Anyway, I'm hopped up on cold medicine so I'll make this short so I don't embarrass myself. Our house has been Christmasfied!
I stuck our Christmas tree in the corner of our living room where our gray chair used to sit.
If I'm being honest, I'll tell you I don't like it. I think it's because I'm over the red/white/silver theme we've had for 3 years now. I really wanted to buy a fake green flocked tree (and some new ornaments) this year but everything I looked at was so expensive so I passed. I'm hoping to score some good deals after Christmas though so we'll see!
Our cardboard deer got the rudolph treatment:
He looks so cute that I'm contemplating leaving him like this year round :)
Our console table got a festive makeover:
We don't have a mantel (yet -- yes friends, that's a clue) so I pinned the stockings to the bottom of the table:
I got them from Target two years ago and adore their faux fur cuffs and blingy buckles :)
I hung some felt snowflakes from our orchid:
And shoved ornaments in every nook and cranny:
I love the reflection of the tree in the "wreath" mirror:
The tops of our bar and cabinets we're Christmasfied too:
The top of the present is magically balancing on the large silver ornament that's in the box. No idea how it hasn't fallen yet but I'm sure it will now that I typed that haha
So it'd be seen easier, I made everything stand up above the cabinet tops by placing the objects on scrap wood and wood coasters:
I bought these deer from Michael's last year for $60 each (originally $90 each) and L-O-V-E them! They're not as Christmasy as I remember them being so I may incorporate them into a year-round vignette down the road.
And just like that, our Christmas tour is over! Stop by on Friday to see our simple outdoor decor :)
I'm sharing this post at A Thoughtful Place's Christmas Vignette link party :)