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Holiday Decor: Rustic Luxe


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There's a trend in holiday decor this year to go rustic luxe - think iconic Christmas meets modern fixtures, luxe textiles (plush faux fur and deep red plaids), and glam accents (like gold accessories). I'm totally on board because who doesn't love the idea of a cozy winter lodge all decked out for the season? Today I'm here to show you just how easy and affordable this trend can be, too.



Stick with a simple yet sophisticated color palette of black, white, and gray with hints of red and gold. Aim for a moody atmosphere while sipping your hot cocoa around the hearth.

If you're in need of a new dining room table for hosting, this one is solid wood and looks like a custom farmhouse table that would cost thousands. And it's only $486!

Looking for new dinnerware? Holly motifs are all well and good, but why not try this unexpected black marble dinnerware instead? The 12-piece set is just $52.

For my home, I picked up this cheery pillow (it's reversible!) for just $10. I can put it in the guest room or on a comfy chair for a pop of color in my otherwise neutral decor.

I also ordered this throw - the braided faux fur is so unique! I love the texture.

And I got these 100% cotton flannel sheets for the master. Only $30 for a king size set. I love the classic yet modern grey plaid pattern. Walmart.com has so many options to get your bedrooms ready for holiday guests without spending a lot.

Shop the trend with more of my picks below, whether for yourself or the perfect gift - starting at just $10!



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