Learn how you can create a warm, festive holiday atmosphere in your greenhouse and make it the perfect holiday getaway spot or outdoor entertaining.
A quick guide on how you can decorate your greenhouse for the holiday season, with ideas from Christmas lights and decorative snowmen to elegant wreaths, floral arrangements and more.
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The holidays are a time of joy and celebration, but they can also be a lot of work. I
f you’re like me, you might be looking for ways to add some holiday charm to your home without spending too much time or money. One easy way to do that is by decorating your greenhouse.
In this post, I’ll share some tips on how to do that.
Today, I am sharing How to Add Beautiful Holiday Charm to The Greenhouse.
Come on, I’ll show you.
The holidays are a time for happiness, family, friends, and festivities.
It can also be a time of great joy for gardeners!
December is the perfect month to add some holiday cheer to your greenhouse.
Here are a few tips on how to do just that!
How do I Add Beautiful Holiday Charm to The Greenhouse?
I had these wall sconces sitting in a bucket in my barn.
They were just too good to get rid of, but I just wasn’t sure where to use them.
Until I walked into my greenhouse,
I knew instantly that they would add charm and character on either side of the great mirror.
I love this mirror!
And I love it in the entry way of the greenhousse.
I found this mirror on Facebook Marketplace for such a steal.
It looks great above this vintage wicker loveseat.
Don’t the sconces look great next to the mirror?
I added the pinecone wreath that I made recently.
It adds even more charm to this area.
To see how I made it, click here.
I draped these great faux garlands around the mirror to add a festive touch.
Doesn’t it feel warm and cozy?
I wanted to go with a bird, plaid and woodland theme.
I had this beautiful wood birdhouse in the greenhouse, so I decided to add a bit of greenery and a plaid bow to it.
It makes such a fun centerpiece to the coffee table.
I used three of my vintage brass candlesticks, some greenery picks and a sweet little bird.
Adding a few holiday decorations to your greenhouse is a great way to get into the spirit of the season.
By following these simple tips, you can create a winter wonderland that will be sure to bring a smile to your face on even the coldest days.
So why not give it a try?
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I continued the woodland, bird and plaid theme to the Christmas tree as well.
I have always wanted a flocked Christmas tree.
They are so whimsical.
I got this tree from King of Christmas-they have the most amazing collection of Christmas trees and decor.
See how I decorated the Christmas tree here.
Now that you’ve seen some of the ways you can add a touch of holiday cheer to your greenhouse, it’s time to get started!
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And look how adorable these Christmas gifts are.
To see how I wrapped them, see the post here.
I draped the same greenery garlands around the exterior door.
I added a beautiful Christmas wreath to the door.
I used some faux greenery picks in the vintage urns and tied a red plaid bow on the obelisks.
It just makes me so giddy when I see how inviting this is.
The greenhouse is a great place to have a Christmas Tea Party with your friends and family.
Getting your greenhouse ready for the holidays is a fun and easy way to spread some cheer.
By following these simple tips, you can add a touch of holiday magic to your space that will make every day feel a little brighter.
So why not give it a try? If you want more inspiration, be sure to subscribe to our blog, Pinterest, and Instagram where we’ll be sharing even more ideas in the coming weeks.
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