiday to the space, while feeling very natural. Their length makes them convenient for bringing large empty spaces to life!
This mixed green garland is chunky and beautiful, so you won’t need much else when decorating with it. And gold ribbon is never a bad idea!
ASSEMBLE A HOLIDAY TRAY
Hosting is more convenient, and everything just fills cozy when you fill a tray with planters and greenery, candles, or hand towels. Fresh produce is also beautiful in a tray. Try pomegranate!
Cheers to the stems that won’t die!
Red Striped Jute Basket
Norcross Towel + Montpelier Towel
Filling canisters with red, green, white, and gold treats feels festive, and we’re never mad about easy access to treats! Take the festivity to a new level by filling them with garlands or ornaments!
Juxtapose the natural texture of a wooden bowl by filling it with shiny ornaments!!
LAST BUT NOT LEAST
Ornaments and a tree topper for your tree. Groundbreaking, right?