Cottage Sunroom Gift Wrapping Station

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I’m sharing my cottage sunroom gift wrapping station today so that you can see how everyday Christmas items can be used for decor, as well!

It’s crazy to me that I’m sharing this cottage sunroom gift wrapping station just 10 days before Christmas. Goodness gracious! Are any of you even still decorating?! Don’t forget, you can always pin these images and save them for next year! Either way, I hope this inspires you.

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Vintage Christmas Gift Wrapping Station
Sunroom Christmas Decor
Simple vintage Christmas tree decorations

I already shared a few sneak peeks of my sunroom built-ins back when I talked about some thrifty Christmas decorating ideas. Today I’d really like to focus on my desk area! 

Cottage Sunroom Gift Wrapping Station spread

Rather than constantly putting all of my gift wrapping supplies away every time I used them, I decided to leave them out on my sunroom desk area, instead! 

Gift wrapping supplies displayed in sunroom

From the variety of ribbon to the classic wrapping paper, all of it is just so beautiful that I figured, why not use them for decor, as well?

Sunroom Gift Wrapping Station

I have this vintage mitre box that I picked up at an antique store for just a few bucks, and it’s the perfect little container for my ribbon! I love using neutral colors like gray, white and gold, but I also love different textures as well. 

Antique mitre box used for ribbon
Christmas gift wrapping supplies in my sunroom

I love the vintage feel of brown craft paper for presents, and I paired it will a really pretty blue striped paper from Target this year. Both rolls simply lean against the wall behind my desk. 

Gift wrapping supplies in the sunroom

I have lots of other gift accessories available, like vintage inspired tags as well as some fresh cedar to tuck into presents if I so please!

Cedar above mirror in the sunroom by the gift wrapping station

I love the look of the cedar tucked into every corner. It adds an old fashioned feel, and I even added some to the garland hanging above our mirror! I took some faux cedar garland from Walmart and just tweaked it to make it my own. Some faux pine and eucalyptus picks and fresh cedar really give it life and movement!

vintage gift tags and wrapping paper area

Of course I already shared about my little paintings! I painted some brass bells and flocked trees and they are available for free here on my blog if you are interested in grabbing them! 

Cedar above mirror in sunroom with gift tags

You can use them for so many things, from ornaments to gift tags. I love the way mine looked tucked into my garland and attached to my stockings. 

Gift tags on my stockings in sunroom

I love this little desk area, and I especially love the fact that you can see my living room tree through the French doors. Not only that, but we have another tree in our sunroom that makes the whole space feel so cozy and warm. 

Living tree Christmas Tree View
Sunroom Christmas Tree

I kept our sunroom tree pretty simple and continued with the neutral theme I have all throughout my home.

Ribbon used for decor on my Christmas tree

The star was sent to me from a YouTube subscriber! I love it so much and her gift really touched my heart. 🙂

Sunroom Christmas Tree Star

I used wooden bead garlands, white and gold ornaments, and some ribbon that I made myself using material that I cut into 1 1/2 inch strips. 

Ribbon on Sunroom Christmas Tree
Wooden garland and ribbon strands on Christmas Tree in sunroom

I love having so many trees this year! I even have one in my dining room and it makes me so happy! 

Christmas Tree in our Cottage Sunroom!
Overall shot of sunroom christmas gift wrapping station

Well, I hope this cottage sunroom gift wrapping station inspired you today, friends! Do you have a gift wrapping station? This is my first year having one and I’ve really loved it! 


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  1. What a great use of space! I love your tree too. I would like to be able to decorate my tree a little more simple. It’s hard to do when you have ornaments that your children made plus handmade ones from friends. I just love your house. It feels warm without tons of stuff. So glad I found your blog.

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