In this post, we’ll show you our gold and pink Christmas tree decorations. We added a wood bead garland and paper flower pink ornaments to our tree.
Nothing says “happy holidays” like a cozy Christmas tree corner and twinkling light, don’t you agree?! We’re sharing our pink ornaments and Christmas decor for our living room this year…
This is also the first year that Gwen understands Christmas a little bit more, and it’s so fun to see the magic in her eyes.
I’ve never felt cooler than when she came home from school to our front door Christmas decor.
Even though I spent WAY too much time debating the perfect Christmas ornaments combination from At Home, I’m so happy with how everything turned out.
Fair warning, pretty much everything in these photos is from At Home, so prepare yourselves! Can you guess what Gwen’s favorite element is? Hint: the polar bear igloo…
Our Living Room Pink and Gold Christmas Decorations
If you’re a regular reader, you may have noticed that our living room decor has changed since we first did our living room reveal for the One Room Challenge.
The ceilings in our front living room and foyer are about 25 feet tall, so the sky was the limit on how big of a tree we wanted for this space.
When we were shopping in the store, the 9ft tree looked plenty big enough, and the 12-foot trees looked massive!
When I came to picking out ornaments, I immediately fell in love with these paper flower pink ornaments! The detail on them is insane!
We must stick solely to shatterproof style ornaments between having a toddler and three cats running around. So all of our ornaments fall under the kid-safe category.
The pink flower ornaments were my splurge pieces, so I mixed them with sets of shatterproof ornaments and wood bead garlands.
I also fell in love with this foldable metal village decor! I immediately wanted to use it as a fireplace screen and love how it fits the space.
Shamelessly I spray-painted it gold to match the rest of our decor, and I love how it turned out.
I paired it with gold gift boxes and a pink ribbon to tie in our pink ornaments, too.
To add some height around the fireplace, I used two matching mini – flocked trees and just cut off the ornaments that came attached to them.
It’s no secret that I have things for sisal trees. A prime example is our Christmas decor from our old house, as seen in my Christmas scavenger hunt game!
I used a more subtle color scheme since this room is very muted, combining them with glass light-up trees glass light up trees.
I really wish I had been able to snag these glass pink Christmas trees!
What I missed out on in the pink Christmas trees I made up for with this igloo and polar bear centerpiece, don’t you think?
Plus, this faux gingerbread house village was way too cute to pass up!
Our oversized gold mirror in between the dining room and living room was the perfect space for a flocked wreath and pink velvet ribbon to match our pink ornaments.
I used this flocked wreath and cut off the berries and pinecones to match our style better.
I have to say; I love walking in the front door to this view! I’m going to be seriously sad having to take down the Christmas decorations this year!
I’m also shamelessly planning to do a fun, colorful Christmas tree in our family room this year, too. Do any of you decorate more than one tree for your home?!
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