French Inspired Christmas Decor: 20 Stunning Holidays

Do you love French inspired Christmas decor? Today we’re sharing 20 gorgeous examples of European holiday styling that’s sure to inspire!

One of the ways I love to get ideas for my own Christmas decorating is by perusing Pinterest. Each year I look around and find inspiration for what I might do the following year. And of course, because I love French or European style Christmas decor, that is a look I often gravitate to.

So today I’m sharing 20 of the most beautiful French Inspired Christmas images. While not all these are technically in France, each of these homes has a European sensibility.

Whether neutral or full of color, all of them have a few things in common. They emphasize natural styling, lots of greenery, live trees, spare decor, and natural accents like fruits and nuts. The look is often simple, yet it still feels cozy and inviting.

 

One of my favorite images ever! Love the mantel decor as well as that cute tree in a basket on wheels. See the rest of the home here.

 

Simple but beautiful garland highlights the gorgeous entryway. Via Rosemary Beach Holiday Tour of Homes.

 

Pamela Pierce is one of my favorite designers and her Christmas is so gorgeous with just a simple unadorned tree and white roses. Via Milieu

 

A beautiful French-inspired Christmas scene via Boxwood Avenue.

 

Lovely kitchen inspiration Via Finding Lovely.

 

Via Country Home.

 

Via Rachel Folkman.

 

So simple and so cute. Via The Merry Thought.

 

These amazing planters were featured in the Atlanta Homes Christmas Showhouse via Cindy Hattersley Design.

 

Via Micah & Co.

 

Gorgeous with so much texture. Via Veranda magazine.

 

French farmhouse beauty via Dreamy Whites.

 

Beautiful and simple mantel styling via So Much Better with Age.

 

I love this gorgeous natural garland loaded with pinecones. Via French Country Cottage.

 

Be still my heart! Gorgeous but simple outdoor Christmas decor. Via Hverdagslykkelise.

 

An Old World European Inspired Christmas via Tidbits & Company.

 

Via Your Marketing BFF.

 

Such a pretty scene via Homemade Farmhouse.

 

From my European Inspired Christmas in the Family Room Tour.

 

Gorgeous inspiration via Liz Marie.

 

I hope this beautiful French inspired Christmas decor has inspired you – or at least helped you plan for next year!

Happy Holidays!

Sheila
xo

If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out more holiday decor inspiration below: 

Stunning Neutral Christmas Decor – the Top 20!

European & French Christmas Decor Shopping Guide

Green & White Christmas Decor in the Kitchen

French Inspired Christmas Decor in the Living Room

 

Stunning French Inspired Christmas Decor graphic on Maison de Cinq

 

 

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8 Comments

  1. Hi Sheila,

    All are absolutely STUNNING homes and designs! Thank you for sharing such gorgeous inspiration! The beautiful mantle with off white stockings is from Shannan at TeaHouseDesigns on IG. She was featured in Country Home Magazine (as you listed), but just wanted to give credit to the specific, talented lady behind it.

    Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

    1. Aww I’m so glad you loved them too Tara! And thanks for the info- I’ll add that! 🙂

      Merry Christmas to you as well!

      Sheila

  2. Beautiful images, thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas!

    1. Thank you Mara – I’m so glad you enjoyed it!

      Happy Holidays to you!

      Sheila

  3. where did the large white rocking horse on the floor of the living room come from, pleas
    e.

    1. Hi Karen that isn’t my home so I’m not sure. You can try reaching out to the blogger it belongs to by clicking the link below the photo.

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Sheila

  4. Sharon Kaekel says:

    Such beautiful and peaceful pictures of comfort within a home.
    Thank you for sharing.

    1. Aww I’m so glad you loved them too!

      Happy Holidays!

      Sheila