While I started my holiday decorating around Thanksgiving, it wasn’t until the other day that I fully finished decorating my home’s main focal areas. With several areas to share, I thought I’d do a mini-series on how I decorated each area for the holidays. Today on the blog, I’ll be sharing ideas on “Glam Holiday Console Table Styling:”
Before I begin the tour, regular readers of Beauteeful Living will notice a big change in the appearance of my console table (the one I’m always decorating for the holidays). Yes my friends, I’ve repainted another piece of furniture in my home! I’ll share a full tutorial next month. Pinky promise …
Starting from the top of our console area, you’ll notice this flocked Christmas wreath. I’m such a fan of the flocked look. It’s everywhere in stores and unfortunately, the flocked materials will also end up everywhere in your home. The look is worth it though. This wreath pictured was purchased recently at (would you believe) BJ’s Wholesale Club! On sale for $19.99. How could I refuse? 🙂
One of my favorite parts of my holiday console table happen to feature my collection of white/silver/gold-themed nutcrackers. For fear of becoming a holiday decor hoarder, I vow to stop my collection at six. I have 4 so far so 2 more and I’m done! 🙂
The miniature sized nutcrackers are simply the cutest.
My favorite nutcracker happens to be this handsome fella with the white furry hat. He looks so regal, don’t you think? 😀
What’s a display without the season’s “IT” decor. Yes, I’m referring to mini holiday bushes. I have mine strung with twinkling LED lights and a miniature beaded garland.
You know all about my obsession with wooden signs. No console table is complete without a few of them!
How hilarious is this “Dear Santa, Is It Too Late To Be Good” sign? 🙂
Recently, I added this sweet “Furry Christmas” wooden sign.
I love images of red classic pickup trucks, carrying Christmas trees. Just screams “holiday season” to me even though I’m not one to trek out in the cold to chop my very own Christmas tree. Well, maybe one day … 😉
Here’s another decor item featuring a red pick up truck. I love the retro Airstream-looking trailor in this display!
Another one of my recent purchases happens to be this Prelit Pom Pom garland (available at Michael’s). I was looking for a Pom Pom garland to complete my holiday console table when I stumbled upon this version with the LED twinkle lights. It was fate!
Here’s the whole look of our Glam Holiday Console Table:
This time of year, the evening hours are my absolute favorite time of day because our holiday lights are on! Here’s a night time view of our holiday console table:
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Next up on my holiday decorating mini-series would be my little corner office! Stay tuned. Have a comment or question about today’s post? Please comment below.
Hi, Tee! Your console table looks beautiful! I’ve never seen lighted pom pom garlands before! Fun!
Love everything, especially the frosted looking wreath. I love wooden signs too!
I really love that garland. Never seen one with lights attached. The light up Joy letters are great!
Thanks, Beth! I love things that light up so I had to get that garland. The “Joy” letters were bought 3 years ago and I’ve been using them every holiday season since!