Some people go all out for the holidays. Others take a more measured approach. Whether you just want a few small items to decorate for the holidays or you are looking for decor for every spot in every room, today’s post is for you! I’ve got ideas for small and merry: holiday decor for every nook and cranny of your home.
Source: The Craftberry Bush
An easy way to add some holiday decor is to fill a basket or crate with ornaments:
Take a basket or container you already have, or find an inexpensive basket at a home store or thrift store. Then fill with your favorite ornaments and tie a big bow around the handle. This is a small, but also festive, way to decorate for the holidays. It can go on a table-top or shelf.
Need a fresh storage option for holiday cards?
How about repurposing an old window?
Source: Little House of Four
Katie at Little House of Four used twine, small clothes pins and an old window to create a festive holiday card display. You could also use an old mirror or picture frame.
Don’t forget to add some greenery!
We love this look put together by Twelve on Main during Mohawk’s Holiday Home Tour this year. Fresh greenery is a simple way to pack major holiday punch and smells divine, too.
Or tie one on…
The banister, that is! This faux holly branch with berries and ribbon came from a gift I received. I saved it and tied it around the banister for a small decoration. It’s a little touch, but I see it every day!
One of my favorite colorful Christmas decorations is to use a bowl of Christmas apples on our coffee table, kitchen counter, entryway bench or other nook in our home.
Source: Country Living
My mom always had Christmas apples in a bowl at my childhood home, and now I’ve adopted the tradition, too. It makes me smile and provides a beautiful pop of holiday color!
Roll out the red (or snowman) carpet for guests with a holiday door mat:
It’s a small but festive way to greet your holiday guests.
Do you decorate every nook and cranny of your home for the holidays? Or do you just decorate a room or two? Please share in the comments! Happy Holidays!