My second week's holiday decor theme is rustic woodland which is easy to pull off. Another thing I love bout this scheme is that many (if not all) of the items can be used long past the holidays. Read one for more details...
one - This cozy neutral alpaca fur cuff stocking would deck any halls in style.
two - This feather ball dots decoration is a lovely addition to the tree.
three - Pair it with this porcelain hanging white antler ornament.
four - To add a more rustic feel to your home, style your mantel, table or doorway with this pine cone garland.
five - These evergreen candle lanterns will add a warm glow to your coffee table vignette.
six - This baylor pillow will transition your couch to the holidays with ease.
seven - Pair the pillow above with the classic woodie pillow which shows my absolute favorite car ever, the wagoneer.
eight - For a woodland look with a touch of glam, pop this hestia antler decor onto a dining or side table.
nine - Grab some spare pine branches from your tree when it's cut and add them to a rustic vase.
ten - Made by one of my favorite local creative businesses, this fox glow tea towel is as adorable as it is useful.
eleven - Another addition to that rustic vignette would be these great birch tea light candle holders which are appropriate year round.
twelve - Prop these tall birch branches in a corner to bring some nature inside.
thirteen - This birch vase set would be a lovely home for those pine branches.
fourteen - Keeping with the birch theme, tack your pretty holiday cookies and updates on this birch pedestal platter.
fifteen - Fill this wood evergreen basket with twigs and pinecones and display it by your fireplace or outside your front door to guarantee a woodsy feel.