…in the Nappi Household!
It was extra exciting to decorate this year, seeing as though it’s our first Christmas in our first official home as a family. This is actually a moment in time I’ve always awaited and looked forward to while I was growing up–pondering how my life would be as I got older. Holidays with my future family, how I’d decorate our home, hosting get together’s, creating a comforting and cozy atmosphere to make special memories in. I look at my husband and our baby girl, still in awe that this time has come and is now a reality. Thank God, it’s even better than anything I ever imagined or prayed for and I’m forever grateful for that.
I love all holiday decor looks. So, it was hard to stay focused and stay true to just one course. There’s something so cozy and undeniably festive about the traditional red and green scheme but yet, something so dazzling about that all white, modern, glam approach as well. My best advice when it comes to choosing which holiday decorating route you want to take, is to flow from the style your interior design already is. My home decor and already established aesthetics really played a big part in the holiday color scheme I decided on. All white, bright, accents of gold and pops of royal blue… I threw in a little mauve pink in there for my little Mila girl. Overall, you’ll notice I went for the “icy” look, bringing the beauty of the snow inside our warm home. Especially, when it came to our tree and bar cart. This not only flowed with my aesthetics but was a hit with Mila due to her Frozen obsession. Win, win 😉
I purchased a lot of what you see from Z Gallerie, one of my favorite home decor stores of all time. I encourage you to check out their site! If you’re into modern and affordable, then it’s right up your alley! I also included some links below to some similar products that can achieve this look. I hope my holiday interior design inspires you and can play a part in creating a joyful setting for you & your families cherished holiday memories.
Side Note: These material & visually pleasing things are very nice but not by any means what the holidays are about. The happiness of our home does not depend on the design of it. Jesus is the reason for the season and if you keep him the core of your home, regardless of what it looks like, it will always be happy one. 🙂