It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!!
Today I have some pictures to show you of our Entryway decorated for the holidays!
Our house has a very open floor plan so when you walk in our home through the front door, you are simultaneously in the entryway, living room, dining room, and living room because it is literally one big room with zero walls to break it up.
I’ll start with a few pics of our sideboard by the front door, decorated with pinecones and greenery…
dough bowl-Patina Interiors Consignment store
deer sheds-found in the woods
greenery-cut down from the woods
banner-made on my Cricut (scrapbook paper, burlap, & raffia from Hobby Lobby)
map frame-custom from Hobby Lobby painted with French Linen & a CoCo wash by ASCP
sideboard-Patina Interiors Consignment Store painted with Country Gray and French Linen sealed with Dark Wax all by ASCP
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This year I decided to use everything we already owned in this area of the house add elements from nature that were free! I kept seeing an endless supply of pinecones on the ground around town so I thought they’d be perfect!
And some pictures at night…
So when you’re standing in our entryway and you look to the right, you’ll notice that the entry flows right into the dining room which contains our china cabinet. If you missed the original post on how I restored our china cabinet you can read about it here. A couple of times a year, I usually decorate this cabinet with various holiday decor. Here are a few pics of the outside of the cabinet decorated for Christmas….
white pom pom garland-Target (Dollar Spot)
white snowflake garland-Paul Michael
black decorative finials-Paul Michael
moss wreathe-I made it from supplies from Hobby Lobby (foam wreathe, moss sheets, & hot glue gun)
mini wooden skis-Target (dollar spot)
crate-Hobby Lobby clearance
moss urn- Patina Interiors Consignment Store
Joy to the World tray-I made it (tutorial here)
silver decorative ball-Hobby Lobby
moss trees-I made from supplies from Hobby Lobby
silver candle stick holders-wedding gift (Bed, Bath, & Beyond)
candle sticks-Hobby Lobby
china cabinet-Patina Interiors Consignment Store painted with Young Kansas Wheat by CeCe Caldwells‘ and Dark Wax by ASCP
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I couldn’t hang our stockings on the fireplace mantle this year because a certain someone could pull them down! So the china cabinet was the safest place…
Well that’s it for today! I’ll be back soon with some more holiday decorating pics!
Remember, when life hands you lemons, turn them into something lovely!