{friday finds: enhancing your decor for the holiday season}


November is a season of change. From autumn towards winter. From Thanksgiving towards Christmas and the new year. And we just love to decorate for the seasons. So, while you warm up for colder weather, we have some tips and tricks to make your home look perfect for the holiday season.

Credit: AThoughtfulPlaceBlog.com

Credit: A Thoughtful Place Blog

If you have the handwriting for it, chalkboards are all the rage right now. And what’s even better is that you can just wipe it clean and change the design as the seasons change! This simple design is fun and Wintery, with the help of some fun lyrics, and some easy-to-make snowflakes! You can even make your own chalkboard with Benjamin Moore chalkboard paint you can pick up at your local Hirshfield’s.

Pinecones are a simple, inexpensive way to decorate for the holiday season. Tie some twine onto a pinecone and add a little ribbon for an easy ornament. Or, add some to a glass centerpiece with a candle for a simple holiday centerpiece that is also appropriate for Thanksgiving. Even adding some glue and glitter to a pinecone can make it a pretty accent in your home for the holidays.

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Believe it or not, burlap is a simple and inexpensive way to spruce up a tree, or even make a garland. With the addition of some lights, this tree is adorable and ready for the holiday season. That’s a hot trend this season, and a conveniently inexpensive one at that!

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This is a fun and inexpensive way to decorate your front door, or even create a letter to hang within your home. All it takes is some ribbon, or even burlap, the first letter of your last name, and some faux berries found at your local craft store. This can be tweaked to be as festive or as neutral as you wish.

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These are just a few of the ways you can use some inexpensive items to make your home cheery and bright for the upcoming holiday season. Have fun and happy holidays from all of us at Hirshfield’s!

Since Frank and Elizabeth Hirshfield opened their first store in 1894, it has been our mission to do the best job possible meeting customer needs and solving customer problems. Hirshfield’s. People and products you can trust.

2 Responses to “{friday finds: enhancing your decor for the holiday season}”

  1. Tammy Twinkle Says:

    Beautiful! I love the simplicity.


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