To get out of the house and get into the Christmas spirit, Brian suggested we go to the mall. After a long week of work, I wasn’t thrilled about the prospect of being on my feet, but I didn’t want to spend another free night by myself while Brian slept on the couch at 7pm. (By the way, I still need suggestions for my winter bucket list! See link above. Please and Thank you!)
In spite of my sore feet, I had a wonderful time. I was totally inspired by Macy’s, Williams Sonoma, and Pottery Barn! This was my first time in a physical Pottery Barn, and it was magical. But expensive. As were Macy’s and Williams Sonoma. Interestingly enough, I knew for a fact that Target had many of the same or very similar items, for considerably less. I enlightened Brian on this subject until he asked if I could please stop talking about Target.
Since you dear readers aren’t tired of me talking about Target, yet, here’s some of my favorite cozy decor:
This winter I’m loving the red and white, the fair isle and plaid patterns, and the mix of silver and wood. It’s cozy cabin meets elegant country cottage.
Brian wants a pancake flipper for Christmas, and I think this will compliment it perfectly.
In addition to the peppermint hot chocolate, Williams Sonoma also has classic hot chocolate, and salted carmel hot chocolate.
I think all those flavors of hot chocolate call for a hot chocolate party!
These lovely invites are free to download here from A Pair of Pears. Visit their post for matching labels, signs, and decor ideas. I think a hot chocolate party might be the perfect theme for a casual get together!
Even if I don’t have time to throw a hot chocolate party, I might get a few more flavors to give my parents and in-laws for Christmas. I never know what to get them, and I think anyone would really enjoy these.
Have you done any Christmas shopping yet? Who is the hardest person to shop for on your list?
By the way, this is not a sponsored post. I just love Target, Williams Sonoma, and Pottery Barn and wanted to share the love!