Now that we are well into November, it’s officially acceptable to start decorating for the holidays! Today we’re sharing some of our favorite decorating pieces to bring a fun + free-spirited feeling into your home… With pieces that we’re dubbing “Boho Christmas!” With a focus on textures, lots of cozy knits and throws, the whole idea is to bring in the natural wood, anything in the hue of cream, and gold accents – with lots of lights + candles as well!
1. Wood Bead Christmas Baubles // 2. Recycled Canvas Olive Leaf Wreath Ornament // 3. Textured Trim Tree Skirt // 4. Beaded Wood Garland (also we’re loving this tassel wood bead garland as well!) // 5. Textured Bobble Stocking // 6. Natural Wood And Jute Snowflake Garland // 7. Birch Logs (as well as tall Birch Logs you could prop along the wall) // 8. Stitched Leather Trees // 9. Eclectic Mercury Votive Holders // 10. Botanique Wool Ball Garland // 11. Pre-Lit Snowy Crystal Trees // 12. Faux Fur Stocking (as well as another faux fur stocking we love!)
We love neutrals and mixing textures – Moroccan wedding blankets and macrame bring a boho vibe with holiday touches of birch wood and wood trees…
1. Macrame Garland // 2. Holly Pommed Snowflake Tree Topper // 3. Brush Tree (bottle brush trees also can be found here) // 4. White Stoneware Bell with Wood Beads // 5. Textured Dot Stocking (these white mudcloth stockings are so pretty as well!) // 6. Conway Tree Collar (we also love this white faux fur tree skirt!)// 7. Macrame Ornaments (these macrame ornaments are super pretty as well!) // 8. Vases with Dried Flowers // 9. Galvanized Metal Peace Sign Wall Art (we also love this twig peace wreath) // 10. Hardwood Evergreen Trees // 11. Macrame Wreath
Whether you’re decorating a living room, a fresh pine tree, or the whole abode, these pieces are sure to make your home cozy + festive! We hope we helped you find some fun holiday decor for your home this year! If color is more your thing, check out this Pink + Gold + Terracotta holiday decorating guide.
How are you planning to decorate for the holidays this year?