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Mid Century Modern Christmas Styling

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I love to create a cozy atmosphere with a simplistic style. While my roots lean towards a modern farmhouse style, I’ve been incorporating more mid century modern elements for the past year. This is my first year decorating with the mid century Christmas style in mind, and I had so much fun! Learn how to style mid century modern Christmas decorations that aren’t cold or sterile!

Mid Century Modern Christmas Styling

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Holiday House Tours

Today I’m joining up on a holiday house tour with many talented bloggers! Make sure to head to their Christmas home tours via the links at the end of this post to be inspired by many styles! I always enjoy taking a virtual tour of people’s holiday decorations, and I hope you do as well!

Holiday house tours

Mid Century Modern Christmas Living Room

My living room is my favorite space to decorate for Christmas. While I didn’t go all out with a mid century modern Christmas tree, I did enjoy incorporating some modern elements into my decor. I love the look of a sparse Charlie brown tree to bring in that Scandinavian element, but I can’t resist a full tree if I have the chance!

Mid century modern Christmas tree.

My goal for my Christmas living room was to be able to keep it simple while creating a cozy environment. Since many mid century modern Christmas decorations are very simple, I just kept the theme of simplicity in mind as I styled this space.

Key Elements of Simple & Cozy Mid Century Modern Christmas Decor

The first area I added touches of mid century style to is our large window.

Create a Focal Point

The simple style of the hoop wreaths is a beautiful focal point for the room. It brings attention to the outside without overpowering the space.

Large window decorated with wreaths and garland.

Next, I added a simple single strand of lighting, which you can find all the details on in this post, and then topped it with my favorite faux garland.

I love how it dresses up the space while remaining simplistic and subdued.

Keep the Knick Knacks to a Minimum

Once I had my focal point established, I decided to only display a few key pieces on my mid century cabinetry.

Mid century cabinetry.

I always love to add in bits of vintage to my decor, no matter what the main style is that I’m going for. This year, I found this massive marble mortar and pestle at an antique store and I think it’s perfect for displaying neutral Christmas ornaments.

I also added some mid century touches with vintage glass that is probably from the 50s or 60s to help create a magical glow under the twinkle lights.

Mid century modern Christmas decorations

I love keeping a simple focal point on the wall with this beautiful sign as a reminder of why we celebrate the Christmas season. You can use code GRACEINMYSPACE for 15% off all the beautiful signs Joyfully Said has to offer!

Simplify Your Christmas Tree

The final step to keeping your mid century modern Christmas decorations simplistic yet cozy is to keep your Christmas tree simple. Like I said above, I love the look of a sparse tree, but if you enjoy a fuller tree like I do, keep it simple with minimal ornaments!

Simple mid century Christmas tree

I simply draped chunky yarn and beaded garlands on my tree to dress it up while keeping it simple. Then, I used two simple glitter picks to cascade down the side for a little flare.

I love adding a bit of warmth to the Christmas tree with a woven tree collar as well.

Shop Christmas and Living Room Sources

I hope you enjoyed a little tour of my mid century modern Christmas decorations this year! Make sure to check out all of my Christmas decor ideas this season, starting with some of my favorites below!

And, if you’re looking for decor sources, you can find the shoppable links for items like these oversized ornament candles, below!

Christmas centerpiece

My Christmas pillows are all from With Lavender and Grace! You can use code GRACE15 for 15% off her beautiful handmade pillows.


Stay Connected

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today! I hope you enjoyed a glimpse into my home. Stay tuned for many more Christmas tours over the next two weeks and make sure to check out my friends’ beautiful tours below!

22 Beautiful Holiday Home Tours

Sharing Thursday…

Cozy Christmas Kitchen // Modern Glam

A Pink Gingerbread Christmas Home Tour // The Ginger Home

Christmas Home Tour Part 2 // Finding Lovely

Christmas Kitchen Decorating Ideas // Jennifer Maune

Mid Century Modern Christmas Styling // Grace In My Space

Elegant and Cozy Christmas Bedroom // Styled With Lace

Flocked Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas // Maison de Pax

Decorating Ideas For Your Bedroom // My Sweet Savannah

Rustic Copper and Gold Christmas Decorating Ideas // Sanctuary Home Decor

Christmas Touches In The Kitchen // Sincerely, Marie

Minimal Kitchen and Dining Room Christmas Decor // Inspiration For Moms

and Sharing Friday…

Decorating Like the Movie Elf // Happy Happy Nester

Our Home at Christmastime // Lemon Grove Lane

Modern Cozy Scandinavian Style Christmas // Your Marketing BFF

Hygge Scandinavian Christmas Bedroom // Hallstrom Home

Cozy Christmas Living Room Decor // My 100 Year Old Home

Blue, Burgundy and Brown Christmas Living Room // A Blue Nest

Christmas Decorating Ideas for the Kitchen // The Happy Housie

Farmhouse Christmas Tour // Thistlewood Farms

Christmas House Tour // Craftberry Bush

Cozy Christmas Time // Dreaming of Homemaking

Cozy Christmas Living Room Decor // Twelve on Main

 

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Mid Century Modern Christmas Styling

14 Comments

  1. Be sure to follow the links at the end of this post on Christmas home tourism so that they can be influenced in many ways. I always enjoy taking people’s Virtual Holiday Decoration Tours, and I hope you do too. The simple style of hoop sheets is a beautiful focal point for the room. It draws attention to the outside without much force on the space.

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