Hello there friends! You all know my favorite new console table from Facebook Marketplace. It has become the “love” piece in my home. I talk about this idea in my Home Experience course and membership group about truly nailing down the pieces in your home that you love and just speak to your style. Well this console table will be one I am pretty sure I will cherish forever. Not too many pieces you can say that about but this one is a keeper! I have loved the process of taking my time to style it and I will say for the most part it has stayed the same with some staple piece, since getting it a few months. I shared how I styled it for Halloween and now I get the chance to style it for Christmas! It’s been so fun and I had such a vision for this little console vignette from the second I started thinking about Christmas.
I am loving the idea of styling with every day decorative pieces mixed with a little Christmas. I’ll be sharing my bookcase styling next and I did the same there. I shared all about simple Christmas shelf styling last week on the blog and I am sticking to many of the simple rules I shared there.
The portrait and bust stayed as is and just an addition of a Christmas tree in a vintage brass pot, a simple faux garland, some vintage Christmas ornaments, and tinsel! If you remember last year I added some tinsel to my main tree, but decided this year to go a little simpler with the tinsel and just decorate this small 3 ft tree.
There’s nothing more understated then adding a stocking to a drawer or knob. Especially with the extra stocking you choose not to hang on your mantel this year. The red knit stocking gave this piece just that bit of pop of red without having to commit to an all out red color scheme.
I just love the simple touches of vintage here too! It brings that whole vintage vibe together. The brass pot was a flea market score, the brass horn I ordered from an online antique dealer last year, the tree topper a favorite etsy find this year, and a few vintage ornaments from the flea market.
Of course the best way to pull off simple is to add some greenery to a bowl or draped across some artwork. I’ll be adding some real greenery within the next few weeks throughout the house, but faux greenery works too, just always look for simple to keep for a more “authentic” look.
Lastly add some candles and you got yourself a perfectly styled Christmas console table.
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