If you didn’t already figure it out from the post about my Christmas tree, we don’t do trendy Christmas decor around here.
In fact, some might consider some of our holiday decor tacky.
And I don’t know that I wouldn’t disagree with them – but that doesn’t mean I will part with my multi-colored-plastic-melted-together-christmas-tree. It was my Grannie’s – and I’m a bit of a sentimentalist…and a hoarder too.
So if you are following along on this Blogger Stylin’ Home Tours series and popping over from The White Buffalo Styling Co. or Desert Domicile, welcome – I hope I’m not too much of a disappointment to you. I’m a bit of a different kind of holiday home tour – around here, we decorate with memories during Christmastime.
And also completely random items that aren’t meant to be Christmas decor.
Welcome to the freak show.
We turn crates into wagons and add in melted together plastic Christmas trees.
We are also proclaiming that wrapping paper – still on its roll – be Christmas decor as well.
Because we all know it doesn’t get moved off the dining room table until December 24th.
We also believe that a vintage santa nestled in a simple tinsel wreath – simple and easy – is the best kind of wreath.
Furthermore, a cowboy blanket your Grannie made can always be worked into your decor.
And so can Pap’s cowboy hat.
I won’t pretend for a second that I didn’t move that merry & bright pillow from the front porch to the entry. It’s just a multi-tasking pillow, ya’ll.
And if we’re gonna pull out the cowboy hat, we might as well pull out Grannie’s guitar too and put it right beside the rocking chair that once belonged to my great-grandmother and me and now the Circus.
And if it makes it through the Circus, it will be nothing short of a miracle, y’all.
We’ll top the rocking chair off with Grunt Labor’s elf hat.
And then we can’t forget about the king…
…who is sporting a purple tinsel scarf.
Or the deer…
…who is sporting a statement necklace and the Christmas lights that I insisted on putting up on my Pap’s front porch every Christmas…much to his dismay.
Although secretly, I think he liked them.
I’m not too sure how the deer feels about it though.
I hope you decorate your home with memories this Christmas…as well as completely random things.
The next tour stop is Michaela Noelle Designs! Enjoy!
You know you don’t wanna miss any of this crazy.
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