Plaid Christmas decor is so pretty with plaid presents, ornaments and blanket inspiration.
This neutral loving girl is branching out with her Christmas decor this year and adding plaid! I loved adding these plaid elements to my tree, mantel and gift wrap gaining a lot of inspiration from beautiful plaid throw blankets.
Today I’m taking part in a Styled + Set holiday entertaining tour hosted by Lory of Designthusiasm.
If you are coming here from Dimples and Tangles, welcome! Be sure to visit all the other tours at the end of this post.
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If you’ve been following me on my Instagram stories, you might have seen how I’ve been giving this old settee a makeover. It was so tattered and old but I knew it would look amazing next to the tree this year.
And adding green velvet fabric makes it so luxurious.
I like to challenge myself each year to stick to my same Christmas ornaments and general decor but to change it up a bit. By using my same ornaments but just adding some plaid ribbon, a few plaid ornaments (I’ll be showing you how I made them tomorrow!) and adding some plaid throws and plaid wrapped gifts, it’s changed the whole look from last year.
I love these battery operated candle lights. There are no wires as each light needs one battery and they go on by remote. They can be clipped anywhere and they even flicker!
These new plaid ornaments I recently made. You can find the tutorial here.
I also love using our Tree Mote to turn the pre-lit Christmas tree lights on too!
- I bought the large wheeled basket from French Garden House
- knitted tree garland (such a great price! I bought 4 to fill my 7 foot tree)
- reversible plaid gift wrap
- battery operated candle lights
- DIY plaid ornaments
- Tree Mote (remote plug-in to turn on and off Christmas lights!)
- DIY European looking stockings
- cow bells on mantel
- plaid blanket scarf
I hope you enjoyed my plaid Christmas decor in the living room.
Head over to Jennifer at Town and Country Living to continue the tour.
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