Thursday, November 12, 2009

twig reindeer



Is anyone else already starting to think about holiday decor?

I can't believe it is right around the corner! E and I were just talking about how close it is until we get to go pick 0ut a tree! These twig reindeer from Pottery Barn are one of my favorite seasonal decor items.


If you're going for more of the vintage look, I enjoy this little Etsy treasure...



What are some of your holiday decor favorites?

7 comments:

Amy Kelly said...

I saw those twig reindeer at PB recently as well and loved them! I really like the look of natural elements with holiday decorations (pine cones, twigs, etc.) I also love the look of all, or mostly all, white decorations for Christmas. I love how crisp and magical everything looks in white. Then again, I like sort of retro-ish candy colored holiday decorations as well. I am so excited about decorating for Christmas as this is my first year getting to do such in my own place. I have a modest little 4' tree that I can't wait to spruce up with cute little ornaments from Anthropologie. :)

Lucianne said...

i went gapping today and they had lots of red stuff & were playing holiday music. 1 month, 13 days left!

Julie said...

I cannot WAIT to decorate for Christmas. Seth insists that I must wait until after Thanksgiving. It's killing me. I have to make some new wreaths this year and I'm super excited to have a craft project. Last year I feel like I really didn't celebrate Christmas because all of my decor was in storage from the move. I need to get the jitters out. :)

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