Happy Tuesday! I can hardly believe it is 20 sleeps until Christmas. Once December hit, it seems that this holiday season has totally accelerated. We are starting to check things off of our Christmas tradition list. I’ll share some of our favorite activities later in the week. Today, I’m back for one of my favorite posts of the month, Amazon Favorites! As usual, I link up with Tanya at The Other Side of the Road. I am sharing some of my favorite Amazon Christmas Decor finds.
Last week I linked up with some home decor bloggers to share our houses decked out for the holidays. In that post, I mentioned that I try not to buy Christmas specific decor but instead look for decor items that I can use throughout the year. Of course, I still love a few cute Christmas things, but I don’t go overboard. I found some fun decor items on Amazon that could mostly be used throughout the year. With just a few changes, these are things that you could keep in your home all year long.
1. Galvanized Greenery Buckets
This is a great deal on galvanized buckets. I actually have one of these buckets that I got a few years ago from Homegoods. I use the bucket throughout the season. If the wording doesn’t match the season, you can just turn it around for the plain side. I just shared how I styled one of these buckets on my porch over on Instagram. In the summer, I have filled one of these buckets with driftwood. These are great to display on a front porch.
How pretty would these jars be at Christmas filled with red flowers? I have one of these in our entryway and I swap out different flowers and branches based on the seasons. These jars would look SO PRETTY filled with twinkly fairy lights!
You know how much I love buffalo check. I normally pick black and white check but I really love these red and white ones. These pillows could easily be used for Valentines decor and in the summer too!
4. Rae Dunn Inspired Ornaments
I love these Rae Dunn inspired ornaments! These Christmas sentiments are words that can be applied all year long. I have a few similar ornaments that I put around the house that say “peace” and I keep them displayed past Christmas.
5. Distressed White Tiered Tray
Tiered trays are so much fun to style. They are most definitely a decor staple that you can use all year long. I move the couple trays that I have around the house throughout the seasons. This would be a great tray to set up a hot cocoa station or to display some of your favorite Christmas collections. Right now, we have a small snowmen collection on one of our tiered trays.
I love pine cones for filling up lanterns or trays! Keep these pine cones displayed all winter long. My little guy likes collecting pine cones (and acorns and sticks…you get the idea), but I like that these are preserved for you. No worry about little bugs in your pine cones!
Display your Christmas cards on this large wire frame. You could even add some twinkly lights to make it really pretty. After Christmas, keep this frame out and display family photos.
8. Mini Preserved Boxwood Wreath
This is an actual live wreath. But fortunately boxwoods require very minimal care. I just use a spray bottle to water mine once or twice a month. I display my wreath all year long . Sometimes, for a different look, I swap out the ribbon that it hangs from.
Blankets make a home feel cozy especially in the winter. I love pops of red, but a gray or ivory blanket is good if you want something more neutral This one looks especially warm and cozy.
Lastly, these light up branches are so pretty. These LED lights would add a festive glow to holiday decor. Yet you can certainly keep them out throughout year displayed in a vase or lantern.
That wraps up my December Amazon Favorites! I love finding home decor deals on Amazon. I’d love to hear what you have found lately on Amazon.
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