Christmas Apartment Tour

Christmas Apartment Tour

Hey y’all!

This is one of my favorite posts this entire year! A. Words cannot express how thankful I am to even have a place of my own to decorate nonetheless a beautiful light-filled apartment with my favorite pieces to deck out in holiday decor and B. The holiday season is so fun and creative and I love sharing my inspiration with you all. This is my first Christmas away from my home in North Carolina and Alton and I’s first Christmas as a married couple. It is such a surreal time in my life and I’m soaking it all up! I went with simple decor and we aren’t getting a Christmas tree this year because we really don’t have a ton of room and no where to store a faux tree. Without further adieu, here is the tour!

Shop my wreaths here

This was my favorite photo I snapped. Winnie was just checking out the Christmas decor on the windowsill and she just looks like perfection.

Shop my garland here.

These stockings are quite possibly my favorite part of our Christmas decor! They are a family heirloom passed down to me from my grandmother. They were the only piece of Christmas decor she and my grandfather had for their first Christmas when they were married. How sweet is that?

Shop my favorite stocking holders here.

Shop the ribbon I used to make my bows here.

I hope our simple little apartment inspired you in some way. I really wanted it to feel like the holidays, but also not break the bank and only buy what we could store easily in our tiny space. I shared on my instagram that our biggest goal right now is to save money to buy a house. It’s been so rough finding a balance of what to buy vs. what to let go of in order to put more money into savings. I’m already envisioning our little house decorated to the nine’s for Christmas next year and that’s what keeps me sane with our Charlie Brown Christmas decor. With that being said I’m incredibly grateful for all that we have and this little space and most of all, my first holiday season with my sweet husband.

What are you grateful for this holiday season?



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