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Above: Nicole Franzen captured this simple boxwood beauty. I can't decide whether I'm most drawn to the wreath or the sweet brass knocker. Photograph by Nicole Franzen.

Indoors and outdoors Christmas lanterns

Christmas Lantern Designs for Indoors and Outdoors Party : Creative Homemade Black Indoor Christmas Lanterns Lights Decorations

Christmas Table Setting, rustic farm table, greens, topiaries, burlap napkin ties

LOVE this Christmas Tablescape—The place settings, centerpiece, rustic table create a truly warm inviting atmosphere for dinner with family friends.

Blackberry House blog retail shop projects and painted furniture: Christmas Decorating Inspiration from Around the Net

All interior design fans love Sarah Richardson from Canada. This old picture from 2010 is from Sarah's Farmhouse that Christmas. thought it's still relevant and very chic, I'd thought you would love to see it even though its alittle dated!

Repurposed Vintage Skis - great ideas for using skis to decorate your home and porch for the holidays and every day. The Wicker House

The Wicker House: Decorating with Vintage Skis: great stocking holder idea for non-fireplace houses

Homemade garlands | Cozy, hygge living room decor | Holiday fireplace

lacloserie: Sarah Hogan Photographer (Crush Cul de Sac)

Love the black cupboard with greenery.

Wreath hung with ribbon over cabinet, mirror, or window. (To hang wreath, use Command hooks hung upside down on the other side of cabinet to hook ribbon on to)

Decorating Ideas Using String Lights & Lighted Branches

Stars are the charm of Christmas decoration, isn’t it? Whether you hang the massive stars from the ceiling or use tiny stars, Christmas decoration seems [.


8 Fun & Festive Christmas Entryways

Entryway with white, beadboard wainscoting, three boxwood wreaths, and a vintage bench covered with Christmas gifts

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X-Mas tree made out of branches. The garlands are made out of thyme and rosemary. The wooden stars and glass bulbs are first covered with glue and then rolled through dried thyme.