A mix of ornaments, including fair isle patterns and knit critters, give the Christmas tree a woodland touch.
A wreath serves as the “O” in an a “Joy” sign that Liz painted on weathered wooden planks. The driftwood tree packs an architectural and organic punch, offering a creative alternative to tabletop firs.
A cute cocoa bar—filled with goodies from World Market—invites visitors to help themselves to a warm mug topped off with marshmallows and more.
An airy tree from Balsam Hill, festooned with pinecones, picks up the browns in the cozy throw blanket, wooden Windsor chair, and woven basket, which doubles as wall art for a picture frame.
A neutral color scheme—such as a bench fashioned from a painted wooden shutter—allows greenery to really pop in the dining room.
Liz Marie’s husband—who blogs at Craftsman Drive—made this DIY sign emblazoned with the names of Santa’s team. He used stencils to paint the reindeer's monikers onto a piece of plywood.
Sure, these are a natural fit for the holidays, but we love the idea of showcasing these adorable scenes all year long.