Tips for a Minimalist Farmhouse Christmas
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As we begin to deck the halls, here are some tips for keeping things simple and festive!
I’ve started to bring out a little bit of holiday decor, and am slowly getting into the spirit! I love sharing Farmhouse Christmas decorating ideas throughout the season and can’t wait to really decorate for the holiday!
My farmhouse Christmas kitchen from last year is still a favorite of mine, I am not sure if I will do much differently this year!
from last year…
This year I have really begun to sway a little more contemporary than I have in the past. I thought I would share some tips for a minimalist Christmas decorating! Are you more minimalist or do you love the glitz and glam of Christmas decor?
A Minimalist Approach to Christmas Decorating
Add festive textiles:
One of the first things I do for any season, is swap out textiles for something more seasonal. During the holidays, I find that rich Earthy tones with pops of green and red are the perfect festive touch in my home!
Deck the halls with greenery:
To instantly add holiday cheer without feeling like you’re drowning in Santa themed decor, reach for greenery!
We used to be able to leave fresh greenery in the house for nearly a month, but since we switched heating systems, fresh greenery dries out too quickly for me to use it indoors. I’ve found a few wonderful options that look real.
Use organic elements:
Whenever I start decorating for a holiday, I always try to stick with organic elements like metal, wood, and foliage. While Christmas is a little more glitz than any other holiday, I still stay pretty true to this method.
I find that I am most drawn to the beauty of nature and love being able to integrate that into my decorating. Whenever I can find vintage Christmas decor, or use natural elements, I am always happiest!
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