I’m still having trouble grasping that the holiday season is upon us again. Christmas is one of Mike and my favorite holidays – and we’re even more excited to celebrate this year since it will be our first Christmas in the new house. We’ve been searching for, pinning and discussing our holiday decorating strategy for weeks now (I know, we’re nerdy like that) and it has us excited to break out the decorations while the Thanksgiving leftovers are still warm. That is, if we had any holiday decorations…

Christmas Stocking Roundup

When we were in our old apartment we had one bookshelf and a coffee table to decorate. I’m not kidding. That was about all the ‘open space’ we could free up in our little one bedroom place to both decorate and later store holiday decor. We’d get a real tree each year (because we like the fragrance, and also because we could recycle it at the end of the season – no storage required). And yes, we fit a 6′ live tree in Mike’s Scion xD each year. Here’s proof. Needless to say, it’s time to invest in some beautiful, quality, grown-up holiday decorations this year. And I’m excited to shop for them!

One of the things I’m most excited to get this year is a pair of Christmas stockings for us that I’m hoping to hang from our banister (since we don’t have a mantel). I’m totally torn though on what style I like, so I decided to show you guys a round up of the my favorites. Also, it’s a crime that I’ve spent so much time searching for these stockings, so I figured I’d share the love with you in case you’re in the market for some too. As you can probably tell from my top picks, I’m feeling a rustic and vintage vibe with a hint of glam – if that makes any sense at all. We’ll see where I end up when it’s all said and done. Here goes…

Natural Quilted Stocking, Mark & Graham - $34
Natural Quilted Stocking, Mark & Graham – $34

 

Felt Snowflake Stocking, West Elm - $24
Felt Snowflake Stocking, West Elm – $24
Knit Nordic Pom-Pom Stocking (in Cream), Macy's - $20
Knit Nordic Pom-Pom Stocking (in Cream), Macy’s – $20
Purl Soho Felt Stocking, West Elm - $19
Purl Soho Felt Stocking, West Elm – $19

What do you guys think? Let me know your favorite pick in a comment below! What holiday decorations are you most excited about? Do you have an overall holiday decor theme this year?

 

 

13 Comments on Christmas Stockings

  1. Hey Brie! Stockings are really special to me and our family because my Nany made them all for us but I do realize some people use different stockings every year just to change it up, so you need to find out how you feel about it. I really like all your choices but I am leaning toward the Knit Nordic Pom-Pom Stocking -which I feel is o fun for you two or the Felt Snowflake Sticking which is also kinda fun and was just catching my eye! Good luck and have fun!!! I hope to come see your home decorated!! ❀️Sarah

    • SARAH! Thanks so much for finding my blog! πŸ™‚ I totally agree with you that stockings are special so I’m definitely looking to purchase these for the long haul. You know me too well – the colorful choice is right up our alley. You HAVE to come over and see the house when we get it all decorated. Mike is especially excited for decorating with lights outside, too. πŸ™‚

  2. Hi Brie Brie πŸ™‚ you’re such a sweet person, thanks for sharing this blog with us πŸ™‚ I personally think natural quilted stocking would look cute in ur house πŸ™‚ since your house is so modern and adorable :))

    • Thanks so much, Vicky! I love sharing my thoughts on this blog, so thank YOU for reading! I love the quilted stocking too – such a tough choice. I need to decide soon and get these babies ordered!

  3. hi brie im so enjoying ur blog πŸ™‚ i like stocking #1 its so lovely we are the same as you we are about to spend our first christmas in our new house and i am hoping to make our stockings this year for our brand new mantle lol im super excited for christmas this year your home is beautiful brie i love ur kitchen with ur table lots of love arlene x

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