Now that Thanksgiving is over, Christmas decorating is in full force at our house. First stop, our front hallway. You may have remembered that this space is currently undergoing a makeover so it was easy to begin decorating here. Before it didn't feel like we had a front entryway at all, but now that it does I couldn't help but to fill it with Christmas cheer right away!
One of my favorite additions to my Christmas decor this year is this O' Holy night sign from JamesandAlice Etsy store. This is my favorite Christmas song making it extra special. When this piece arrived, not only was I impressed but so was Paul, which is saying a lot. This is quality made piece that comes even with teeth hanger already on the back, making it ready to be hung as well. This is currently in our front entryway but I have a feeling that it might migrate into our living room because I love it so much:)
Here's a sneak peak of our tree! We sent our $30 Target christmas tree that I used through college to the kitchen and we bought our first "faux designer tree" as Paul likes to say, this year! It is pre-lit, which makes me love it more!
In addition to our Jamie Alice sign, I decorated our front entryway with the good ole classic green and red colors. I finally picked up the boxwood wreath that I have been eyeing for over a year and for now it's hanging on our front door! Also, I decided to be festive and stuff my hunter boots with some green trees! Realistically those might not stay like that, but for the time being I thought it was cute:)
Candle sticks : World Market
Mirror: T.J. Maxx (very similar)
White vase: Ikea
Basket: Target (Out of Stock)
Plaid Blanket: Gap (last season)
DIY Shelf: Read Blogpost (here)
Oh and last but not least, the floor!! We still have to seal the grout but these are the new tile floors that my husband and father-in-law put in a month ago and I'm in love with them. Our entryway is now extended almost 5 extra feet which makes me very happy because now people can get into our house without a problem! This weekend we are board and battening the half wall in our front entryway, as well as tomorrow I'm supposed to receive the new rug for this space so stay tuned for more updates!
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