If you want an extra romantic holiday that still rings true to the season, stick to a simple pink and white color palette. This look is especially great for shabby enthusiasts.
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Impress dinner guests this season by setting their plates with Christmas tree napkin folds. The napkins featured here, from the collection of Diane Sedo of Tea Cups and Cupcakes and Sentimental Celebrations, are timeworn damask.
Transition your shabby room into the holiday season with soft features. Instead of thick garlands and a seven-foot Christmas tree with rainbow lights, adorn the room with warm white lights, a miniature pine tree and thin decor foliage. Photography by Jo-Anne Coletti of [ Vintagerosecollection.com Link ].
Go all out with the ornaments, wreaths, garlands and Christmas village displays—but make sure you set up a retreat from the holiday fervor in the room. You need a place to plan all your holiday tasks, and submerging yourself in the midst of festive decor can be an overwhelming reminder of your Christmas duties.
Pine branches aren't just reserved for above fireplaces and around doors. Place a branch interlaced with lights along a kitchen countertop to help you get in the holiday spirit when you bake this season's many treats.