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Target Red White Decor

BIRCH logs  |  RED wire basket  |  TREE pillow  |  STOCKING with embroidery  |  CHEERS cocktail napkins  |  CONFETTI glassware  |  PLAID blanket  |  VILLAGE metal lanterns  |  REINDEER bust

I couldn’t bear the thought of leaving for Hawaii without preparing my holiday decorations.  Now don’t get me wrong, I did not have time to get everything set up, but I did buy the tree and any new decorations and brought others out of storage so that as soon as I touch down in one week, I can hit the ground running.

I always put together a little decor scheme to help me narrow my focus for the holidays. This year, since I’ll be traveling, I wanted to keep the decor simple, but still very festive.  While I don’t usually decorate with red (or wear red, it’s a personal thing), this year I can get a lot of ‘bang for my buck’ by adding in the bright, merry hue without having to overhaul the house.

My tree is going to *gasp* have no ornaments.  None. My plan is to wrap the bulb in a plaid blanket and put lights on it. It’s going to be a very we-just-brought-this-tree-in-from-the-forest look.  The rest of the decorations will follow the same esthetic – warm, simple, and merry.

It all started with these little red village candle holders from Target and spun off from there.  Since I felt like the look could easily turn very ‘country’, I kept the rest of the decorations very very minimal and somewhat masculine (hence the no tree ornaments).

It’s not very conventional of me, I usually lean toward the silver and gold sparkle, but I really was trying to get outside my usual this year and try something fun and new.  What do you think?

 

p.s. Don’t forget we have TWO giveaways going on!  Enter here and here!  Also, make sure to check out the rest of the amazing giveaways in the 24 Merry Days! Chelsea from Lovely Indeed has an amazing one going on today as well!

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