10 Christmas Decorators We Love

10 Christmas Decorators We Love

Tomorrow is December! It’s hard to say whether December or October is my favorite month here in Virginia, but right now, I’m craving warm colors, pine everything everywhere, and some holiday cheer. The capital region is insane right now to say the least, but the holidays always seem to dampen the nuttiness down and bring people together. Lord knows we could use that right now.

We’ve started breaking out our Christmas decor at the Big Brick House, but we’re running into a similar problem we had with furnishing it: it’s a big house! And we have mantels for the first time. And plenty of room for trees. And windows. And…

You get the idea. We have no idea how to balance it all out. We don’t want to end up with everything crowded in one room because that’s how we used to have it, and I don’t want to buy a whole lot of stuff that we’ll have to store somewhere for the rest of the year. We’re looking for ideas on how to make the most of what we have.

Fortunately, there are a whole lot of designers and bloggers out there with some absolutely gorgeous ideas for Christmas. We’ve collected some of our favorite inspirations here, along with links so you can see their posts and follow along! If you see something you like, go give them some love. And let us know what ideas you have that might help us tackle our house without going full Clark Griswold!


 

10 Christmas Decorators We Love

somuchbetterwithage.com // Bloglovin

Jamie combines vintage French touches with loads of gorgeous raw materials, neutrals, and pops of color. Who wouldn’t want to spend a snowy evening curled up in this living room?

sandandsisal.com // Bloglovin

Kim’s beautiful coastal designs and DIYs have been inspiring me ever since I started working on houses {we used her tips for our board + batten, for one example}. Her Christmas decor is to die for. I’m looking forward to making these cranberry spritzers and trying my hand at this DIY wreath!

jenwoodhouse.com // Bloglovin

I’m in love with and in awe of Jen’s beautiful projects. Following her has inspired me to get a lot more hands-on with our tool heavy renovation projects. Her Christmas village mantel is just gorgeous!

waitingonmartha.com // Bloglovin

Mandy’s designs always gift you with something fanciful and unexpected, like this frosty and fun blue china tree she did last year that’s both warm and cool at the same time. Can’t wait for this year’s!

maisondepax.com // Bloglovin

Rachel shares beautiful, simple, and elegant farmhouse style and I’m loving what she’s done for Christmas this year. I love rose gold, and that blush flocked Christmas tree is a dream!

thesefourwallsblog.com // Bloglovin

Abi’s Scandinavian-inspired interior designs are amazing, but turns out her design aesthetic extends beautifully to wrapping! Who doesn’t love these brown paper packages tied up with string? I’m sorry if the song is in your head now, too.

inhonorofdesign.com // Bloglovin

Anna always has fresh, lovely ideas for decorating, and I love how she pairs neutrals and metallic elements, and adds a few splashes of white without being overwhelming.

blahnikbaker.com // Bloglovin

Okay, maybe she didn’t intend for it to be a decoration, but if I made desserts as beautifully as Zainab does, I’d show them off as part of my decor. Doesn’t this cranberry star bread look amazing?

bowerpowerblog.com // Bloglovin

Katie’s farmhouse inspired designs and DIYs are fun, bright, and full of color! I absolutely love the flocked wreaths she shared – all kinds of frosty, even though they won’t see snow in Georgia!

myscandinavianhome.com // Bloglovin

Last, but not least, if all the holiday excess stresses you out and you want a celebration of the simple, natural, and clean, check out Niki’s collection of beautiful and cozy Scandinavian winter ideas!


Did any of these designers spark some ideas for you? Are there any other places we should look for inspiration? We’d love to hear what you think!

Happy decorating!

  • That cranberry star bread looks like magic!

    • It’s a work of art! Zainab works magic. I wish I could bake half as well.