SIMPLE + ELEGANT ENTRYWAY DECOR FOR CHRISTMAS IN BLUE AND GREEN

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Christmas is in full swing in our home! I kept my Christmas decor all very simple this year and by doing so, I was able to cut my decorating time in half. Who doesn’t love that?! Our simple and elegant entryway decor for Christmas is a little nostalgia, a little modern, and sets the scene for our holiday home, and we’re loving the look.

Our home is dressed to the nines in gorgeous green and blue Christmas decor, with a very heavy dose of ribbon…everywhere. I think I am bow obsessed! You’ll be seeing a lot of gorgeous bows throughout all of our decor this Christmas season.

Our elegant entryway decor is no exception and our console table is styled with the prettiest Christmas houses and simple decor – keep reading for more!

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ELEGANT ENTRYWAY DECOR FOR CHRISTMAS

Christmas decor in an elegant entryway, with garland swagged over the front door, embellished with light green and light blue bows on each corner.

I love elegant Christmas greenery, and I’ve used a lot of it everywhere this year. We hung our garland over our doorway with a beautiful swag – the same way we hung it in last year’s Christmas entryway.

Simple, pretty bows hang on the corners of the garland and dress it up beautifully.

I love this look so much! It’s so simple, but so elegant and beautiful.

Entryway decorated for Christmas, a console table styled with mercury glass Christmas trees and three Christmas houses. A lush green wreath hangs on a mirror above.

Our console table is dressed with simple and elegant touches, accented with my green wreath – and you guessed it – a gorgeous light green and light blue bow to match the garland.

I’m in love with this stunning light sage green ribbon that I found, and adding a thinner light blue satin ribbon with it, adds such a pretty pop of color.

Elegant Christmas entryway decor with Christmas village houses and mercury glass trees styled on a classic console table. A lush green wreath adorned with elegant light green and light blue ribbons hangs above on a white pagoda mirror.

ELEGANT CHRISTMAS HOUSES MAKE A MAGICAL STATEMENT

A stunning Christmas display on an entryway console table using vintage inspired Christmas houses, mercury glass trees and a lush green wreath hanging about on a white pagoda mirror.

Aren’t these cute Christmas houses just so beautiful? When I spotted them at Cailini Coastal, I knew I had to have them. They have that nod to nostalgia that I love, with such intricate details.

To keep it simple and let those fabulous details stand out, I used simple mercury glass trees to flank them on each side.

A stunning Christmas display on an entryway console table using vintage inspired Christmas houses, and a lush green wreath hanging about on a white pagoda mirror.

I also shared them in my Christmas inspiration post a few weeks ago, They set such a beautiful and magical Christmas scene on our entryway console table.

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CHRISTMAS ENTRYWAY DECOR: SIMPLE + ELEGANT HOLIDAY TOUCHES

An elegant Christmas entryway decorated with a beautiful green wreath hung on a white pagoda mirror, which hangs above a console table decorated with Christmas houses and mercury glass trees.

My blue velvet pillows and pretty gift boxes wrapped with my green ribbon add a simple touch and carry my color palette just beyond our entryway.

An elegant Christmas display on an entryway console table - decorated with Christmas houses and mercury glass Christmas trees.

Do you recognize this pagoda mirror? I have the same on in my home office – I love it so much, I got a second one to use in here as well.

This space often gets a mirror swap! It’s a great way to give new life to a room.

I thought this would be the perfect piece to compliment my elegant entryway decor for Christmas.

A stunning Christmas display on an entryway console table using vintage inspired Christmas houses, mercury glass trees and a lush green wreath hanging about on a white pagoda mirror.

It looks gorgeous with our lush green wreath, dressed up with my green and blue bow, of course.

You can never have too many bows for Christmas, right?!

Christmas entryway decorated with Christmas houses, mercury glass Christmas trees and a lush green wreath decorated with a beautiful light green and light blue bow.

The rest of table is styled with minimal decor, this table can look so busy with too many accessories, so I try my best to keep it simple.

I wanted the details of the Christmas houses to really stand out and take center stage in our Christmas entry.

A gorgeous Christmas display on an entryway console table styled with vintage inspired Christmas houses, mercury glass trees and a lush green wreath hanging about on a white pagoda mirror.

Christmas decorating doesn’t have to be complicated!

I used some simple ornaments in a bowl, a stack of books and a vase to keep it all very simple to finish the look.

An elegant entryway decorated for Christmas with a green garland swag over the front door, dressed up with green ribbon on each corner.

Thank you for reading with me today, I hope you’re inspired for the season! Stay tuned for our Christmas living room and tree coming very soon! xo

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4 Comments

  1. Beautiful! The only thing I might consider changing are switching the bows on the houses to one of your ribbons.

  2. tamaraanka says:

    Oh that would be pretty!! So glad you like it!! xo

  3. Gorgeous entryway! I have always loved a blue/green color combination and you’ve combined two very beautiful color ribbons. Elegant without being overdone. I can’t wait to see your tree and living room! Thank you for this post- you’ve given me some ideas for my own home now.

  4. tamaraanka says:

    Thank you so much Sally! I’m so happy you like it and that you’re inspired! Happy decorating! xo

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