Kicking off the week with another holiday decor tour, I’m excited to share my home office decked out for the season ahead! I spend the majority of my hours in this room, so it was definitely a space I wanted to turn some attention toward, making it feel cozy & festive for the season ahead. Click through to see how it’s looking, to browse the details, and of course for the source links… I kept it simple this year!
Before you scroll on (and in case you missed earlier parts of the tour), be sure to check out my equestrian inspired Christmas living room tour and a closer look at our equestrian inspired Christmas tree. I know… I hope you’re not over horses yet. I’ll never be, ha. Let’s dive in! I’ve got more Ralph Lauren, cedar garland, and wispy pampas grass to share with you.
Admittedly, my giant iMac is an eyesore (the elephant in the room), but it’s my command center for design, all things blogging, photos, and editing. It lives on my desk permanently and while it’s ugly… this is a realistic picture of what my office looks like and my huge computer is a necessity. Having a floor outlet is very helpful though, so my cords are neatly tucked away. Check out this post for tips & advantages of implementing floor outlets, and for a closer look at the one in my office!
I still love my little ottoman- it floats around my office. Emmett probably uses it more than anyone. He’ll come in to chat and pulls it up as a seat… because let’s be real- the daybed belongs to the dogs. My small secondhand RL bag perfectly fit my holiday theme this year, so I had to include it in some photos! I have a thing for suede and soft textures at the moment. Anyone else?
I think my candleholder wall sconce holiday vignette may be my favorite in this room! The way this wall glows and the light jumps around is something special.
I’ll never tire of viola marble, candles in glass hurricanes, and pretty design books… ahem, Ralph Lauren A Way of Living. Check out the best interior design books for timeless home inspiration here. That’s the book that inspired my entire holiday direction this year.
I’ve also got my 2024 planner started already! These arrived in the Tuesday Made shop a couple weeks ago and I’ve loved getting organized early for the year ahead. I’ve already got dates and 2024 appointments logged. Who else prefers a physical planner? I keep a digital calendar, too… but there’s something about physically jotting down notes and crossing off your to-do list. We have a few left, if you’d like one!
I still can’t believe Emmett built this custom credenza for me… not to mention, he hand carved round hardware. What a feat! I still love it. This room really didn’t require the addition of horses because I obviously already have plenty. From my beautiful horse art gallery wall to my antique marble horse with little equine treasures & gifts mixed in, this room is pretty equestrian centered year round (because it’s my office and that’s what I’m into).
I did layer my favorite budget-friendly pampas grass garland, that oddly looks like horsehair, onto the credenza for added monochromatic texture. I also styled a little tree into one of our glazed handle vases, tied with a matching ribbon.
Sometimes these little holiday nods are all you really need… and they have staying power well into winter.
The daybed also stayed as is. After much debate, I added a strand of garland above my antique landscape painting again this year. My internal debate on that was to buy an extra garland for myself, OR leave it in the shop inventory… it sells out every year and our waitlist is a mile long. I know someone really wanted it, but I decided to be selfish this time. Ha! After all, I did tell everyone back in October, “grab your garland now!”
We added these darling mini wreaths to the shop this year and they are so easy to hang and style! I think we have one or two of those left. I went heavy on the ribbon this season, but I think it’s a fun way to add color, texture, and play with scale. Maybe the unpopular opinion, but I love a long ribbon tail… it feels dramatic. I also obviously have a thing for woven lighting. Layering is the name of the game when it comes to classic holiday decor.
If you’re looking for a really good winter or holiday candle, Jordan gifted me the Lodge candle and it’s one I wish we could replicate for the shop… it’s so nice! Our clawfoot pedestals are back, by the way. I love those year round, but especially for the holidays. Paired with your favorite candle, it’s the perfect gift.
I’ve got sources for you (lots of high & low mixing in this room, too)… plus, quite a bit of vintage. I’ll link what I can!
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Please let me know if you’re curious about anything that didn’t make the collage. I’m happy to share sources with you or help find something similar to a vintage item.
I do still love it, and honestly- no… I can’t think of anything I would change.
Yes! Make sure you click here and sign up for a restock notification. We’ll email you once they’re back. We should have more arriving at the end of January- perfect timing for winter.
They’re custom window treatments from Calico. You can read all about them and the process in the post I linked!
Ha! This is their house and that is basically a very expensive dog bed. It is upholstered in performance fabric, so I’m not at all worried about it. I love that they lounge with me while I work.
My barley twist desk was the perfect antique addition for my home office… I love it so much. Emmett repaired and refinished it for me. He took a long solo trip to Idaho to pick it up for me, and the console table in my office actually came from the same FBMP seller. Lucky, right? They’re not a matching set, but they kind of look like it.
I hope you enjoyed touring my office for the holidays. It’s looking warm and cozy in here as I’m typing this blog post on my ginormous computer. Here’s to a wonderful week ahead, friends!