Fixer Upper Christmas Decor (page two)
Now let’s take a look at the Magnolia House B&B all decked out with Fixer Upper Christmas decor:
What another gorgeous space! Joanna definitely has a knack for choosing light fixtures, huh? Even though this type of fixture is not my personal fave, it still looks phenomenal in the living room of the B&B. This light came from Restoration Hardware, but here’s a cheaper version that still has this same vibe.
The pillows she used are last year’s holiday version from Pottery Barn, but here’s some nice options for this year: Alpine Toile & Plaid reversible, To All a Good Night, and Merry Christmas. And here’s some cute affordable birch vases that you can use to display live greenery.
The rug is from West Elm:
I love the way she decorated the tree. She kept it simple by staying in the same neutral color family with soft creams and golds. Notice that there’s not a lot of ornaments, but the paper Merry Christmas garland and cute felt ball garlands fill in the space. Add some white twinkle lights and you have a perfect country Christmas tree! Not too fussy but simple and classic – just like Jo!
Here’s that gorgeous paper garland:
Look closely in the corner of that top photo and you’ll see this amazing sign:
Another Christmas tree graces the dining room. Joanna kept her decorating very simple and classic here as well, using plain red ornaments on the tree and adding splashes of red with the napkins and berries in the greenery.
I love the tree skirt too. I found these options below to get a similar look:
pom poms & jute // burlap & ruffles // white pom poms
Light fixture is from Pottery Barn. And what a simple festive way to add Christmas spirit to your dining space – add some greenery to your chandelier!
Merry Christmas sign on the buffet is available on Amazon.
I hope this post gives you some good ideas on where to find that perfect Fixer Upper Christmas decor for your home. Have you started decorating for Christmas yet? Two of my kids’ birthdays are coming up in the next 3 weeks so we try to get those planned first, and then do our decorating. But I do need to start ordering a few things so they’ll get here in time. I’m on the hunt for some awesome fresh garland for our staircase this year. What are you hoping to find? Let me know in the comments!
If you missed page one of this post, click below to see Joanna’s Farmhouse all decked out for Christmas!
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