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2011 Christmas Decor Trend: Red, White, and Folk

We are starting to get the itch for all things Christmas here on Fancy House Road, so we are going to start highlighting our favorite Christmas things before {eeeekkkkk} Halloween.  Hopefully our posts help get you in the holiday spirit.

Over the past couple of years, one of my favorite Christmas decor trends has been the Folk trend.  I love how this decor can be easily mixed with other Christmas decor trends: felt, minimalist, rustic…  In fact, in the past, I have tied elements of folk into my rustic decor by incorporating folk patterns in my textiles (table cloths and pillows), garlands, Christmas wrapping, etc.

You’ll notice that this trend uses a lot of geometric based patterns, reds, and whites.

Christmas Folk Decor TrendChristmas Folk Decor Trend 2011Have you incorporated folk elements into your Christmas Decor?  If so, how?

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October 18, 2011 - 10:53 pm

Kate - Oh! Oh! Oh! (say that backwards to be festively inclined!)

Camberley….(I always think of Lord of The Flies… ~Do you know the bit I mean?),
I totally bought those ADORABLE toadstools home with me to Australia, from Ikea. Yes, we do have Ikea here, but I was nervous, just in case it wasn’t a Global God Jul trend. And I could NOT miss out on such fine specimens of toadstools. They are *right*, well actually, to the left, next to me. Talk about synchronicity! Loves it.
So thoroughly enjoying dipping into the Fancy House Road World….little tastes here, and there. Like sweet treats of fondant fancies! Wonderfully good. Send my love to your gorgeous sisters and mama, and some for you, too! Smooooch!

October 19, 2011 - 8:54 am

mandy - I see those garlands in my home’s immediate future.

October 19, 2011 - 8:50 pm

BeccaMarie - Oh, these are just lovely ideas. I can’t get over how merry that bunting is :)

December 5, 2012 - 12:27 pm

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