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OUR FARMHOUSE’S MINIMALIST COASTAL CHRISTMAS DECOR

I SO wanted to post this article last week, but – LIFE.  It just wasn’t in the cards to get ‘er done in time which is ok.  The world did not stop spinning.  😉

About 15 years ago, I went from being a holiday decor maximist to a holiday decor minimalist and you can read all about what triggered that change here.

And you know what?  I don’t miss lugging out all those Rubbermaid totes FULL of holiday crap.  I don’t miss all the hours I spent putting the stuff up and then taking it all down a few weeks later.  I also realized it was beginning to stress me out instead of enjoying the process.

Sound like you?  Maybe it’s time for you to switch over to the “light side” too!

WELCOME TO CHRISTMAS AT OUR FARMHOUSE!

This is our third Christmas in our new farmhouse we built in 2017 and it takes me less than an hour and a half to decorate it. How do I do it so quickly? I only focus on the “public” areas like the kitchen, dining room and family room.

I love using real garland in a few areas and this year, I also made some minimalist garland for our kitchen window and it cost me $0!  I used some jute twine I already had, some white glittered jingle bells I already had, and some snips of fresh Christmas tree trimmings I got from Home Depot for free.

I absolutely love how it turned out!  The regular real garland was just so “heavy” looking over that window and I didn’t like how it looked at all.  And I couldn’t find any other garland at Michaels, etc., that I really liked. So when in doubt, go the DIY route!

So here is a little photo tour of the rooms I decorated.  Enjoy! 😊

 – OUR FAMILY ROOM –

 – OUR DINING ROOM –

– OUR FOYER –

– OUR KITCHEN –

So are you a holiday decor maximalist or minimalist? What theme do you use when decorating your home for the holidays?  I’d love to hear all about your tips and tricks that I can use next year!

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    Peaches
    12/27/2019 at 9:03 pm

    You are so cute with your diy jingle garland…ummm…absolutely adorable!!😘 I love the lil sprigs of pine added in there, natural and minimal yet so eye catching❤️I love the greenery draped over your mirrors too & the sneak peak out the windows of that FL sun that I’m soooo missing!😂Hugs

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