So I asked, and you all voted that this was the post you were most excited about! I’m so glad, because I had already started curating my favorite products to share. I decided to expand the holiday finds to three design categories, so there’s something for everyone here!

I’m generally pretty modern with our home decor, and decorating for the holidays is no different! While fall decor in my home might lean toward farmhouse a tad, my Christmas decor sticks to a modern color pallet and an overall whimsical feel! I’ll be doing a blog post on my decor specifically, and how to create a whimsical tree for the holidays, but I wanted to pull some modern decor that would create a base for this look (so consider this first category a little sneak peak!). In case you’re new here, everything will be linked in the captions below the pictures!

First up is a modern approach to the holidays! While I’m using this flocked tree in all three of my design boards, incorporating white bulbs keeps it modern and fresh! I found this white metal tree skirt (that honestly I might switch my current galvanized skirt out for) and some metallic accents in some smaller accents like ribbon and bottle brush trees. While this may feel cold to some, adding fur and velvet for texture and warmth make it feel cozy and inviting, even with a tightly coordinated color pallet!

Flocked Unlit Tree // White Metal Skirt // Gold Ribbon // White Bulb Pack // Gold Bulb Pack (87) // Silver Bulbs // Emerald Green Bulbs // Silver Long Bulbs // White Flocked Garland // Table Skirt // Tall Gold Bottle Brush Trees // Med Rose Gold Trees // Silver Mini Trees // Green Blanket // Green & Pink Pillow Covers // White Faux Fur Stocking // Grey-brown Faux Fur Stocking // Metallic Wreath

Next, I curated a modern farmhouse look which is a bridge between ultra modern and traditional! You’ll find I repurposed the emerald green, but added in a lot of great buffalo check pieces to make it feel a bit more country-chic! I added a galvanized metal tree skirt, rather than the matte white finish in the first, and found a matching outdoor tree that would look so cute beside any front door! For the smaller accents, I found some neutral knit stockings & some more traditionally colored bottle brush trees to tie the look all together!

Flocked Unlit Tree // Galvanized Tree Skirt // Buff Check Ribbon // Buffalo Check Tree Skirt // Buff Check Door Mat // Emerald Green Bulbs // Green Long Bulbs // White Flocked Garland // Metallic Wreath // Bottle Brush Trees // Graphic Pillows Set of 4 // Outdoor pre-lit Tree // Buff Check Blanket // Green Pillow Covers // Buff Check Pillow Covers // White Stockings

Lastly, I curated a traditional board for all of you who can’t live without red and green on Christmas! This color pallet is especially good for those who like to use a collection of sentimental ornaments on your main tree. We personally have 2 trees, and our sentimental tree is downstairs where we can pull off a bit more traditional look!

Here you’ll see the galvanized skirt with an upgrade that makes it feel nostalgic and aged. I also pulled in a lot of red and cream tones, which help give a range of warmth that will pull in all different color ornaments and decor you may have around the house! I found some fun red buffalo check ribbon & bows, which you can use either for outdoor wreaths, in your tree, or accents for your garlands. Lastly, I added in a more traditional flocked wreath and some red and cream knit stockings to pull this look together!

Flocked Unlit Tree // Farm Fresh Tree Skirt // Check Ribbon // Gold Bulb Pack (87) // Emerald Green Bulbs // Red & Gold Long Bulbs // White Flocked Garland // Green Brush Trees // Tall Gold Bottle Brush Trees // Mini Off White Trees // Red Check Bows // Buff Check Pillow Covers (2 colors) // White & Red Stockings // Flocked Pre-lit Wreath

I hope this amazon holiday guide was helpful! I know there were a lot of pieces that surprised me when I was curating this for you all. If you enjoyed this post, or have any items that you were looking forward to that I missed, be sure to comment below!