I’m going to show you how I decorated with rustic Christmas decorations this year in my home.
Winter Lodge Christmas Decor
This blue cabinet in the corner of my living room (you can see the cabinet makeover here) is transformed into a nordic forest. I have a 5 ft nordic tree on the floor next to it.
The top of the cabinet displays a wood, pinecone, and birch bark tree between two glitter-flocked mini trees in burlap. I completed the look with lovely mercury glass candlesticks and icy glitter branches in the back.
The mini wooden sleigh (Target Dollar Spot) and antique ice skates on the wall complete this cozy corner.
Woodland Forest Display
I used neutral pieces of furniture and accessories as the backdrop for this snowy landscape. I found a template on Pinterest for the deer head and traced it onto a piece of scrap plywood that I had painted brown; I love easy and free projects!
Can you believe I found this windowpane mirror at the town dump day? A woman was unloading it from her truck and I ran over and grabbed it!
It was an awful green color but a couple of coats of white chalk paint remedied that!
Here are the links to the wood trees on the back of my cabinet: whitewashed birch bark tree is $6.50 and walnut bark wood tree is only $5.75 from craftoutlet.com…it’s my secret website for finding craft supplies!!
Icy Christmas Display
One Christmas I created this sparkling vignette in my entryway. I love the monochromatic look and elegant feel of this Christmas table display.
I hung up a vintage window pane and hung a birch wreath from it. On the table, I displayed a set of ice-covered trees and a set of mercury glass light-up trees. I finished off the table with an icy garland.
Old windows are so versatile and you can use them throughout your home to decorate.
I continued my rustic decorations over to my Christmas tree.
I used loads of pine cones that I had added a whitewash and snowy glitter to, along with mostly wooden ornaments.
I added little galvanized metal lanterns and some buffalo plaid ribbon as a garland. My tree came with icy flocked branches that glisten when the lights are on.
There’s nothing quite as welcoming as a home that is all decorated for the holidays.
I love sitting under a warm blanket at night watching a Hallmark Christmas movie with only the Christmas tree lights on; it’s one of my favorite things to do in the winter.
More Holiday Favorites
- Day 1 – Christmas DIY Ideas
- Day 2 – Front Porch Decorating Ideas
- Day 3 – Christmas Tree Ideas
- Day 4 – Christmas Table Decor Ideas
- Day 5 – Christmas Cookies and Sweet Treats
- Day 6 – Christmas Decorating Ideas
- Day 7 – Christmas Hacks You Should Know
- Day 8 – Christmas Gift Wrapping Guide
- Day 9 – Wreaths & Front Door Decor
- Day 10 – Winter Greenery