Christmas At Queen Of Hearts Antiques & Interiors

 Last Thursday I attended a special event at Queen of Hearts Antiques and Interiors in Alpharetta.  The store invited interior designers and bloggers to an early morning shopping event before they opened their doors for their holiday open house.  We had the full run of the store so I was able to browse (and shop) the wonderful selection of antiques, vintage decor and holiday items.

If you live in the Atlanta area but aren’t familiar with Queen of Hearts, let me tell you a little about the store and business.  Queen of Hearts opened it first store in 1998 and today there are three stores in the Atlanta area–Alpharetta, Marietta and Buford.  Each store is made up hundreds of dealer-merchants with individual booths to sell their goods. You’ll find a wide range of products ranging from furniture, housewares and decor to fashion and personal accessories.

While each location has the Queen of Hearts signature set up – wide, easy-to-navigate aisles named after streets in Charleston, S.C. – each also has its own personality. Dealers in Alpharetta feature products targeted to designers and decorators. Marietta is more of a traditional antiques store, while Buford has a lot of dealers who are creatively repurposing old items for new uses.

Queen of Hearts has been branded to be a one-stop shop for antiques and home interiors merchandise which you’ll quickly recognize the minute you enter the store.

I arrived at the store around 8:45 am and was immediately taken in by the beautiful holiday displays and merchandising vignettes. I knew I had to whip out my phone and snap a few pictures so I could share it all with you. Enjoy my tour through Queen of Hearts and take note of the creative holiday decorating ideas I’m pointing out along the way. ***Warning, this is photo heavy post, guaranteed to make you want to go shopping!

 Queen Of Hearts Antiques & Interiors

If you have a love for antique and vintage china, the store is choke full of ironstone, milk glass and transferware.

Everyday Decor…

Once I stopped drooling over all the beautiful china I focused in on the everyday decor.

These marble bookends were just stunning!

I almost bought this bell for those occasion when I want to summon the butler (not)!

This bamboo bench was a beauty. I really wanted it but there’s just one problem…I don’t have a place to put it.

I loved this arrangement of frames and antique mirrors on a mantel. Talk about a super budget-friendly and dynamic mantel decorating idea.

Collectibles of all kinds filled the shelves.

These pretty decanters were also something I thought about purchasing.  I loved everything about them except the price 🙁

And then there was the Christmas decor… 

Hold your horses because this is going to be good.

New and vintage ornaments displayed in bowls and containers.  This is one of the easiest holiday decorating ideas ever.  Look around your house, I’m sure you have a spot or two that could use an ornament arrangement.

I bought a few small vintage ornaments to use in my holiday decor.  There were a lot of dealers with vintage ornament collections and most ornaments were priced between $3 and $6 each.

One of the things I enjoyed seeing was all of the unique wreath decorating ideas.

 This was a small wreath that had an oversized candy cane ornaments attached to it.  The wreath was used as a place setting on a holiday tablescape.

For more rustic themed holiday decor, this grapevine wreath was beautifully decorated with a big linen bow, faux magnolia leaves and pinecones.

One trend I’m seeing everywhere right now are wreaths with just the upper or lower area decorated, similar to a Laurel Wreath.

Christmas Inspiration…

In addition to wreaths, there were beautiful decor pieces using greenery stems and swags.

Greenery stems nestled around holiday decor in a large metal tray.

I love the idea of placing greenery picks under a glass dome.

I’m so stealing this idea of using a ceramic swan vase to hold holiday greens.


There were lots of these wood star decor pieces.  I see the stars at flea markets and antique stores all the time and love how they can be transformed using greenery, pinecones and a bow.

Or for a more traditional look, holiday ornaments.


Here’s a quick and easy DIY you can do for your own home.  Tie a greenery pick and leaf stem to a vintage silver-plated tray. Then add a big bow to finish it off.  An arrangement like this can be hung on a front door or any wall space in your home.

Just about every aisle in the store had Christmas decor of some kind. There were lots of pillows, tabletop items and unique gifts.


This vintage sled was not cheap but boy was it cool.  It would look great hung on a wall in a kids room.

Queen of Hearts Antiques and Interiors

And last but not least were the pretty holiday dinner napkins that I loved.

Queen of Hearts Antiques and Interiors


Wasn’t that shopping tour fun?!  You can only image how I felt shopping the store in person.

Queen of Hearts is a treasure trove of goodies so plan on spending some time when you decide to go shopping. And for those of you that can’t make it to the store, they also showcase a lot of the items for sale on Craigslist.  You can shop from the comforts of home and then contact the store to make your purchase.

Follow Queen of Hearts on Facebook for regular photo updates from all the stores.  And sign up for their newsletter here to be notified of store events.

Queen of Hearts store locations:

Alpharetta–670 Main Street, Alpharetta, GA 30009

Marietta–2745 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta, GA 30066

Buford–4125 GA Hwy 20, Buford, GA 30518 (next to Hobby Lobby)


Happy shopping friends!

Holiday Gift Guide: For The Fashionista


 I love shopping and during the holidays I’m can spend hours online and in stores searching for the perfect gift.  And more times than not I’ll find a few things for myself too.  That’s the case with today’s Holiday Gift Guide which includes many items I’d love to find under my tree on Christmas morning.  But, it’s not about me so here’s my gift guide for the fashionista in your life with prices starting at just $12.  Happy shopping friends!

Holiday Gift Guide For The Fashionista by ConfettiStyle

I’m always cold so I know I would get lots of use out of this Faux Fur Wrap.  It’s perfect for layering under a coat or wearing with a chunky sweater. And its long enough to drape around the shoulders and wear it like a stole.  This cutie is available in black, blush, dark navy (such a pretty color) and lt. brown. $69.95 

Zara is my go-to shopping source when I’m looking for a budget-friendly fashion handbags.  They have so many cute styles right now but the The City Bag with Faux Fur caught my attention.  Its perfect the for winter and when spring rolls around the faux fur liner can be removed making it a year-round bag. $55.90  

Cute earrings are my kryptonite especially when they’re under $20.  These 3-drop Fabric Lined Earrings are just $15.90 and would look just as great with jeans and a sweater or with a black party dress.  

 I love giving personalized gifts and this Flowering Monogram Pouch from Anthroplogie is definitely on my personal gift giving list.  It’s an ideal size to hold coins, credit cards or a few beauty essentials. $38.00

Holiday Gift Guide For The Fashionista by ConfettiStyle


Pom Poms + slides…sounds like match made in heaven.  These adorable Pom Pom Slides are a fun party shoe and an easy way to add a pop of fun to an everyday outfit.  I think these are going to sell out pretty quick so don’t hesitate. $68.00

Along with earrings, stylish handbags always stop me in my tracks. I love the plush texture and patchwork design of this Fabric Tote which perfect for fall and winter. $59.90

Ok friends, this really is the Ultimate Tassel Earring Set!  What makes this set so amazing is that the tassels are interchangeable. You can mix and match the colors however you like to create over 100 color combinations.  $72.00 (orig. price $248)

You know these Fleece Lined Sock with Pom Pom  from UGG are going to be warm and cozy. They are available in 4 colors.  $49.50

Holiday Gift Guide For The Fashionista by ConfettiStyle


I use a lot of Clinique products and they have the best holiday gift sets. For just $12.00 this Party Pops Lipstick Set will make a great gift for a girlfriend, co-worker or as a stocking stuffer.

 Cozy and cute is how I’d describe these Faux Fur Earmuffs with Headphones.  Definitely a gift for the girl who has everything. Also Available in olive. $88.00

Tassel necklaces are one of my favorite jewelry trends and this Long Tassel Necklace is my new fave.  Perfect for causal and dressy wear. $44.00


Design Resource: The Sofa & Chair Company

Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

As a designer my job is to research and source stylish, high-quality furniture and decor to fit my clients needs and lifestyle.  Often times my search leads me to my favorite stores locally.  And other times my search for beautiful furnishings and decor might lead me across the pond.

The Sofa & Chair Company is the UK’s leading manufacturer of luxury sofas and hand-crafted furniture.  Their extensive furniture collections boast luxurious fabrics (silk, leather, velvet and cashmere), sleek finishes (chrome, brass, marble), and refined details (feather and down cushions, tufting, welt trims)–all elements that speak to style and quality. In addition to carrying in-stock items which are available for immediate shipping, all of the items in their designer furniture collection are available for customization.   Working with their design team, you can create a one-of-a-kind piece to fit your exact size, fabric and finish specifications. And with delivery services available worldwide, their items are accessible to everyone.

To inspire your decorating dreams, I’ve created several mood boards using furniture, lighting and decor from The Sofa & Chair Company.  And I’m sharing a few design and styling tips as well.


Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

The foundation to any beautifully designed living space is a cohesive color story the has visual interest and depth.  The Sofa & Chair Company makes it easy to create a sophisticated space with their wide range of furniture styles and fabric options.  Here I paired a lush velvet sofa in navy with lighter toned occasional chairs.  The gold accent color represented in the artwork, lamp and vase create a cohesive story within the room.   And the subtle pattern in the rug ties the color story and room design together while adding another layer of design elegance. design tip: It is best to use an accent color in at least three places around the room.  You want to color to look intentional, not accidental. 

SHOP THE LIVING ROOM: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7 // 8 // RUG
Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

The living room would take on a slightly more eclectic feel by using this framed botanical textile art by US designer Aviva Stanoff.


Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

A space like a dining room can be both functional and elegant by combining classic furniture designs with artistic accessories.  For this mood board I used a combination of wood finishes to create sense of masculinity and depth.  The addition of a softy tiered chandelier, brushed brass accessories and a pastel hued dining chair soften the room while adding elegance.  When entertaining, classic tabletop decor in silver and black will stand out without commanding attention. design tip:  a light-colored chandelier and rug will visually make a small dining space appear bigger. And mixing metal finishes (gold with silver) will make a dining room feel elegant in an instant.

SHOP THE DINING ROOM: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 //5 // 6 // 7 // 8

SHOP TABLEWARE: silverware // napkin rings // dinnerware // glasses // charger // tray

Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyleTo add a touch of femininity to the dining space, I’d replace the sculptural piece with a beautiful Tulip Vase.



Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

A beautiful and chic entryway sets the tone for your home and introduces your home’s personality.  To welcome guests with style, I designed this space around an sculptural console table.  A pair simple lamps allows the shaped mirror and dramatic artwork to pop.  And a pair of plush fabric ottomans with a gold-tone metal base anchor this welcoming vignette.  design tip:  a small entryway can appear bigger by visual extending the width of a console table with artwork and furniture flanking each side.

SHOP THE ENTRYWAY:  1 // 2 // 3 // 4 //

Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

In a small house or apartment, an entryway is a great place to add additional storage.  Replace the console table, mirror and lamps with this chic Torrington Cabinet for an entry way that pulls double duty with style and storage.



Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

Combining dark and light tones is a great way to create a bedroom that feel stately and elegant. A light-colored rug keep the space from feel dark and heavy. And the black night stands help to visually ground the room while adding a bit of drama.  design tip: framed photos like this shot of the Parliamentary Building in Budapest, Hungary make for a unique art statement in any room.

SHOP THE BEDROOM:   1 // rug // 3 // bedding // 5 // 6 / 7 // 8

Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

In a larger bedroom, the addition of this beautiful Erasmo Leather Topper Dresser would highlight the lighter tones within the room.  p.s.  I am madly in love with the tassel drawer pulls!


Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle


Home offices often get neglected when it comes to decor. I designed this office to include a mix of traditional and modern elements creating a space with interest and character.  The Sofa & Chair Company has a great selection of abstract artwork and rugs that mix easily with any of their desk styles.  And if you’re looking for to add a unique design statement to your office, switch out the desk chair for an upholstered bench.  design tip:  black is a great furniture color to use in an office space because it creates an instant focal point in a room that typically has lots of visual chaos going on.

SHOP THE OFFICE:  1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // rug

Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

One advantage of decorating with classic colors is that you can easily change out elements of your decor to give the space a new look.  Replacing the black and white rug with this pink Vivian Fringed Rug would give this office a whole new vibe.

Style and Design--Profiling The Sofa & Chair Company by ConfettiStyle

When it comes to creating sophisticated, elegant, stately, chic and polished spaces, The Sofa & Chair Company makes it easy with their collection of fine furniture, lighting and decor. You can view their entire collection of products, learn more about the company and how to contact them for deliveries here.




disclaimer:  This post was sponsored by The Sofa & Chair Company.  All opinions are my own and all design boards represented in this post are my original concept and design.

Holiday Gift Wrapping Workshop with Steve McKenzie’s

Holiday Gift Wrapping Workshop with ConfettiStyle

It’s no secret that one of my passions is gift wrapping.  What you may not know is that I also love to share my passion by teaching others how to wrap gifts with style and flair!

Creative Holiday Gift Wrapping–Beyond The Basics!

 I’m excited to be partnering with Steve McKenzie’s for another holiday workshop on Saturday, Dec. 2nd.  Creative Gift Wrapping–Beyond The Basics is back by popular demand and is going to be bigger and better than ever.  Join me where you’ll learn new ways to give your holiday gifts a little extra pizzazz.   In addition to sharing essential gift wrapping tips, I’ll demonstrate some fun ideas you can incorporate into all your holiday gift giving.  Workshop attendees are invited to bring 1 small boxed gift to wrap in a fun and creative way.

Holiday Gift Wrapping Workshop with ConfettiStyle

Holiday Gift Wrapping Workshop with ConfettiStyle


I hope to see you at Steve McKenzie’s for a morning of holiday cheer and inspiration.  Click the Eventbrite link to register and reserve your spot today!


Book Review: Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors of Tom Britt

One of the legendary interior designers that I admire most is Tom Britt.  He is a master of designing rooms with bold color palettes, strong graphic style contrasts and stylish innovations.  When asked to describe his own design aesthetic and he uses words like brilliant, confident and sexy.
Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors of Tom Britt written by Mitchell Owens and published by Rizzoli chronicles this legendary designers’ work over the past 50 years.  From Exotic and Modern to Historical and Classic, each chapter in the book showcases his portfolio of work from around the globe.  Take a peek at a few of my favorite images.

Book Review: Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors Of Tom Britt

“Pretty rooms are pretty boring.  My preference has always been something totally different:  bold, brilliant, even monumental.”   

Book Review: Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors Of Tom Britt
Book Review: Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors Of Tom Britt
Book Review: Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors Of Tom Britt
Book Review: Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors Of Tom Britt

“Ask yourself:  Do you really want your house to look like somebody else’s?  Do you really want to play it safe?  I don’t think you do.  Who would?  Why not be fabulous?

Book Review: Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors Of Tom Britt
Book Review: Fabulous! The Dazzling Interiors Of Tom Britt
As one of the countries most recognized and awarded interior designers, the design advice that Thomas Britt has shared over the years is worthy of a mention…

If you’re a design enthusiast, you’ll definitely want to pick up a copy of this book to add to your collection.

Personalized Stationery–Holiday Gift Guide

2017 Holiday Gift Guide by ConfettiStyle

Have you heard the news…Christmas is coming!

To usher in the holiday season, I’m kicking off my holiday gift guide series with an item that is on the top of my gift giving list–Personalized Stationery.

Stationery makes a great gift anytime of the year but it’s one of my favorite gifts to give at Christmas.

I’ve reached that age where I want to give gifts that have lasting value and personalized stationery fits that bill.  One of my favorite companies for personalized stationery is WH Hostess.  I’ve rounded up my top picks from their amazing selection to help you with your holiday gift giving.

2017 Holiday Gift Guide--Personalized Stationery by ConfettiStyle

2017 Holiday Gift Guide--Personalized Stationery by ConfettiStyle Notecard sets can be purchased in quantities of 20, 50 or 100 and come with coordinating envelopes.  For an added charge, you can also have a return address printed on the envelope flap in a coordinating color. Envelope liners in the coordinating pattern of the notecards, or a solid color, are also available.

Monogram Ginger Jar Flat Notecards //  Striped Letters Personalized Flat Notecards

Buffalo Check Personalized Flat Notecards // Bamboo Monogram Personalized Notecards

2017 Holiday Gift Guide--Personalized Stationery by ConfettiStyle

 Notepads are sold in three different sizes and each notepad has 100 sheets.  Many of the designs are available in multiple colors and can be personalized with a name, initial or a monogram.

Tassel Fretwork Personalized Notepad // Palmetto Palms Personalized Notepad // Bicycle Personalized Notepad

Monogrammed Elephant Personalized Notepad // Citrus Monogram Personalized Notepad // Ginger Jar Personalized Notepad

2017 Holiday Gift Guide--Personalized Stationery by ConfettiStyle

  Gift tags are perfect for tying onto birthday gifts, hostess gifts or a bottle of wine. All of the gift tags are printed only on one side and can be personalized to suit your needs. And many of the tags shown come in more than one color.  Gift Tags are available in quantities of 24 or 48.

Ginger Jar Monogram Gift Tags // Happiness Chinoiserie Personalized Gift Tags //Monogrammed Pagoda Personalized Gift Tags

Buffalo Check Monogram Personalized Gift Tags //Colorful Stripe Personalized Gift Tags //Floral Ikat Monogrammed Gift Tags

Don’t you just love all of these items? I sure do and have a couple of them on my own Christmas list. 

There are lots more items available from WH Hostess including party invitations, gift packing and holiday paper goods.  Head over to WH Hostess to shop their full collection of personalize products and party goods.

P.S. I’ll have another HolidayGift Guide to share with you next Tuesday and every Tuesday between now and Christmas! 

My Favorite Items From The Hearth & Home Collection with Magnolia

Happy Monday friends. I hope you had a good weekend. My weekend was busy but I did get to enjoy a bit of down time.  I also went to Target to see their newest collaboration with Chip and Joanna Gains of Fixer Upper fame.

The highly anticipated Hearth & Hand collection debuted online and in Target stores Sunday and design lovers like myself were quick to head to the store to see it in person.

Many of the Hearth & Hand items were designed with a farmhouse aesthetic but I was pleasantly surprised to find items that are versatile enough to work with other design styles.

The collection includes everyday decor, tabletop and kitchen items, plus Christmas decor.  There is also a super cute pajama collection that is sure to sell out fast.

After seeing the collection in person, I rounded up some of my favorite pieces to share with you today.


1 //  The brass Gather Napkin Rings are perfect for Thanksgiving and Christmas entertaining but are classic enough to use for year-round entertaining as well.  $2.99 each.

2 // This black flatware is definitely my favorite item in the entire collection.  I love the simple styling and matt black finish which give the flatware a classic, contemporary feel.  The 5 piece place setting is $19.99.

3 //  Have you noticed that cute spoon rest are hard to find?  I like that this one won’t take up much space on the stove or counter.  And its a great price too–$2.99.

4 //  How cute are these black and white striped pot holders?  This was another item on my  ‘buy’ list but just like the spoon rest, it was sold out. $5.99

5 //  I never knew I needed a kitchen scale until I spotted this one. I love the sleek design, black base and petite size which won’t clutter the kitchen counter. $14.99

6 //  If you’re looking for a light weight yet cozy throw blanket, this black and white one is a good option.  The green stitching along the edge is a nice design detail.  $29.99  tip:  it would be extra cute with some DIY pom poms or tassels on the corners.

7 //  It was the unique shape and gold finish that sold me on these placecard holders.  They’re perfect for a dinner table or I can see them being used as markers on a food buffet.  $3.99 ea.

8 // These glass and gold candle holders are really pretty in person.  A grouping of these would look great as part of a holiday centerpiece with candles or flowers. $16.99-$18.99

9 //  I thought long and hard about purchasing these green glass vases.  They are really substantial and the color is just beautiful.  They would look pretty during the holidays with evergreen branches and white flowers. $16.99-$29.99

10 //  All of the stockings in the Hearth & Hand collection were really cute but this one stood out to me.  The addition of the green tassel add just the right holiday accent.  $12.99

11 //  I loved the size and quality of this Christmas mailbox and think it would be a nice tabletop accent during the holidays. It is crafted of iron and is pretty heavy so keep that in mind if you have thoughts of hanging it.  $39.99

12 // This wide black and green plaid ribbon is my favorite ribbon in the Hearth & Hand collection.  The colors and plaid design make it the perfect ribbon for wrapping mens gifts this holiday. $8.99


So there you have it, my top picks from the Hearth & Hand collection.  I’d love to know if you did a little shopping this weekend at Target and which items are your favorite.  Leave me a comment and spill the beans.

Head here to shop the entire Hearth & Hand with Magnolia collection.

update: Just as I was hitting publish on this post, I checked stock status and all of my favorite items except 6, 10 and 12 are sold out online.


How I Develop My Christmas Theme {and my theme for 2017}

I suspect that I am not the average person when it comes to decorating for Christmas.  There are people who decorate the same way year after year because of tradition or they have their look down pat. And then there are people like me who like to change their decor every year which requires some thoughtful planning.

Before I tell you about my process for planning my Christmas decor, let me share one thing.  Changing my decor every year doesn’t mean that I go out and buy all new stuff.  It means that I decorate with items I already own but use them in a different way.

For instance, last year I combined solid colored ornaments with ribbons to create a simple and colorful Christmas tree.  The only new item I purchased for the tree was the ribbon.

plaid ribbon // red & green ribbon from Costco

In 2015 I used only my red ornaments, some handmade garland and framed photos to decorate the tree.  The only new items on this tree were some monogrammed ornaments I purchased at an after-Christmas sale.

harlequin ribbon // black and white ribbon

Planning my Christmas theme starts early every year.  It actually helps to flush out ideas for the coming year when I take down my decorations and store them away after Christmas.

Here are a few things I think about when developing my Christmas theme:

  1.  What will my color statement be?  I love traditional Christmas colors but I’m also a fan of non-traditional holiday decor.  It’s fun to mix classic colors like red and green with modern colors like royal blue or pink.
  2. What items do I already own?  I take stock of what I already own and use that to guide my decor plan and create a shopping list for of any new items I want to purchase.  Every year I buy a few new things like ornaments, ribbon or tabletop items like plates or linens.  When I’m purchasing ornaments, I like to buy solid colors because they give me the most flexibility year after year.
  3. What areas of my home will I be decorating?   I like to have a touch of Christmas in every room so  I think about each space and how I can add Christmas decor to make it festive.
  4. What impact statements do I want to make?  In addition to my tree, I want a few spots around the house to stand out.  It could be the fireplace, stairs or a special touch in the kitchen.  Identifying these statement areas helps me create my overall decorating plan.
  5. What will my gift wrapping look like?  I love wrapping gifts and always coordinate my gift wrap with my Christmas decor.  In some cases a special wrapping paper might even inspire my theme like it did last year.
  6. And finally, I think about how my decorating theme will work with the other decor in my house.  I want my Christmas decor to reflect the same style and spirit as my everyday decor.

Now that you know my process for developing my Christmas theme, here’s what I have planned for 2017.


Christmas 2017 is going to be bright and bold!


ConfettiStyle Christmas Decor Theme 2017

This year I’m using three of my favorite colors as the theme for my Christmas decor–red, hot pink and bright emerald green. The tree will be decorated with red and hot pink ornaments plus a few white and light pink pieces thrown into the mix.

ConfettiStyle Christmas Decor Theme 2017

I have some fun embellishments planned for the garland that will be draped along the stairs and fireplace.

And I’m keeping my gift wrap pretty simple this year with solid colored paper, satin ribbons and fun package toppers and tags.

And of course I’ll be creating a pretty holiday tablescape to share with you!

As we count down to Christmas, I have lots of holiday posts to share with you, including my first gift guide next week.

And don’t forget to mark your calendars for the 2017 Merry & Bright Holiday Home Tour.  Like last year, all of the participating bloggers will be sharing their holiday home tours over a 3 week period starting November 29th.



For more holiday decor inspiration, check out these holiday decor posts:

Merry & Bright Holiday Home–2016

Merry & Bright Holiday Home-2015

Seven Last Minute Christmas Decor Ideas

Christmas Decor 2012


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