Welcome to the My Home Style Blog Hop: Christmas Tree Edition hosted by Casa Watkins. I’m so excited to share my Christmas tree style with you. If you are heading over Domicile 37, welcome! Isn’t her style so fun?! If you are new to Elizabeth Joan Designs, welcome to you too. My name is Erin and I blog here with my sister, Emily, where we share all things DIY, decor, crafts, etc.
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I describe our home style as Neutral Modern Farmhouse and our Christmas tree definitely falls into the same category. I love to keep things simple with clean lines (like in this neutral black and white striped ribbon), but also have a comfortable and collected look. Kind of classic meets contemporary.
Quite a few of the pieces on our tree are handmade, like our Feather Christmas Ornaments…
And the Silhouette Ornaments with our kids on them.
I also used some pine cones from our parents house, which were spray painted and hung on the tree. If you don’t feel like taking the time to make your own, you can always snag some of these white painted pine cone embellishments/ornaments.
To finish off the tree, I added some mercury glass rain drop ornaments from West Elm (no longer available) and tulle/ribbon. The faux white sheepskin on the floor helps make everything feel more cozy. We are still looking for the perfect tree topper, so if you know of something that would work well with our Christmas tree style, let me know!
Thanks so much for stopping by to check out My Home Style Blog Hop: Christmas Tree Edition today! To see more, browse our project gallery or follow us on Instagram (Erin’s Instagram/Emily’s Instagram). Tomorrow starts another day of our hop, so make sure to start out by checking in with Roots North and South!
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