Get the Look: Farmhouse Christmas Decor Ideas Youll Love

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Its easy to see why Farmhouse Christmas decor has stuck around for so long: its cozy. Its stylish. Its basically all things Christmas!

The look is warm and quite approachable. Its the kind of look that makes you want to grab a blanket, some hot chocolate, and cozy up to the fireplace!

Farmhouse decor, in general, is also quite family-friendly. So its no wonder its stuck around for so long!

Ready for some serious inspo? See for yourself these 9 gorgeous farmhouse Christmas decor ideas below.

From a stunning Christmas tree to tips on decorating your entryway, this guide is sure to inspire you.

Create a Farmhouse Christmas Mantel

Farmhouse Christmas stockings and small potted trees are all you need to get this look. Posh Pennies created this inspiring Farmhouse Christmas mantel with a mix of buffalo check stockings and faux fur ones. Its a great way to not go overboard with the print while keeping things simple with a black and white color palette.

You may also like: Gorgeous Fall Mantel Decor Ideas

Rustic Christmas Decor

If youre looking for rustic Christmas decor ideas, try this DIY centerpiece via A Piece of Rainbow blog. Use burlap, ribbon, pinecones and branches you can do this with real or faux tree branches. (I like to get mine from Michaels or Hobby Lobby).

Whats great about this project is it can be pulled together fairly quickly, and its easy enough that even the non-crafty types can pull it off!

Create a Showstopping Christmas Porch

Wow your guests with a festive Christmas porch full of lights, mini Christmas trees and a farmhouse Christmas wreath. I adore this look styled by The Gateway Home that mixes green and flocked trees, a burlap wreath and a cute layered doormat.

Incorporate Farmhouse Christmas Decor Throughout Your Home

Not sure where to find country Christmas decorations? Some vintage items, burlap and greenery is all you need! Pull it all together in a pretty tiered setting as seen here via Fancy Fix Decor.

This can go on a table, in the kitchen or even in the bathroom.

Go Mad for Plaid

Nothing screams Farmhouse Christmas decor like plenty of plaid and buffalo check! Tone down the print by pairing it with a solid color like, black, white, grey or red, as seen here.

This styled living space is incredibly festive, and a fun way to extend holiday decor throughout the whole home.

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Bring the Outdoors in

Part of creating a rustic, Farmhouse Christmas feel in your home is bringing the outdoors in! Incorporate lots of trees, pinecones and wood into your decor for a rustic feel. The best? Your home will smell absolutely amazing.

Play with Texture

One of my favorite ways to add rich layers to any home decor is to play with textures. And this is no different when it comes to decorating your home for Christmas!

Get this look by decorating with stockings, pillows, candles and blankets all in a neutral color scheme yet different textures. Layer, and then layer some more.

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Create a Cozy Entryway

One of the easiest ways to pull off Farmhouse Christmas decor is to start with your entryway! The buffalo check is the traditional design element for farmhouse style and it will be repeated throughout your holiday decor.

This look, seen viaTheWhiteFarmhouseBlogon Instagram, is classic.

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Farmhouse Christmas Tree

Last, but certainly not least, dont forget about a beautiful farmhouse Christmas tree!

This one is certainly a stunner; I love how it incorporates all of the farmhouse decor elements like burlap, plaid and buffalo check. You can create a similar look with any one of these elements and make it uniquely yours.

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What do you think of Farmhouse Christmas decor? Is it a trend you love? Let me know in the comments below!

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