You guys… I am SO stoked about this post. I absolutely love decorating for Christmas. Last year, I thought I had outdone myself by creating a forest in the cabin with 3 trees. But this year, I decided to go even BIGGER. And more spread out! So this year I’ve decorated a total of 6 Christmas trees — and each has it’s own aesthetic and theme. Here’s a full tour of our entire PNW cabin holiday decor!
Festive Holiday Decor Tour of Our PNW Cabin + Styling Tips
I am so excited to share each of our themed Christmas trees this year! I did my best to share links to the exact ornaments, lights, and other holiday decor, but if something specific is missing leave a comment and I’ll do my best to find it. Now, let’s dig into alllll of our cabin’s holiday decor.
Our Food Themed Tree
I think it’s best to start this holiday home tour with my favorite decorated tree: the food themed Christmas tree! I’m pretty much obsessed with food, so it felt fitting to finally dedicate an entire tree to the theme — especially because it is in our dining room!
I chose to use our thin, Charlie Brown Christmas tree (shop the sparse artificial tree from Balsam Hill) because it fit the best in that spot. But also because I felt like it made the ornaments stand out that much more. Because the tree isn’t pre-lit, I used LED fairy lights to give it a glow. I love using these as opposed to traditional Christmas lights because they are a bit more subtle and you can hide the wires way more easily.
I also sprinkled in a few vintage ornaments to give some bold color and even more character. The finishing touch is a sweet multicolored felt pom pom garland that reminds me of candies or gum drops!
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Our Chicken Themed Tree
If you’ve been reading the blog for a while, you know I have a somewhat twisted sense of humor… so for our chicken themed tree, it’s not just hen and rooster ornaments. There are also chicken-based foods like breakfast eggs and fried chicken. Naturally. HA. These ornaments were also an amazing find because they remind me of chicken wire!
For this spot in our dining room, I chose our tallest pre-lit skinny tree. The ceiling in this area is 15′ so one day I hope to upgrade to an even bigger one!
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Our Pacific Northwest Inspired Christmas Tree
We also call this one “our tree” because it’s really an entire Christmas tree dedicated to everything we love. You’ll find ornaments inspired by the outdoors, but also other PNW icons like pinecones and mushrooms. Because this is our more personal tree, it’s in the living room and will be where we add gifts as the holiday approaches.
I decorated this tree for our living room so that it’s sort of like our ‘main’ tree come Christmas morning. The tree itself is a traditional pre-lit tree so we can switch between different colored lights and different blinking sequences.
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Our Nautical Inspired Mini Christmas Tree
Originally, this mini Christmas tree was for our guest bedroom, but then I realized I couldn’t see it every day! So I moved it to our bathroom and I am beyond obsessed. Even though it’s tiny, this one is secretly my favorite. It’s just so cute.
This tree is decorated with all things nautical and sailing related as an homage to Sean and Andy’s love of boating. The nautical tree was also the perfect opportunity to support my friend from ThirdLee & Co and order a few of her handmade ornaments. They are soooo gorgeous.
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Our Pink Tinsel Christmas Tree in Our Primary Bedroom
And lastly… our pale pink tinsel tree!! I’ve wanted a tinsel tree FOREVER, especially a pink one and this is truly the perfect one. It’s a gorgeous shade of peachy pink and not too bubblegum. I knew it would pop beautifully against the dark green walls in our bedroom.
I decorated this tree to be more about a color palette than anything else because pink and mustard two my two favorite colors combined. I draped the tree in wide velvet ribbon as a twist on the traditional garland, then covered it in some of my favorite ornaments. I love having a tree in our bedroom for that cozy holiday glow!
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Plus, a bit more holiday decor upstairs…
You know me, I can’t ever just stop and decide that my decor is good enough. I took it up a notch this year by draping pre-lit faux garlands on the bannisters. Velvet ribbon holds them to the railings, with a bit of swag for texture.
I also created a fun Christmas village with these old light up houses I got from IKEA years ago… and added a bit more ribbon to a potted Norfolk pine that I recently bought. My grandparents had one just like it when I was a kid, so when I saw it at the hardware store, I immediately needed one, too. And thus completes my transformation into becoming my grandparents!
So what do you think?? I hope you’ve loved the holiday decor home tour of our cabin! I really do love decorating for Christmas and the holidays, so I hope it’s come across in this post.
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Today I want to talk about one very important element of any holiday decor: ornaments! I am a bit of a collector and always get asked where I got some of my ornaments. So today, I decided I should finally round up my favorite places to shop for the best Christmas ornaments. I hope this list inspires you to deck the halls!