As much as I love fall, there is just something so special about decorating for winter and the holidays. I’ve refined my home decor style a lot over the years and tend to stick to more neutral, winter decor that can stay out well past the holidays. I’m especially excited to decorate this year as it’s the first year in my new home. Here is my holiday home decor for 2021.
My front porch has been such a fun place to decorate this year. I’ve never had a porch, or any kind of entryway I could decorate before. I kept with the winter theme for decorations and added a bunch of different sized faux tress in rattan baskets. These baskets are absolute perfection in my opinion and I used them for my fall front porch decor as well. This door mat is from Etsy and has a quote from my all time favorite Christmas movie, Christmas Vacation. I grabbed these giant pince cones from Michael’s and love how they tie everything together.
Greenery and faux trees will always be my favorite way to decorate for the holidays. I’ve had this garland for a few years and love how realistic it looks. I kept my TV console area pretty simple this year and just added these flameless candles and some twinkle lights for some sparkle. My tree and almost all of the ornaments, and most of the rest of my decorations haha, are from Target. I like keeping a neutral palette for my tree decorations as well. I think it looks so timeless and classic and I love how the ornaments shine with all the white lights on the tree.
My bar car has become one of my favorite places to decorate. I love the look of mixing different textured trees together. This fun ornament is actually a candle and a dupe for a similar item from Pottery Barn for a fraction of the price. For the console table I switched out the picture in the frame for this one of pine trees. I added the same garland from my TV stand and a silver tree from TJ Maxx. The dining table decor is super simple by just adding these pine stems to my vase of eucalyptus. I like to switch out the print in the frame above my table as well to coincide with the seasons.
I don’t have a ton of extra space in my kitchen but I added in a couple small faux trees and this snowy bird to my countertop display. I also changed out the print to a winter themed scene. Along my banister I used some more of the same garland just to add a pop of color. I have a little shelf in my stairwell and I hung this fun reindeer artwork and added some flocked trees.
Do you go all out with the holiday decor or keep it on the subtle side? If you’re in the market for gift ideas check out my holiday gift guide roundup here.