Starting with the tree... I used red, silver, and gold this year, with some bits of red geomesh and gold and silver willow stuck in random places. I didn't do a topper this year and I really kinda like it without one...
The mantel was kept pretty simple since we have the TV above it. I ordered matching stockings from Pottery Barn. They have the best selection and the quality is really nice.
I kept the coffee table simple this year to and I love it! Sometimes the simplest things are the best. I found this bowl in the clearance section at TJ Maxx for $7 and I spray painted it brushed nickel. Some red berry sprigs, a little greenery, and a candle and centerpiece is done!
I put mostly gold in the dining room since I had a lot of gold berries and needed somewhere to put them!
The candle holder were a dollar store craft, each one cost $2 to make and I made them a while back when the idea was floating around blogland...
Sprigs of greenery on sale at Michaels, dollar store balls, TJ Maxx placemats, WalMart chargers, and Christmas plates from my mom... Sorry for some of the blurry pictures!
I found this sign for $20 and I thought it was a splurge but I love it!
Next year we will probably get a tree for the foyer but this year I didn't want to have to buy any new decorations so the hutch got a Christmas makeover. The tree on the landing was given to me by my mother-in-law a long time ago - back when Martha Stewart had her line at K-Mart. Martha, please come back to K-Mart!
My nativity set...
Another little table vignette. Those pictures above are $4 Wal-Mart frames with pictures I printed out from Vintage Printable. I love that site! They aren't part of the Christmas decorations but I thought I'd share!
And the kitchen. I finally made some roman shades for the windows using mini blinds and two shower curtains from Wal-Mart. The fabric is the perfect robin's egg blue to match the chairs in my living room...
Some berry sprigs and more of those dollar store hurricane vases, a few jars filled with balls and one with cookies, and of course you have to decorate around the beloved Keurig machine!
That's the inside of my house this Christmas! I have had a ball decorating and next year I am going to have a tree for my son and hopefully one in the foyer, but for this year, simple works for us!
Have a very Merry Christmas!
Linking up to The Nester's Tour of Homes!