Christmas sideboard decor
Current status is Christmas loading! Yesterday on my day off I was working on decorating our main living area. Large garland went up and a sideboard got its decor vignette completed. I will be sharing the garland and the other side of the main living area in the next post. But this post is all about the sideboard decor.
Here is the completed look.
Here’s the view of the sideboard all decorated. The black and white art trio is a clearance find at HomeGoods. I removed the glass to avoid glow and showcase art better. I attached the art to the wall with command strips to avoid multiple holes in the wall! I sure love how it turned out! The candle stand is another Marketplace find, the top is a green granite and I will be adding second coat of paint to the base and then it will be complete! Battery operated candles are from Amazon and the green tray from Kirklands.
This gorgeous floral arrangement looks so good here and is going to stay here after Christmas decor is put away. I used a vase from Anthropologie, added soft foam blocks and arranged greenery and white/cream flowers for a neutral winter look. String of battery operated twinkling lights complete the look!
This pretty gilded wooden wreath is a DIY. I got it unfinished from the Dollar Tree and painted with gold acrylic paint. Then I attached a pretty velvet bow to it with two sided adhesive tape. I secured this wreath to the canvas using a command strip.
The canvas art was from HomeGoods clearance section, I painted it black to add more impact. Now it serves as a great background to display my decor.
I decided against the garland on the stair bannister this year. Instead I tied our stockings with a ribbon to the spindles.
The tray is from Hobby Lobby, I usually purchase my trays there when they’re 50% off and like to change them out according to decor vignette. Jingle bells were originally a garland from Hobby Lobby from last Christmas. I have cut them off the garland and use them in decor.
White and blue vases are vintage finds from Etsy, vases hold picks of faux alpine pine from deconstructed garland. Trumpet candleholders are a cheap Facebook Marketplace find.
I really hope you enjoyed this little tour and stay tuned for more! it’s only the beginning!