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The Best Farmhouse Christmas Decor

Are you a “decorate before Thanksgiving” person or a strict “not until we eat the turkey” person? I saw a story recently that people who decorate early for Christmas are happier.  True? Who knows, but for those that get a jump-start on their decorating, it sure seems like it. And if it makes you happy, then go for it! And if farmhouse style makes your holiday spirit happy, then I’ve got some of the best farmhouse Christmas decor to add to the joy!

Our decorating is kind of a hodgepodge of Christmas stuff. None of those all white trees or color schemed decorating. Not that I don’t love those because they are stunning. It just doesn’t happen here. We’ve got homemade ornaments from the kids’ preschool days, sentimental things we had as kids ourselves, and a few treasures passed down from family.

However, it’s no secret I love farmhouse style and last year I hoarded the dining room decor to myself and kept it neutral and simple. And this year, I’ll probably do the same, but I might get to add a few new things.Pinterest graphic with text that reads \"The Best Farmhouse Christmas Décor\" and a collage of Christmas decorations on a white background.

So that brings me to the whole reason for this post! Farmhouse Christmas Decor is my fave for a lot of reasons. A lot of it can be left out after Christmas and transition into winter decor.  Think woods, whites, neutral, simple trees, wreaths. I’ve been on a mission to only buy something I love and will use. So I’ve got tons of ideas that you can use after the big guy comes down the chimney.

Farmhouse Christmas Decor


I love wreaths – DIY, store-bought, lit, unlit – whatever they are. And this is a super easy way to infuse some farmhouse style into your Christmas decorations this year. Buy a basic wreath that doesn’t scream “I’m only for Christmas”. Add some ornaments, holly berries, burlap bows, or lights until Christmas is over, then you can just take remove the glitz and sparkle and have a lovely winter wreath for several months.

[one_half]A Green wreath with a chevron white and burlap ribbon.[/one_half][one_half_last]A leafy green wreath with berries on a white background.[/one_half_last][one_half]A faux wreath made from stems covered in small green foliage on a white background.[/one_half][one_half_last]A rustic cotton wreath hanging from a cream antique door.[/one_half_last]


Decorative trees are another way you can add some rustic farmhouse vibes to your Christmas decor and many of these can be left out for winter decor. I always get the winter blah feelings when the fun Christmas decor is packed away. So if I can use something new for several months and still have some great winter decorations, then why not?

[one_half]A miniature Christmas tree with a burlap planter on a white background.[/one_half][one_half_last]A cotton twig wrapped in burlap on a white background.[/one_half_last][one_half]A white Christmas tree statue with colored lights.[/one_half][one_half_last]A green Christmas tree statue with colored lights and a silver star.[/one_half_last][one_half]Miniature fir trees Christmas decor on a white background.[/one_half][one_half_last]Miniature Christmas pine tree in a burlap planter on a white background.[/one_half_last][one_half]Wooden Christmas tree sign with a silver star on a white background.[/one_half][one_half_last]Wooden Christmas tree decoration with black writing and white ornaments.[/one_half_last]


There are so many choices when it comes to farmhouse style Christmas decor. And it doesn’t matter if you actually live in a farmhouse. Maybe you’re like me and you’re just drawn to old stuff and vintage-looking decor. Maybe you wish you lived in a farmhouse. Or maybe you already do. Either way, there are so many options to suit your style.

[one_half]A rustic Christmas pillow with red and green writing and Christmas trees on a white background.[/one_half][one_half_last]A metal Christmas tray with red text that reads \"All Hearts come home for Christmas\" on a white background.[/one_half_last][one_half]A Christmas countdown calendar made in the shape of a rustic red farmhouse on a white background.[/one_half][one_half_last]A red and white striped pillow on a hallway bench with candles and a green plant in a metal container.[/one_half_last][one_half]rustic red North Pole post box on a white background.[/one_half][one_half_last]Round Christmas ornaments with the words joy, peace, and noel on a white background.[/one_half_last][one_half]Rustic knit Christmas stockings on a white background.[/one_half][one_half_last]Christmas presents on a black and white checkered Christmas tree skirt.[/one_half_last]

Wall Decor

I definitely don’t swap out all the wall hangings/art when Christmas comes, but there are a few things I like to replace that are a bit more festive than my usual decor.

[one_half]Christmas wall hanging in the shape of a farmhouse window with a wreath.[/one_half][one_half_last]Wall hanging with a metal siding background and a sign that reads \"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas\" and an old-fashioned truck with a tree in the truck bed.[/one_half_last][one_half]A wooden sign with the words \"Merry Christmas\" in red script font.[/one_half][one_half_last]A wooden sign that reads \"Farm Fresh Christmas Trees\" and a trio of green trees.[/one_half_last]Christmas decor sign advertising reindeer sleigh rides.And of course, you don’t have to buy it if you prefer to DIY. Check out these great DIY Farmhouse Christmas ideas:
DIY Stocking Tags
DIY Farmhouse Rustic Crates
Neutral Christmas Dining Room and DIY ornaments

Merry Christmas Shopping and don’t forget to pin it!

Pinterest graphic with text that reads \"Farmhouse Style Christmas Decor\" and a collage of Christmas decorations.

Pinterest graphic with text that reads \"Farmhouse Christmas Decorations\" and Christmas decorations in the background.
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