Happy Friday, friends! My house is currently covered under a blanket of snow and while my plan was to slowly swap our fall decor for festive holiday items that have been tucked away this past year, I’ll admit- the weather is certainly putting me in the mood for the holiday season a little early. Now that we’re into November, I wanted to share some of the beautiful decor I’ve been packing up and shipping out in the Tuesday Made shop. I’m a bit behind, so I haven’t had time to style & photograph everything yet… but take my word for it, there are so many beautiful goods from talented creatives to be discovered. I spent months curating the collection, and I hope you enjoy it! From classic & handmade ornaments to vintage decor and gorgeous realistic greenery, these timeless holiday finds are ones you’ll love for years to come. I wanted to compile my favorites and give them a permanent place to live here on the blog. Click through for a fun Tuesday Made holiday peek!
Before you begin scrolling, I wanted to say thank you! This has been a difficult year for me (for many reasons), but one thing that remains and allows me to do what I love is your support. The shop has been such a bright spot and continues to bring me much happiness. I truly enjoy curating, connecting with you, and sending lovely packages your way. I don’t say it enough, but thank you so much for shopping small with us and for thinking of Tuesday Made! It means so much to me. This holiday season, as you’re shopping for decor & gifts, be sure to keep small businesses in mind. Even if you don’t make a purchase, engage with us on social media… that helps tremendously.
As for my top holiday decor picks from the shop? I’ll drop them into a collage below. The thumbnails aren’t clickable, so please scroll to the bottom of the collage and click each link…
01: classic gold ornament // 02: oud noir candle // 03: faceted ornament set // 04: small cedar wreath // 05: vintage french horn // 06: sleigh bell ornament // 07: camel houndstooth throw // 08: staffordshire dog ornaments // 09: pine needle garland // 10: pinecone study // 11: pearly white ornament // 12: glass icicle ornament set // 13: gilded frasier fir candle // 14: brass holiday candleholder // 15: thyme topiary // 16: woodland candle // 17: bell cluster garland // 18: real touch cedar garland // 19: vintage stocking set // 20: topaz star ornament // 21: fluted taper pillar candle // 22: pine needle spray // 23: glass hurricane // 24: frasier fir hand wash // 25: forest matchbox // 26: pura diffuser set // 27: mixed cedar wreath
This is really just a small sampling of our holiday collection- so much goodness! A few favorites have already sold out, and sadly- we won’t be able to restock any of our holiday items in time for Christmas. If you have your eye on something, it’s best to grab it early.
We have some really lovely and fun ornaments in the shop this season- and I kept our classics and best-sellers from last year. I’m planning to decorate our home with most of the same decor I used last year. I may switch up the gift wrap and add a few new ornaments, but I love how it turned out and plan to do more of the same this year.
Of course I may be biased, but I have to say- our greenery is top notch. We have the most stunning wreaths & garlands! They’re hyper realistic, require zero maintenance, and they have a classic style (meaning you won’t get sick of them in a few years). If you’re looking to invest in greenery that is made to be enjoyed year after year during the holiday season, I’m very proud of our collection and know it will last (because I’ve used it for years).
I was video chatting Laurie Anne (we’re headed to Phoenix for Thanksgiving) and she was asking how she can make her newly renovated home feel more festive for the holidays. My top three easy suggestions? Greenery (simple wreaths), candles, and cozy textiles. It’s really that easy and doesn’t take much.
I also love the idea of framing a vignette with garland. I like to do this on our mantel, a window, a large piece of furniture, etc. It just adds some festive holiday texture… like in our kitchen below.
I know it’s early, but have you started shopping for holiday decor yet? When do you plan on decorating? I’m going to try to get gift guides finished for Monday… that way they’re ready for you when you need them! I read a crazy study that said 75% of people have their holiday shopping (including gifts) finished by the end of November. I definitely do not fall into that category, but would like to. Ha! It seems more organized and stress-free. Here’s to a wonderful and productive weekend ahead!