Today, I am sharing a roundup of my favorite Boho Christmas decor along with some holiday decorating inspiration. For your shopping convenience, I have included affiliate links at the bottom of this post.
Ready or not, holiday madness is looming upon us!
If you have been following along with my blog long enough, you may have noticed that when it comes to Christmas decorating, I am typically a scrooge.
Actually…in previous years, I have been very vocal about the fact that I am team “wait until after Turkey day” to trim the damn tree.
Well…that all changed a few weeks ago when I laid eyes on this boho- meets- glam inspired holiday collection from CB2…
Mixing earthy elements like onyx stone and pampas stems (typically associated with an eclectic boho vibe) with more traditional and “blingy” pieces, really inspired me to reimagine my holiday decorating strategy.
Whether I like to admit it or not, I believe I have been in a bit of a seasonal decorating rut. Tired of seeing the same shi*t in every influencer’s Instagram feed ad nauseum, my soul was craving something new and uncharted.
Traditionally considered a mere vase filler, I love how pampas is having a major moment this year. Not only are these stems a staple of boho styling, they can be fashioned into wreaths, garland and even Christmas trees!
I was actually so inspired by the minimal chic tree pictured above, that I decided to order a flocked version (which will be included in my round-up at the bottom of this post) . Once it arrives this week, I plan on putting my own spin on this look, but it will definitely include pampas.
Not only am I planning to acquire Pampas stems for my Christmas tree, I am seriously considering ditching all of my evergreen wreaths and garland for the Pampas variety included in this collection (and linked below).
I love how the warm white of the pampas pieces emit the aura of a snowy, winter wonderland without coming off as icy cold.
For those of you planning to stick with the more rustic, evergreen vibe, McGee & Co.’s collection is a beautiful example of how to pull off the modernized rustic-glam look.
To juxtapose all of the shiny, metallic accents, earth tones and organic textures ground the decor scheme (like in the mantel pictured above).
Instead of kitschy Holiday textile selections, the McGee &Co collection embraces traditional Christmas colors in an elevated sense- using only muted iterations (think mulled-wine reds and pine greens).
The balanced mix of earthy modern and feminine glam keep the space from feeling too frou frou or sterile, while also adding depth and interest.
So… now that I have blabbed on and on about my recent musings, let’s get to business!
Below is my holiday decor curation..
Shop Boho Christmas Decor:
If you haven’t noticed by now, my take on the “boho” trend is relatively neutral and minimalistic. Nonetheless, if color and more eclecticism is your vibe, the selections below are still great holiday staples- a primary layer if you will.
To shop, be sure to click on the affiliate links below…
Thank you so much for stopping by this week! If all works out as planned, I should be returning the following week to show you my Christmas tree.
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Now get out there and design some good vibes along with a fabulous life!