Transitioning From Fall Decor To Christmas

We start decorating for Christmas early at the Cottage, which means when Thanksgiving rolls around we have both Christmas and fall decor sprinkled throughout the house. The easiest way to accomplish this feat is transitioning decor, mixing warm fall colors with cozy Christmas touches. 
 
Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor
 
It’s always a fun challenge to add pops of color as the season progresses, this time around we went with a lovely frosted red winterberry garland mixed into our cotton garland. We also added beautiful tarnished silver candlesticks to the mantel in front of our giant pumpkin pallet art. 
 
Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

We added these beautiful broken mirror trees that we picked up at Big Lots last Christmas to either side of the mantel to pull up the color from our galvanized banner.

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor

 

Farmhouse Cottage Country Christmas Fall Thanksgiving Decor
 

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