Do you feel like you need a secluded little hideaway to escape to when the holiday season reaches its frenzied peak? Mountain Christmas decor is all about coziness and relaxation—with a few rustic touches added to your home, you’ll be ready to snuggle under your plushest blanket and let those holiday stresses melt away as you sip cocoa in front of a crackling fire (real or virtual).
Take a look at how we brought some mountain-inspired magic to this living room. Click here to view most of the seasonal and rustic decor we used.
We adorned the window and wall on either side of the fireplace with lodge-themed tier curtains, a lighted canvas depicting a vintage holiday scene, and a faux wood display ledge.
We warmed up the bare floor with a rustic area rug bordered in pine cones and plaid, then placed an accent chair topped with a throw pillow nearby.
We placed wilderness Santas on the floor and dangled snowmen Christmas stockings from the mantel. We opted for seasonal decor in earthy, muted tones rather than bright reds or glittery golds.
We gave some nature flavor to the area above the fireplace with a pair of decorative 24”H trees covered in pine cones and a pre-lit, frosted faux greenery wreath.
Is your holiday decor looking a little humdrum this year? Let poinsettia accents flourish anywhere your home needs a decorative boost! With their saturated, showy red bracts, poinsettias are just the thing to perk up a floor, furnishing, or window. Decorating with poinsettia accents allows you to bring a cohesive element to your room while still giving you the flexibility to mix and match a variety of items.
For this holiday living room, we started with five larger pieces that would set the stage for all kinds of accessories to be added afterward. We used the following:
a full, coordinating window treatment (curtains with tiebacks and a matching valance)
a tall, flat-back tree that could be pushed close to the wall (decorated with faux poinsettias, of course)
a grand wall mirror set (central mirror and two grille-style sides)
a decorative stained glass fireplace screen
a statement rug (a poinsettia runner with shaped edges)
From here, we simply embellished the room with smaller poinsettia accents or glimmering accessories:
two different holiday throw pillows nestled together on a loveseat
a trio of glittering red wire tree accents grouped on the floor
a ribbon-and-greenery garland placed across the mantel
a pre-lit poinsettia wreath hung over the fireplace
an angel topper with poinsettias displayed atop the tree
To recreate the look, click here to view the holiday decor that we used!