Elevate Your Holiday Decor

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Looking to elevate your holiday decor? We’re well past Halloween, so we’re sure that by now you have your Christmas candles burning, you spent an hour trying to pinpoint the one light in your tree that’s burnt out, and you’ve scoured Trader Joe’s for their holiday treats. The holidays have arrived, and we’re in full swing! Are you in a decorating rut? We have some fresh ideas that are easy for you to incorporate!

Hang an Asymmetrical Wreath

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Rather than going all in for the holidays, replace the art above your fireplace mantel with an oversized wreath. For this one, you can cut sprigs of eucalyptus, cedar, pampas grass, and spruce. Wrap them around a large embroidery hoop using floral wire. Keeping it simple!

Spice Up Your Tablescape

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Take a fresh approach to your dining room with a pink-terracotta color scheme for your holiday dinner. Also key to any display: antique tableware.

Stock Up on Candles

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Set the firewood aside and fill your functioning fireplace with a medley of candles, short and tall. To top it off, frame the space with vases filled with bay leaves, juniper, rosemary, olive, silver-dollar eucalyptus, and seeded eucalyptus. A subtle look for our favorite warm and cozy holiday!

Ditch the Red and Green

You don’t have to break up with the red and green, but you can take some time away when you use some classy black and gold in your table setup! 

Get a Little Fruity

Just one trip to the grocery store can pay off. You can make a citrus wall hanging out of air-dried citrus, cloves, and cinnamon sticks. Try this fresh twist on your holiday decor!

Elevate the Bar Cart

While we love the tinsel and the yard decorations, you don’t need to do an entire home overhaul to get in the holiday spirit. You can do a quick refresh of your bar cart with brass vessels, candlesticks, and some extra foliage.

Let us know if you try any of these helpful ideas to change up and elevate your holiday decor!