Instead of creating another gift guide– I decided to go ahead and share some of my personal favorite decor items from my home! Maybe you will find something to put on YOUR wish list or spend your Christmas money on!
This is my favorite lamp! I have two of these lamps that anchor each side of my 100 year old piano. I love hobnail milk glass, so these lamps definitely speak my decor love language. This lamp is from Target, and I’ll be honest–it’s almost ALWAYS out of stock! I know this because I bought one over a year ago…and then decided I needed another one this summer and had to stalk Target’s website everyday to see if it was available. I had almost given up hope, but finally got lucky!
My amazing scroll is another favorite of mine and was custom made by the talented Ali @mustardseedbeginnings . Something about the song, specifically the bridge, “No Longer Slaves” ( listen here ) always brings chills to my soul. I just NEEDED it posted in my house.
2. Soap Jars
TjMaxx and HomeGoods are my favorite places for finding cute soap jars! I have them in my kitchen and bathrooms. I love the bold graphics on these particular ones. They work with several different decor styles, too! These would also make great housewarming/ party hosts gifts!
You may have seen that these types of boards are becoming especially popular in home decor. I’ve wanted an authentic Letterfolk board for over a year and my sweet hubby got me one for my birthday. Why an authentic one? Letterfolk is a husband-wife run company, whom I have loved following along with on their journey over the last few years. It’s so special to purchase products from REAL people you admire who are working to build their business while providing for their family. Their boards are wildly popular and can even be seen on episodes of Fixer Upper! Check out their instagram ( @Letterfolk ) for some awesomely- clever ways people have used their boards.
If you are looking for a new chandelier (that won’t break the bank!!), take a look at this one! We recently switched out an old fixture for it in our kitchen nook and absolutely love it. It’s amazing how simply changing a light fixture can transform a space! We love the simple-airy-ness of this chandelier!
These are the curtains we have in our living room/kitchen nook. Because our space is open-concept, I like have the same curtains across a line of sight. These have a great weight to them but aren’t bulky! Florals, Stripes, Plaids– basically neutrals in my book! 🙂
5. French Rod
Speaking of drapes — I LOVE french rods! We have these to hold up our floral drapes in our living spaces! French rods are classic and won’t go out of style!
If you’ve been following me, you KNOW my love for buffalo check! Well, these napkins are a great buy! We’ve been trying to use more cloth napkins instead of paper products, and having cute linens definitely help!
This pillow cover was a great Amazon find! I’m a big fan of neutral decor—you know, white on white on white kind of thing. And the best way to achieve that is by using different textures. So, this crocheted surface works perfectly.
This blanket is less than $12 and super comfy! My son has declared it HIS couch blanket! When you have small children, it’s wise not to invest too much money into softies like these..because you know it’s bound to get messed up! So even though it may be cheap it doesn’t go against our design style. I love the bold pattern is adds to our living room.
I know…here she goes again with the buffalo check plaid. #SorryNotSorry 🙂 I won’t spend to much time here because you all know my thoughts. Basically: Have it. Like it. Love It. Want some more of it.
This is my favorite garland to use! I use it for everything. If you scroll back up you can even see where I draped it over my kitchen pegboard. It’s a great weight and even though it’s faux greenery, it still looks beautiful!
Well, there you have it! These are just 10 of my favorite decor items. If you are interested in this sort of thing, would you please leave me a note and let me know? I’ve got plenty of other items I would love to share with you. As always, thanks for reading!