Our Customers’ 2017 Holiday Homes

 

My friends. Wishing you both Joy and Peace today. Remember in beautiful times and the down right hard, the lovely is there.

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We love seeing how our customers decorate for the holidays! And while this time of year isn’t all about gifts, greenery, and gorgeously decorated homes, it is fun to see what cozy spaces our customers create for their families to enjoy the season. So today, we thought we’d share some of our favorite holiday spaces, decorated by our customers!

We love the look of plates displayed on the wall, and get a load of the greenery draped from our Laurenza Chandelier! It’s such a romantic look and will look even more romantic lit up for Christmas Eve dinner.

Outdoor spaces need holiday decorating too, and if you live in the South, you’re in for a super mild Christmas. Why not celebrate on the porch with Christmas pillows and greenery?

 

We look forward to pulling out our stockings every year, and it’s even more exciting when they’ve got adorable little pom poms on them!

Our Dot Stockings are a holiday classic, so we love seeing how our customers use them in their own home. How great do they look on this stone mantel?

Is this not the most glamorous Christmas dining room you’ve ever seen? We love the way Jennifer added a holiday message to our Amiel Mirror.

If you don’t have a mantel, consider hanging your stockings on a console table like Meredith. How festive is this?

 

We’re ready for ya Santa! || Tap photo for details || 🎅🏼🎄⛄️❤️

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Alexa added glittery initials to her stockings with ribbon. Isn’t this a cute idea?

Thanks for sharing your festive homes with us! Happy Holidays to all!

Follow us on Instagram, or see more homes decorating for the holidays at #ballarddesigns.

 
Caroline McDonald

Caroline McDonald

Caroline lives for pairing together patterns, mixing furniture styles, and oogling over our newest furniture pieces. As you can imagine, her little 1920's craftsman is in a constant state of flux. Here on How to Decorate, it's her goal to help you turn your home into your own little slice of paradise.

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