We will be spending Christmas back on the east coast this year, but I couldn’t resist decorating our historic home in Kansas for Christmas anyway. Our 11 months in Kansas will be up in June, and I know I’ll likely never live in something quite so historic and charming ever again, so I had to go all out with garland, Christmas trees and holiday decor. I’m sure I’ll have lots of pine and cedar needles to clean up when I get home after New Years, but it’s totally worth it. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, isn’t it?
boxwood wreath: Target | all items I added to the wreath: Target | red Christmas truck: Target | “Merry Christmas Y’all!”: Winnie Jean | skinny christmas tree: Hobby Lobby | ornaments: Target and Hobby Lobby | basket holding Christmas tree: Target (old) | star garland on doorframe: Target | colorful reindeer pillow: HomeGoods (old) | pompom garland: Hobby Lobby | colorful bottle brushes: Target (old) | Advent Calendar: Target (old) | white ceramic tree with lights: vintage | fur rimmed stocking: flea market (similar) | train stocking: 2015 LL Bean (similar) | white stocking: flea market (similar) | glass candlestick holders: CB2 | gold candlestick holders: CB2 | brass candlestick holders: vintage | marble Christmas trees: Target | marble dining table: Crate & Barrel (old, similar) | Chinese Chippendale Chairs: thrift store (DIY update here)
Leave a comment
It looks so good, Katie!! Definitely worth decorating despite not being in town for Christmas itself 🙂
Thanks Monica! I absolutely agree 🙂 Merry Christmas!!
I love your style so much so getting a peek at your holiday decor made my day!