I promise I won’t post anymore Christmas Decor ideas (fingers crossed). The night before last while lying awake visions of sugarplums were dancing in my head. Well not really, but ideas for next year’s decor led me down a rabbit hole. I have written about my passion for the collected look and how to get it here, and the search page where you can find all of my related articles here. The same equation can apply to your Christmas decor. Let’s take a look at Collected Christmas Decor you Can Copy.
Collected Christmas Entries you Can Copy
Do you remember these fabulous planters in one of the Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Christmas Showhouses from years past? Aren’t they fabulous?
How about this entry from Vivi et Margot on Instagram
Joni from Cote de Texas introduced us all to the beautiful work of designer Pam Pierce, now editor of the wonderful Milieu Magazine. Her Christmas decor is still wonderful and inspiring today, as seen in Veranda several years ago. Timeless isn’t it?
Christmas Stairways with the Collected Look
Do you follow Chris Love Julia on Instagram? Of course, you do, who doesn’t? Their gorgeous home and fabulous Christmas decor are so inspiring.
More Pam Pierce goodness from Veranda. Love the simple tree decorated with simple glass balls, and the base surrounded by antique baskets and toys. Check out the rods and curtains? They are still current. She is amazing.
Natural Christmas Trees
Another Instagram rockstar, Deb from Seeking Lavendar Lane‘s tree…simply wonderful. Every bit of her decor is enchanting.
Don’t you love Annie Sloane’s (from Chalk Paint fame) fireplace decor?
Collected Fireplace Decor
The uber- talented Ken Fulk created his Christmas magic on this Montana home.
This fireplace from Jamb London with the simple magnolia wreath hung above is fabulous. Sometimes less is more.
This charming mantle from Tessa Foley of Nine and Sixteen with the monogrammed stockings has every element needed for a perfect collected look.
Christmas Tables you can Copy
More inspiration from Tessa. This tablescape with a few alterations could easily convert to Christmas.
Simple natural elements, rustic wood, and vintage linens on this tablescape from the incomparable Pam Pierce still make my heart skip a beat.
COLLECTED CHRISTMAS DECOR
Ribbon, ornaments, table accessories
I hope you all have a safe and healthy Christmas. We are crossing our fingers that we will be able to celebrate with Little Summer a little later. Everyone is testing negative. I have been searching for the perfect New Year’s cards and none seemed quite appropriate for this crazy year. If you are like me and can’t quite get it together in time for Christmas, and are looking for cards that are more appropriate for this year with a sprinkling of humor Minted has some great cards here.
Thanks for reading How to Achieve a Collected Look in your Christmas Decor. I will be back on Sunday with my pals Mary Ann and Annie with our Sunday favorite. Also next week I will be sending out a completely anonymous survey about what you love and hate about the blog, and what you would like to read more about in 2021. Merry Christmas Love You Guys!!