I'm so excited to share them with you!
I kept our outdoor decorations simple, relying on boxwood garlands, wreaths and a pair of rounded boxwoods to imbue our front door with the holiday spirit.
A few sprigs of winterberry (from Trader Joe's) and simple ornaments livened up the $10 boxwood wreath (also from Trader Joe's) I have hanging on our front door.
But let's go inside, shall we?
I also sprung for the Christmas tree basket from Terrain that everyone and their uncle is obsessed with...yeah, I'm on the tree-in-a-basket bandwagon and I'm never getting off of it.
I found this floral metal candelabra at Folly 101 in Portland, Maine and will have a tough time packing it up when the holiday decorations come down in January.
White pine garlands beckon visitors from our foyer to our living room and onto our dining room.
(all via Meet Me in Philadelphia)
The natural touches, along with the silver and gold accents, make me love our house even more than ever. And it feels so special to celebrate the season for the first time in a place we love so much. I can't wait to show off our house to family and friends over the next few weeks!
Are your halls decked for the holidays? Do you change your holiday color palette from year-to-year like me? How did you commemorate the first year in your home?