It’s Thursday, friends! And November! How is it already November?!? I have no idea how we got here, but since we are here, we may as well embrace it, am I right?!? So today’s Current Obsessions post is all about the Christmas decor I already ordered, received and am loving this year. Bonus- I’m only sharing items that are still in stock. Happy shopping, friends!
my favorite things this week:
You guys, this year I ordered my first faux tree! We will still cut down a real one the day after Thanksgiving, but now we have two, which I’m so excited about. I did a lot of research, and read a lot of reviews before I ordered this Faux Tree. I could not be any more happy with it. Bonus- it’s under $300. I love it so much, I’m not even sure I’m going to decorate it- I may just leave it bare.
I’m using this Wood Tree Collar with it, and it all looks so good! I’m officially on team faux!
Speaking of faux, this Faux Cedar Garland is so good! I ordered a few for different spots around my house, and I’m super excited to get them up!
Maybe my very favorite thing I ordered this year- these adorable Crochet Mantel Trees. Note- I’m not sure why they are called mantel trees, because they are small, but SO cute. I have them styled together on a stack of books on my console table. LOVE!
I have this Knited Tree Throw Blanket with this Cotton Velvet Pillow (both in cream) on one of my chairs, and I love them both. The blanket is heavy and has really great detail! The pillow comes in several colors, and I’m using the berry colored one in my dining room too.
I haven’t decided if I’m using this Wreath inside or outside this year, but wherever it ends up, it will be perfect. Love the bell detail!
For my holiday dining table, I’m using this Table Runner and these Pillar Candle Holders. I’ll be mixing in the Taper Candleholders that I shared in Last Week’s Current Obsessions post. You guys, it all looks so pretty together. (I’m also using this Garland.)
And last, but definitely not least, this affordable Green Plaid Blanket. I have it draped over the arm of my sectional, and it looks far more expensive than its $20 price tag!