December is here, meaning that if you celebrate Christmas and haven't already begun to deck the halls, it's time to get started! If your decorating style leans farmhouse or if you're simply looking to add some cozy touches to your space this season, we have plenty of suggestions for you. Take a look at the 15 spaces below and let us know which techniques you'll incorporate into your own home.
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Re-Style the Coffee Table
You can easily jazz up your coffee table and sofa in just a few simple steps with classic farmhouse decor that has a fun seasonal twist. Think plaid pillowcases, wooden accents, and chunky blankets. Hello, cozy!
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Decorate With Crates
Stack up some crates, or if you're feeling crafty, use them to construct a fun wooden command center for your front porch or back patio. Then, add loads of greenery and decorative accents. There you have it: your very own farm stand-inspired setup!
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Liven Up Your Bedding
There's no need to contain Christmas cheer solely to the main living spaces within your home. If you feel like adding some festive touches to your bedroom, by all means, go for it! This farmhouse style bedroom shows off seasonal flair in the form of a plaid bedding set and some other Christmas-themed throw pillows. Hanging a wreath above the bed brings the outside in and is bound to make the room smell great, too.
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Transform the Hutch
If you display your dishware on a classic, farmhouse style hutch, feel free to decorate that space, too. This shelf looks stunning with touches of greenery, and some battery powered candles create a romantic glow.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Cozy Up the Console Table
Your entryway is the first thing that you and all of your guests see when stepping foot into your home, so it deserves a little Christmas cheer, too. Spruce it up by using your usual farmhouse style pottery to hold evergreen branches. Keep decorative accents organic and simple—we love these wooden trees and shiny gold stars.
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Add Greenery to the Island
Whether you're hosting a holiday gathering or just want to make your kitchen feel a little more festive on the day to day, you can't go wrong by displaying greenery and berries on your island. Use wooden trays and ceramic vases to display your bounty farmhouse-style.
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Have Fun With Baskets
Woven baskets are a critical component of farmhouse style decor, so why not put them to work to hold seasonal accents come December? They would look lovely housing everything from pinecones to decorative signs like the ones above.
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Make Over Your Mantel
The mantel is a no-fail place to get creative when the holidays roll around. Keeping with the farmhouse aesthetic, this mantel features beautiful farm-themed wall signs, vintage-style books, brass bells, and other charming pieces.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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Now more than ever, people are majorly enjoying time spent on the front porch. Make yours feel ultra special for the season by going above and beyond with decor. Hang multiple wreaths and Edison-style string lights for the ultimate cozy feel.
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Add Cheer to the Kitchen
Doing the dishes isn't so awful when you have pretty accent pieces within sight. While you'll want to keep your kitchen countertops as functional as possible, small Christmas trees and wreaths can go a long way in bringing joy to your cooking and prep space.
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Display Favorite Pieces
Wooden crates make for an excellent spot to set up a little Christmas village in your own living room. You can also fill crates with other seasonal accents like mini trees or battery-powered candles.
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Try This Tree Topper
Looking to switch things up? Try this fun twist on the usual tree topper. It fits perfectly within a farmhouse style home and is bound to make a statement.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Jazz Up the Dining Room
Make your dining room a place where friends and family can gather merrily and enjoy the season. You don't need much to turn the space into a winter wonderland—cute accent pillows, a wreath, and candlesticks will easily do the trick!
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Those who prefer to keep things simple will want to take note of the design above, where an oversized star and reindeer look gorgeous on this otherwise simple mantel top.
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Incorporate Dried Florals
Dried florals will shine on your tabletop all season long. In December, opt for a red shade to invoke all the Christmas vibes and provide contrast to all of the greenery in your home.