Can you believe it’s already the middle of November? I still have flip flops in the front hall for Pete’s sake. Wishful thinking at it’s best right there. I was child free this weekend and spent some time at my favorite stores. Christmas is everywhere already and I thought I’d share what’s trending this year.
Gold is still really big this year. Personally, I was a bit late to the gold lovers party so I’m glad to see the trend is still on the up. I got my gold on last year when I made this glittery deer head canvas. Can’t wait to pull it out this year.
An easy DIY gold thumb tack wreath from Canadian Families.
Such a simple and pretty gold centerpiece from Paperblog.
Copper and Bronze
Or let’s get right to the copper source with these little trees made from copper pennies from Ivy in the Bay.
Or this gorgeous mantel display by Ineriorz Dezigned. This just feels so glam to me.
I couldn’t help but notice all the little Woodland things already on display at Homesense here in Ontario.
How adorable is this tree that I found over at the Inspired Room? It’s full of cute little woodland animals peaking through the branches. She used touches of burlap throughout to tie all the natural elements together. I noticed the burlap trend is still going strong everywhere this weekend.
This woodland vignette over at Serendipity Refined is so striking and almost glamorous which just shows that woodland doesn’t always mean full out rustic and burlap.
This little vignette from Country Living is pretty cute, too.
I think it’s no secret that I love aqua but this white and Tiffany blue scene takes my love to a whole new level. I want this whole room! And the lifestyle that would keep it clean and pristine, too.
I love the timelessness of black and white and this black tree with gold and white accents just takes my breath away. Serious drama.
Another gorgeous black and white tree from Lil Luna.
HGTV introduced a gorgeous palette of lavenders, grays, and purples for the Christmas season, making the most of a monochromatic Christmas scene in a not so typical holiday color.
We definitely like the aqua and pink vintage Christmas bling around here. This vignette was in my front foyer a couple of years ago.
And a cute retro wreath from Georgia Peachez wraps up the retro vibe.