Simple and Neutral Christmas Decor

Simple and neutral Christmas decor

Hey friends! In today’s video I’m sharing my simple and neutral Christmas decor haul after a weekend away, shopping with my Mom and sisters!

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Every year at the beginning of November, my Mom, sisters and I stay at a hotel overnight and go Christmas shopping! We don’t live in an area with a lot of shopping, and trying to fit all of our Christmas shopping in on one day is overwhelming. So years ago we decided to go in on a hotel room and split our shopping into two days!

It’s something we all look forward to every holiday season, and I’m so thankful to have such a sweet relationship with my two sisters Jessica and Kathryn, my sister-in-law Shannon, and my Mom. They are my best friends and we laugh so hard and have so much fun. We all LOVE Christmas, so it’s a special time for all of us. 

Natural and Minimal Christmas decorating ideas simple and neutral

The point of the entire trip is to shop for the people you’re buying gifts for, and I in fact found everything I needed for everyone on my list!! BUT I also picked up some fun decor items as well (couldn’t help myself hehe) and thought I would share them with you for some inspiration! 

Be sure to watch the YouTube video above to see all of the footage of our shopping adventures! We had so much fun and while I could have gone crazy buying things, I really tried to restrain myself and be very intentional about what I purchased. 

The first thing I grabbed were some brown velvet pillows that I picked up at Marshalls. You can find some similar ones, here! I though they were so pretty and had a cozy holiday feel. 

Natural and Minimal Brown Velvet Pillows for Christmas Decor

I also picked up a few more cedar branches as well as a gorgeous cedar wreath from Marshalls as well. 

Christmas decor haul minimal decor ideas with cedar

I love using ribbon all throughout my decor, so when we stopped at Hobby Lobby I was sure to pick up some gray velvet ribbon as well as some shatter proof pine cone ornaments that have a mercury glass feel. While I was at Hobby Lobby I also grabbed a beautiful bell garland for just $10, you can find one similar here! I can’t wait to show you where I used it. 

Christmas decor haul with cedar, ribbon and bells minimal decor

Lastly, I grabbed some chunky, cable knit stockings at TJ Maxx. We needed an extra one for Isaiah this year, and I wanted to replace a few more with these lovely textured ones so I bought three all together. 

Chunky Cable knit minimalistic and simple christmas decor

The overall feel that I’m going for is a natural, minimal Christmas feel with a bit of a rustic vibe. As I was decorating the tree this year, I kept putting ornaments on it and then taking them off again. I just really love things simple this year, and I can’t wait to show you the progress I’ve made!

I hope you enjoyed this simple and neutral Christmas decor haul and you all have the very best thanksgiving, I’m so very thankful for ALL of you! This blog is made possible by you – all of my wonderful readers. 



Natural & Minimal Christmas Decor Haul


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  1. Hi Andrea, you are such a bright light and I so appreciate your sweet spirit and the beauty and inspiration you share with us. THANK YOU.🤍 Would you mind sharing where you got your plaid rug? Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Hi Andrea, I just loved all the things you got! 😍 Thanks for taking us along on your shopping adventures. Can’t wait to see your home once it’s all decked out for the holidays. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your sweet family. Blessings always!

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  4. Simple loveliness for the win. Great decor choices. Thanks for sharing your beautiful home and precious little one.

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