Our Christmas Decor

Grandmillennial style Christmas tree phoenix home and garden blogger

I almost forgot to share my Christmas decor with you! It’s primarily the garden room and I took these a few weeks ago. I like to take photos of my decor so I remember what I did the year before to change it up. I rarely want to replicate it but it’s OK if I do!

This year I used a lighter ribbon by D. Steven’s who makes the BEST ribbons. I figured with the new curtains it brought more airiness to the space and I wanted to make the tree feel lighter.

Can you see it? I should have put the TV on to something pretty but sometimes I just can’t think of all the details ;) I bought a rod for the tree that will helpfully lift the tree a bit higher I don’t know if it will fit but it should looking at it. It was only $7 so it was worth the chance!

Our tree is only 8 feet I think? It isn’t too large it’s fairly skinny and I like that it fits in this space. Sure I could use more ornament real estate but I think it’s good enough! I also don’t want to create waste and I love the tree except a few broken lights I’ll get around to cutting out (or at least cutting some).

My Wedgwood ornaments have already expanded by 4 this season! I love when I tell my friends I have started collecting something and they all go in on it and help me with my collection because before I know it, just a year in my collection is complete haha! That’s the way to do it!

I really think this tree version is my favorite and I might redo it again next year. I like how the red and green go with the blue and ivory.

Next year I need to buy some faux garland since this year I did a real one and it was terribly messy. I paid $5 a foot which is pretty steep and I was like yikes but I wanted it in time for my ornament party. Next year now I know I will have to order some and that’s ok! I just wonder where all this is going to go in storage… that will have to happen much later to figure out probably when I have some down time.

I am now going to watch some YouTube home holiday tours because they are so fun to watch right now! Bye! 

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive thrift shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next creative themed party. She continues to blog weekly.


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