Join us on a non-traditional, primitive Christmas decor walk. Our friends have decorated their homes with warm touches that we think you'll enjoy. Gathering these photos together left us hoping that you'll be inspired to bring the outdoors in this Christmas holiday.
By bringing snow, pinecones, pine garland, and wooden ornaments in your home, you will be creating a primitive Christmas decor feel.
This look is beautiful and brings life to your decor.
Some might immediately think primitive Christmas decor means masculine, but we'd love to show you different.
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Primitive Christmas Decor Ideas
Primitive Christmas Decorated Mantel
Monique at The Thankful Farmhouse decorated her home with beautiful touches from outside.
She has a forest of trees of all different sizes. Each one snow-kissed.
Adding a dough bowl and logs into the decorations brings in the farmhouse look.
Christmas Primitive Centerpiece Idea
If you have a special dinner planned or want a romantic look, check out these simple bottles with dinner candles by Svenja Traumzahause.
And to bring in the Christmas spirit adding a few pine twigs makes things perfectly festive.
This picture would be a great addition to our Minimalist Christmas Decorations post.
Don't you agree?
Farmhouse White Primitive Mantle
Amanda's living area at Farmhouse 165 is decorated sweetly. The ‘O Holy Night' word art, accented with floating red ornaments add beauty.
The different sizes and shapes of trees, wrapped in burlap or homed in a crock give the look of winter indoors.
Rae Dunn Christmas Kitchen
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Jenna, At Home with Jenna, has a fantastic collection! Displaying all of her fabulous pieces in cabinets with glass doors and nuzzling in some red ornaments says Merry Christmas without too much trouble.
Also, tying a red ribbon around her canisters is another pretty addition.
Primitive Christmas Tree Decorations
The snow blanketing the limbs of the trees will make you want to cozy up next to the fire with some hot apple cider.
Minimalist Christmas Entryway
A basket is also the perfect thing to hold your tree up.
The look of different trees lining the stairs is an excellent alternative to the garland.
Primitive Christmas Sled Decorations
Are you loving the primitive Christmas decor as much as we are?
If so, check out this sled used as decor on a coffee table by Heather at Farmhouse for 8. It's a rustic piece with an antiqued lantern and pine twigs and pinecones.
Country Primitive Christmas Fireplace Garland Idea
This beautiful garland by The Mtn Blue Bird Co on the fireplace mantel is accompanied by great wooden art pieces that tell of the favorite things this home enjoys about the holidays.
Reading through each one will brings memories and sweet wishes for amazing days ahead with family.
Primitive Advent Calendar Idea
Adding Mason jar Christmas decorations to your home will enhance the farmhouse feeling for sure.
Have you been inspired to add some primitive Christmas decor to your home this holiday season?
We sure can't wait to add some outdoors into our indoors this year.
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