It's the most wonderful time of the year for decorating. A sprig of garland over a mantel, a fresh pine wreath on the door, and evergreen trees of multiple sizes all add a certain magic to homes in December.
Seeing your spaces on Instagram always inspires us and this time of year is no different. Here are a few of our favorite seasonal spaces that fill us with enough good tidings to make it to the new year.
Photo by Sara Tramp
If your entry is the first impression of your home for guests, this one has us feeling great about what's to come after entering through these doors. Designer Emily Henderson puts her signature "accessible chic" styling to work here, using just the right amount of seasonal decor to make guests feel at home for the holidays.
Photo by Emilia Jane
Just because you're in a small space doesn't mean you can't embrace holiday decor. This sweet breakfast nook in Danielle Moss' former Chicago apartment shows that you don't need a lot of square footage to get seasonal.
Photo by The Upstate House
Something about velvet makes any situation more cozy. Our Monrowe sofa in green velvet looks even more inviting with a festive wreath hanging above. Now all you need here is a mug of hot chocolate and some marshmallows.
Photo by Chris Loves Julia
No mantel, no problem. We love how Chris Loves Julia uses festive hooks to hang their fabric stockings from the bookcase. Our hand-knotted Langdon rug provides a plush landing for the family to gather around the tree.
Photo by Aimee Mazzenga
The high shine of our Haleigh dome pendant in brass rivals any ornament out there. We especially love it in Alaina Kaczmarski's entry, perfectly surrounded by staircase garland and twin door wreaths.
If you follow us on Instagram, you're familiar with this Minnesota home. Melissa, aka The Faux Martha, frequently shares exterior shots of her house that wonderfully reflect the season. This time of year, you can guarantee the Faux House is covered with snow as white as its crisp interior walls. Our Carson gooseneck sconce is a beacon of light during dark winter nights.
Photo by Sara Tramp
Wreaths, check. Tree, check. Double arm floor lamp for maximum light with minimum surface area, check. Our Bruno lamp is the functional foundation of this festive scene designed by Brady Tolbert.
We hope this leaves you feeling inspired for the festive season ahead. Please tag @rejuvenation in your photos on Instagram to be featured!