Home for the Holidays (Part 1)

I wanted to give you a sneak peek into my vintage holiday decor. It’s fun, it’s kitschy, and most of it is less than traditional which is how I like it. From my mini tree to my ever expanding Blue Christmas theme, this is part one. Stay tuned for part 2!

This vintage felt banner is amazing! The lime green and fuschia colors are a nice twist on traditional red and green. Plus the hand sewn quality and beaded sequints letters are amazing!

 

What can I say, I love a Blue Christmas! My breakfast nook takes on a little holiday sparkle with the lights around the window and the fantastic vintage silver wreath I picked up this past year. I attached some blue vintage bells to it, the giant blue striped ornament is cozy in the boomerang pottery piece, and the silver reindeer happily march along the windowsill! Buddha comes in from the freezing winter garden and hangs out in one corner while in the other, a fantastic gray and white mid century booster chair is ready for the arrival of any little holiday visitors!

Every year I get one of these little live mini trees. Just enough for the festive feeling. This year the kitchen cart I picked up comes in supremely handy for displaying the tree and keeping the presents neat and tidy! Decorated in green and blue ornaments, plus some beaded snowflakes my mom made, and of course the addition of some vintage holiday goodness it has just enough sparkle! And my rare vintage Rushton pink Santa hangs out below.