The holidays will be here before we know it! I wanted to share my decor ahead of time to allow you all time to gain inspiration before you start decorating. A few months ago, we decided to renovate our front porch, so I was excited to decorate this space for the holidays first. This year, you will notice a lot of woods and whites in the decor I chose. I wanted to go for a modern cottage vibe. A lot of the decor came from World Market since I partnered with them for the holidays. I was so excited when this opportunity was presented to me. It was a natural fit since I love and own so many World Market furniture and decor items already. With that being said, I also found that the holiday decor at World Market was very versatile and would fit beautifully in a variety of home styles. As you will see, there is a perfect blend of traditional style pieces and fun whimsical pieces that captured the joy of the holidays. Below, I will go through all the different decor items in this space.
Front Door: I kept it simple with these two pine wreaths with red berries (linked HERE). I loved adding the pop of red and the traditional feel that came from these wreaths.
Foyer Table: I love this table from World Market (linked HERE)! I actually have owned this table for a few years now. It is definitely a popular piece that you will see all over Instagram and Pinterest (I actually just bought a second one not long ago because I loved it so much). This foyer table is really fun to style, it has hidden drawers, and works beautifully as an entryway piece, behind your sofa, or along any wall. I decided to use it outside on my front porch to allow me to display some of my decor. I added some light-up birch trees (linked HERE) with wooden ornaments (linked HERE), light-up ceramic trees (linked HERE), woven baskets (linked HERE), and small wooden light-up village houses (linked HERE). Beside the table, I added a couple of gold planters (linked HERE) with faux poinsettias for a pop of color which complimented the space wonderfully! I also hung some wood garland (linked HERE) to the planters to add a little whimsy. To take it a step further, I added this ‘Tis the Season sign to the mix (linked HERE).
Daybed: I decided it would be fun to bring my daybed on my porch to add a cozy feel to the space. This daybed is from World Market (linked HERE). This is one of my favorite purchases. The kids use this daybed all the time to read or while they are using the iPad. I just put an Amazon mattress (linked HERE) on it with my favorite Peach Skin Sheets (linked HERE). I change the pillows out depending on the season/holiday, and the snowball pillows (linked HERE) were the perfect cozy addition to the holiday decor in this space.
Coffee Table: This coffee table was a lucky antique store find! It works great with this daybed and fits perfectly on our front porch. The legs are my favorite! On the table, I added flameless candles (linked HERE), wooden trees from Queen of Hearts Antiques, and wooden star garland (linked HERE). Lastly, I added my favorite jute rug (linked HERE), and my cozy white fur rug (linked HERE). I love how all of these pieces came together to create a simple yet elegant feel.
I hope this was helpful, and you were able to gain some inspiration for the holiday season from this blog post. Below is a list of all of my previous renovation blog posts if you are interested in seeing more of our home! Thank y’all so much for taking the time to read through my blog and shop through my links. It means so much to me, and when you shop through my links, I get a small commission with no extra cost to you! Don’t forget to check out my living room holiday decor blog post as well! Happy Holidays, my friends!
Slice of Paradise: Home Renovation Journey
Slice of Paradise: Kitchen Renovation
Slice of Paradise: Dining Room Renovation
Slice of Paradise: Living Room Renovation
Slice of Paradise: Sitting Room
Slice of Paradise: Front Entryway Renovation
Slice of Paradise: Office Space
Slice of Paradise: The Breakfast Room
Master Bathroom Reno Sneak Peek
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