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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Farmhouse Christmas

From calming patterns to distressed finishes, Farmhouse Christmas décor is all about creating a cozy haven for the holidays. Follow these steps to incorporate the look into your home this Christmas season!

1. Hand-Poured Candles (& Candy-Striped Bows)

Give 'vintage' a jolly twist by tying bright festive ribbons around a distressed iron candleholder.
Tip: Balance out a colorful seasonal garland with cool Farmhouse accessories – like an aluminum milk jug!
farmhouse candle holders

2. Now Serving: Christmas Morning Cheer

There's nothing to warm the soul quite like a Farmhouse-fresh cup of joe.
Tip: To keep 'breakfast in bed' charming and spill-free, opt for a tray with heavy-duty materials and a solid construction, like the wood-and-metal one pictured here.
farmhouse tray

3. Cotton Rope + Wood = Homespun 'Cozy Chic'

Your days will be merry and bright when you wake up to cozy Farmhouse style.
Tip: Give your bedroom style vintage character with a pair of rope-and-wood stools.

4. All I Want For (Farmhouse) Christmas Is...

...a good book, a cup of hot apple cider and rustic chic décor.
Tip: Remember: nothing spells classic Farmhouse quite like distressed wood designs and metal hardware.

5. And to All a Good Night!

With the sweet, soothing charm of a Farmhouse-inspired bedroom, you'll be sure to see visions of dancing sugarplums as soon as your head hits the pillow.
Tip: For a fresher, calmer holiday feel, pass up the traditional red-and-green palette for toned down neutrals – and incorporate pops of Christmas color through decorative pillows.
farmhouse bed
Good old-fashioned comfort is all in the details. From the vintage panel bed to the charming cottage stools, the details of this Farmhouse Christmas bedroom prove that it's never too early to get in the holiday spirit.
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