Blush and Copper Christmas Tree

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Yay! We made it through Monday.

We’re here once again bringing you what we hope will be some Christmas inspiration via the Farmhouse Holiday series; one of my favorite series by far. Today we’re sharing Christmas ideas in our living rooms.

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This year, I decided to continue to use rosegold and pinks like I had here.  If I’m being honest, I have mixed emotions towards the palette as there are days when I love it, but I also miss my usual reds from last year and feel like starting over.

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It happens each year and is undoubtedly influenced by all of the beautiful tree images you see out there. Does that ever happen to you?

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As you can see, there are a couple of changes in this room, like this gorgeous chair from Wayfair Canada.

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I think it’s so beautiful. I’m not sure it will stay here after Christmas as they are a little small for this space, but for now, I think they look great here.

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I shared this photo yesterday as I moved our old mirror to our family room.

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Three weeks ago, I visited my best friend Rachel for her birthday and we took a little trip to West Elm where I got these pretty little pink peacocks. Aren’t they precious?

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I also moved our white table to the family and replaced it with this pretty table, also from Wayfair Canada.

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Here’s a closer look at the legs? We’ve never had a round coffee table before so I’m still  getting used to it and learning how to style it.

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This pretty blush paper is from Target and the other one from Homesense.

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And there you go….our living room for the holidays. I hope you found some ideas and inspiration. Please don’t forget to visit my talented friends below for even more beautiful Christmas decor.

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Comments

  1. says

    How perfect!!! I will have to go get more boas and more ice-sickles to go on the tree this year. I love this color pallet. Thank you for the inspiration, and HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!
    Hugs,
    Carolina Elizabeth
    carolinaelizabeth-art.blogspot.com

  2. says

    This tree is beautiful but I have to say I JUST LOVED LAST YEARS, I AM GOING TO BE DOING MY FIREPLACE ON THE SAME ORDER AS THAT ONE, RED AND WHITE, WITH BIRCH LOGS, AND PLAID PLAID PLAID…..LOVE RED PLAID. CANT WAIT TO SEE THE REST OF THE HOUSE, THANKS

    ELAINE

  3. J. Neal says

    Nice to see copper used with such warm sophistication. You put together another feast for the eyes… a mix of inviting textures with the wood, faux fur, feather, and fabric… and a relaxing palette of whites, dove grays, and touches of blush pink… with the reflective copper as the keynote. Oh, as long as I’m already posting, I’ve been meaning to ask you three things. (1) The first question is about your blush pink pillow with the ball fringe. I’ve noticed the pillow in use in some of your room shots before, and went hunting for a pillow like it, but didn’t find one. Where’d you get that pillow? Or did you make it yourself? (2) I’m also curious about how you organize and keep the decorative paraphernalia you’ve accumulated. You must have a system and a storage area for what you do decide to keep after a seasonal use (that is, for items that you don’t re-purpose right away elsewhere in your home or return to their regular use in other rooms of your house). (3) For items that you don’t think you wish to keep (for space or other reasons) or must return to a supplier, do you end up having a yard sale with them? …put them on eBay or Etsy? …donate them to Habitat for Humanity or another good cause? Just wondering. Oh, I might as well add a fourth question, now that it comes to mind… (3) Spill it, girl… where’d you find that wrapping paper? Don’t tease with such gorgeous imagery and then only let out a secret or two. Maybe consider a link to a page listing all the sources for available items newly employed in a styling shot? Anyway, thanks for listening, and thanks for all the inspiration.

  4. lyn stewart says

    Such an inspirational blog: elegant taste in decor, color & textures. And,… i always smile when you include a very relaxed and content dog photo!

  5. says

    The tree is stunning! All the decor is so elegant and offers such a sense of peace and calm. I don’t know how you come up with so many creative ideas ~ :) Thank you for sharing that precious dog too! You know, each year that I vary the tree and decor colors and trim, I’m always, always tempted to change everything and go back to my beloved red, green, gold & silver! :)

    I love this combo so much!
    xo
    Pat

  6. Sylvia Pelekane says

    It has been 5 years since I’ve converted to a white tree. After years of themes (47 years)…I decided to give my kids their favorites and keep only the Lenox ornaments. Accent colors change slso….but these feather dusters are a MUST HAVE!
    Thanks for sharing!!

  7. Brittni says

    Where are all of the tree decorations from? Is it possible to buy everything on your tree? Meaning are the items still being sold somewhere?

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