This Christmas I am thrilled to be bringing you some of my favorite brands. Cody Foster is one I am grinning ear to ear about! You guys have seen me show their houses but did you know they make fabulous accent decor and ornaments?
One of the main reasons I really enjoy decorating with Cody Foster is their love for all things vintage and their fun approach to designing unique products. For example, one of their most famous ornaments is a stick of butter! I first discovered their houses several years ago at market and fell in love with them. Each house is made of paper mache and handcrafted meticulously! Each detail on the houses are just so special.
Today I am going to show you how easy it is style and decorate with their accent decor! Thank you Cody Foster for allowing me to use your beautiful holiday line this season!
I love a simply stated mantle. Today I used a 6ft garland and draped it down on both side. I like to layer my garlands so I added several picks into the garland to give it more color and texture. I then used Cody Foster beaded garland and draped it down, off of the garland. This fireplace mantle is not very wide at all so I added items that weren’t large. However, if your mantle allows for more room, you can add houses and more candles. I kept it pretty simple here.
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These houses add so much character to your decor. Whether your styling a bookshelves, creating a village, or vignette, these houses stand out beautifully. Some of the houses come pre-lit and the others have an opening to place lighting in the interior. I used battery operated fairy lights. If you are wanting to start a collection see below links. 🙂
As I mentioned before, I love their antique inspired designs. They have an assortment of fun vintage ornaments that I just love. Some easy ways to style your coffee table is to add ornaments into a glass vase with snow. Another idea is to use a glass bowl and place ornaments around a votive candle.
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Thank you for following along today! I hope you were able to learn something new or fall in love with Cody Foster as much as I have. I’d love to hear what you have to say, let me know in the comments. Thank you again to Cody Foster for partnering with me on this post.
Until Next Time,