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Single-Ingredient Holiday Decor, 10 Ideas

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Single-Ingredient Holiday Decor, 10 Ideas

Julie Carlson December 13, 2013

Some of us are geniuses at Remodelista when it comes to floral arrangements (Alexa, are you reading this?). Others, not so much (self included). That’s why I gravitate toward the single-ingredient arrangement–it’s amazing how nice a pine branch stuck in a bottle can look.

Above: A single pine branch, via RAW design blog.

Above: Ferns as wreaths? Genius; they won’t last more than a couple of days, but good for a party. Via Batixa.

Above: A single pine bough; courtesy of By Fryd.

Above: Pine boughs under glass; via Bo Bedre.

Above: Our own Alexa recently put together a DIY holiday table with a couple of evergreen branches as a centerpiece (we’ll be copying this one).

Above: Pine cones strung on a cord; I’ll be trying this at home.

Above: Delicate pine branches as centerpiece, via Sunday Suppers.

Above: A simple holiday table via Plateful of Love.

Above: Pine cones corralled in chicken wire? Yes. Via Caisa K.

Above: A simple bowl of pine needles and you’re done; via Accessorize Your Home.

Above: Our resident low-key holiday pine branch arranger Justine has it covered.

Want more holiday decorating ideas? See Scandinavian Holiday Decor, Fire Included.

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