Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Although neither of us have Irish heritage (that we know about anyway) and only claim to speak fluent blarney, I do enjoy decorating a bit for this fun holiday. I typically keep things simple with vignettes of green and gold. Here’s a quick tour of my St. Patty’s Day décor. In the entry way the dresser holds an Irish blessing I found online last year and a few touches of green and gold in the form of candles and glass.
My holiday tree got a few shamrocks and a gold garland with a little leprechaun hiding amongst them.
And my simple St. Patrick’s wall hanging was placed between the closets.
In the family room the media cabinet also got some green and gold vignettes, including more candles (notice one of my DIY pedestals?!) and a cute little gold shamrock print I found online.
The mantel holds a large print and my DIY button rainbow art from a few years back, with – you guessed it – more green and gold.
I paired a gold votive with my thrifted white crock filled with shamrocks on the table beside my chair. To finish it off I added our gold-tinged monogram.
The pillow covers I picked up around Christmas time were perfect for my chair and the ottoman near the entryway.
The dining room got a simple centerpiece of split pea and a flameless candle, while the buffet in the background holds a cloche of my DIY blarney stone and gold coins.
Apparently the hubs agrees with my choice of print for the mantel because I found this little addition the other day. Guess you don’t have to be Irish to be lucky! 🙂