Metallic Inspired Holiday Decor

Holiday decor has always been somewhat of a challenge for me.  I have a hard time committing to holiday color themes because generally they tend to clash with the decor I already have in place.  I think this is why I always turn to metallic holiday decor.  There’s something about the sparkle and light in silver and gold decorations that makes the holiday season feel warm and cozy.  Over at the shop, we just added a ton of fantastic new lust-worthy metallic accents that will be perfect for holiday decor all the way through New Year’s!

First and foremost, I am absolutely in love with these antler candleholders!  They are so stylish that you can keep them out all year round, but there’s something cute and clever about using them as Christmas decorations…reindeer inspired style anyone?

These metallic embroidered pillows are perfect for adding a touch of holiday sparkle to your living room or bedroom!  They come in an assortment of patterns, including Greek Key, Nautical Knot, and Damask.  Pick the pattern that best fits your daily style so you can keep these beautiful things on display long after the holidays have passed.

Although a new clock may not exactly scream “holiday decor,” the metallic trim and classic style of this clock will add another layer of shine to your shimmering holiday style.

 

And last but not least, these beautiful branch votive holders will bring light and warmth to your holiday, with a little nature-inspired style.

And here’s a great example of how a neutral metallic style can still feel festive and cozy!

Halloween barely ended and I’m already excited for Christmas!  One can never be too prepared I guess 😉

See you soon!  Rachel


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Details are my passion. From curating vignettes to designing spaces. I thrive in finding the finds and just discovered the art of collecting...all while sipping on a cafe au lait & a french macaroon in hand.

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