With the holiday upon us – when the hell did that happen?! – I want to share some of our Christmas 2020 decor! Admittedly, I love doing these posts because it becomes a reference point when it comes time to decorate the following year.
While our decor is relatively simple, I love it all the same. I’m proud to reuse most of the same decor year after year! Sure, there are a few new touches, but most of that is from Target Dollar Spot, so does it really count? 😉 Which leads me to my new favorite little pieces – these wooden houses that found a home on our entryway table. I couldn’t believe these were in the dollar section!
Not much changed in our front sitting room since last Christmas – and that’s exactly the way I like it! In this room, my Christmas village is the centerpiece so I don’t want much to take away from that.
I often lay on the couch in here to read, and I have to say my grandma’s cabinet filled to the brim with my books is one of my favorite views in the house. This seemed like the perfect place for this year’s Christmas card to make an appearance along with some simple, neutral touches.
Heading into the kitchen, I always bring in more touches of red here. It’s such a fun pop against all the black and white. Those black metal light-up houses were another dollar section find!
And, finally – our newly-renovated family room! I plan to do a full post/reveal on this room after the holidays (here’s my inspiration board), but in the meantime here’s a sneak peek.
I couldn’t be happier with how this room came together! Probably my favorite thing is Finn’s new stocking – I mean, how adorable is that? Bonus that the tree sits in front of one set of built-ins, so I didn’t have to worry much about decorating those shelves!
I hope that you enjoyed our Christmas 2020 decor! In a year where absolutely nothing has been normal, decorating for Christmas was one of the few things that simply felt right. We were in the camp of people that started decorating in early November, and I don’t regret it one bit! It’s been wonderful to enjoy the decorations for a little longer than usual.
No matter how/if you celebrate Christmas, I hope it’s wonderful in its own unique 2020 way. Stay safe, and be merry. Cheers!