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Starting from the bottom up, your christmas tree can fit seamlessly in to your design aesthetic while still adding to the festive feel that makes the holiday magical. This year, I am loving the look of non-traditional christmas tree skirts. Woven or galvanized tree collars set a rustic tone for your decor, while chunky knits and fur throws feel soft and cozy. Browse the images below that have me inspired and then shop the look for your self. Enjoy!

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from Frugal Coupon Living

25 Christmas Traditions to Start Right Now!

25 Christmas Traditions to start right now and pass down for years to come. I love the daily wrapped Christmas books idea. Ideas on Frugal Coupon Living as well has homemade advent calendars and Elf on the Shelf Ideas.

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from Antique Farmhouse

Red and White 48" Christmas Tree Skirt

We love to blend design styles, especially when it comes to vintage inspired Christmas decorating ideas. Visit Antique Farmhouse today.

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Thinking that we need to have the bottom of our tree be this high up next year when D is walking. Doesn't look weird with all the presents piled under it.

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Pick a repeatable motif—like the stars on this tree—to unify your décor. A cozy, crackling fire pairs perfectly with traditional red and green accents. The tree’s meaningful collectibles, silver stars, and snowflakes gave it a theme. The mantel decorations and gifts under the tree also reflect traditional Christmas style.

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