I’ve been so excited to share this year’s rustic Christmas decor. In the past few years, I’ve switched up how I decorated my tree, so I had a few options when it came to picking a theme this year. Last year I went with red and aqua – a color combination that I love. I wanted to go with more classic Christmas colors this year, but my eyes kept being drawn to black and white buffalo check like a magnet. I landed on mostly red and white with buffalo check ribbon and accents.
This years Christmas decor definitely has a cozy, down-home vibe. There is cotton, wood frames, greenery, pine cones, and rustic red trucks, mixed in with a bit of sparkle. I used lots of holly throughout my decor this year because I think it’s such a simple, classic way to bring in a little something extra.
I found a cozy black and white buffalo check blanket at Hobby Lobby for just $10 (after 50% discount!) It accents the decor perfectly, and it’s so soft. I’ve been using it pretty much constantly (currently, as a matter of fact!) Also, I love this sign with The Grinch quote!
I love pulling out my buckets of Christmas decor, assessing what I have to use with the year’s theme, and then using it in a different way. I have used this red sleigh for several years now. This year it’s filled with ornaments, cotton, frosted pine cones, and holly. I filled some tin buckets and filled them with cotton.
I grabbed a couple of cute little rustic items for this tiered stand. I was very much drawn to the red trucks this year!
I found this nativity scene last year on clearance at Michael’s after Christmas. The nutcrackers on the table are the two that Raley has picked out the past couple years. She gets to pick out a nutcracker each year. Audrey decided that she wanted to collect gingerbread men, so I got her a cute little snow globe with a gingerbread man in it this year. On the wood window frame above this table I will hang Christmas cards that we get in the mail.
I hope you enjoyed this walk through my home! What is your favorite Christmas color scheme?
If you’d like to see decor from Christmases past, visit these posts: