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  1. What did you use to hang your stockings on the mantel? I thought about getting the stocking holders from pottery barn but that would mean putting another thing on the mantel and i'm trying to keep it "less is more".
    Also thought about using a thumb tack but not rally keen on the little hole in my mantel.

    So, what did you use?

    1. Hi there! I used Command hooks by 3M. They work great and come off cleanly without damaging your wood or walls. They come in all sizes. Hope that helps!

  2. I thought of that. I recently painted my mantel. But was afraid that pulling it off would also take away some of the paint.

    Thanks for letting me know. I think I will try it.

  3. Everything looks so lovely! Lillie is the same way as Matt this year. She asked me how come all of our decorations were white. She told me she's pretty sure they are supposed to be red or green. Haha! So I am thinking of adding some red on the porch to satisfy her. =)

  4. Courtney,
    Oh it is so beautiful. I found you on Jennifer Rizzo's blog. Glad I found you what a great blog. I love it all is is really pretty and I am a cream and white girl so I get it. Love it.

  5. Such a pretty room to spend the Christmas season in. The neutral trend works well for your home. Hope your family embraces and enjoys it!

  6. I'm trying a neutral Christmas theme for the first time this year. Your home looks divine. Great job!

  7. I love seeing neutrals for Christmas, Courtney! And yours is just beautiful!! It simple, natural, and oh so elegant!!! Great job!

    xoxo laurie

  8. Your display is so pretty. I love white and mercury overall, and you placed everything beautifully.Your entire living room is gorgeous!

    Linking back from Holiday Home

  9. So sweet~ I love your touches of Christmas. Sharing at the party tonight- thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!

  10. So pretty! Love the naturals added to your pretty neutral base. I especially love the old chippy door and the church under cloche.

  11. Your house looks lovely – neutral and elegant. The pops of black are unexpected for Christmas but they really work – and I adore those mercury glass silhouettes!

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