Now that we are officially in Christmas season I thought I would share my Christmas Living Room Decor and just how easy it is to add Christmas touches without spending tons of money.
How? As I say a lot around here……”Use what you have.”
I haven’t finished all my Christmas decor throughout the house but my living room is basically done, so I thought I would share how I did it by using the decorations I already have and spending ONLY $40 of additional money.
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Do you get your decorating done in one day or are you like me, you add items, take away and then change it around for like two weeks before you call it DONE?
Here is what I added to my Living Room:
4 – Pine Wreaths (Regular $10 got for 50% off so $5 each = $20 for 4)
2 – White DIY Trees on mantel (Cones $4 each)
1 – Decorated Tree(already had tree and decorations)
1- Mini Christmas Tree($6 dollar store)
1- Set of Ice Skates(had these – purchased used from ebay years ago)
1 – Gold Reindeer(Had previous years decor)
12 – Silver Ornaments spread here and there (cost $10 for a container of 24)
1 – Christmas Pillow (Had previous decor)
That is really not a lot of decorations.
This year I kept everything neutral and I am liking it.
See how adding a few ornaments made this room Christmasy – Easy-Peasy.
Here again I added a few ornaments to my mantel along with the two white DIY trees and dusty miller sprigs to the magnolia garland I already had on the mantel.
How To for the DIY White Trees will be posted in the next few days with the start of our 12 Days Of Christmas series. Be sure to check that out starting when else>>>>>>>December 1
Little Goes A Long Way
I hope I have inspired you to take a look at what you have and decorate with the thought of Less is More.
Use what you have just in a different way or different room.
Spending more money is not necessary to creating beautiful Holiday Decor.
Add to your already decor, such as ornaments here and there.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a joy filled Holiday Season.