I’m so glad you’re here today because I have a lot to share. My Simple Christmas Entry Decor and links to incredible Christmas inspiration from my bHome friends. First up is my entry. Even though it’s a very small space, I have managed to add a touch of Christmas to each corner.
Last year, as a present to myself, I bought two preserved boxwood garlands for my stairway. I cannot tell you how much I love this stuff. It is so pretty and the color is amazingly vibrant. If properly stored, it should last for years. I invested in another garland this year for my dining room. You’ll see that hopefully next week.
A few months ago, while I was working on my eBay guides, I happened on a listing for a vintage red enamelware pitcher. It was love at first sight and I had to have it…after that, I was on the hunt for more. It took some patience but I was able to snag two more pieces. They are perfect for the three bottom stairs. (You can see HERE what I did last year.) One of the things I have learned about collecting vintage items is that it takes time if you are looking for a particular thing…especially if you are on a budget. When I am looking for something, I check eBay a couple of times a week and eventually I find it. I used a preserved boxwood ball in the middle pitcher to tie in with the stairway garland. Simple but festive.
I made the grainsack Christmas trees in the image below a few years ago and I still love them as much now as I did then. To finish this little corner of the entry, I added a Christmas pillow…which just happens to have a red enamelware pot on it!