7. Guest Bedroom
Guests coming for the holidays? Make sure you don’t forget to decorate your guest bedrooms! Mini wreaths hung on existing decor is an easy way to incorporate the holidays into your existing farmhouse design. Swap out regular paintings for festive prints like this “and to all a good night” holiday art, and fluff up that bedding with farm-y plaids and reds.
See all the details of this fabulous guest room at LizMarieBlog.com.
Source: Oriental Trading Co.
8. Farmhouse Mantel
The kitchen may be the heart of the home, but your fireplace isn’t far behind. If you already embrace the farmhouse feel, it won’t be hard dressing your mantle for the holidays. Woven stockings, birch branches, neutral colors like creams, grays and whites and the obligatory wood sign all come together easily to create a beautiful hearth.
See more of this beautiful design at Oriental Trading Co..
9. Vintage Ladder
A roaring fire, twinkle lights, greenery, birch branches, warm blankets and a rustic farmhouse ladder. What DOESN’T this living room have? Grab an old ladder, or make a simple one yourself (it doesn’t have to be fancy, it’s only for holding blankets) and cover in blankets and lights. I love the addition of greenery and cranberry beads!
Check out more photos of this exquisite farmhouse home at farmhouse Christmas.
10. Rustic Felt Christmas Trees
Live greenery is beautiful but it doesn’t last forever. These adorable felt Christmas trees will last for years to come, cost virtually nothing to make, and are a great afternoon craft. All you need is colored felt, a glue fun and some wooden branches and wooden slices. You could probably find these in a Home Goods-type store, or you can just get crafty and make these yourself!
Check out all the steps, and a video tutorial, at LittleHouseOfFour.com!