Popping in with some new country holiday decor to share today: table runners, window treatments, kitchen towels, candle mats and more! Shop all of our new items here, and we’ll be back on Friday with some more customer favorites!
Shop by collection:
Black and white is the new red and green! These black wool felt table runner makes a stunning and unique holiday place setting.
This wool felt table runner in shades of barn red and nutmeg is loads of fun for the kids table– or the grownups who are kids at heart.
Share the Joy
And if you’d rather shop new country holiday decor by category:
Share the Joy valance
(Shop curtain hardware here!)
Pine Tree wishes fairfield valance
Evergreen Christmas valance
Christmas Blessings tea-dyed valance
Snow Guy table runner
All is Calm table runner
Fall Medley nutmeg table runner
Sunflower table runner
Crowing table runner
Snow Guy candle mat
Sunflower Power candle mat
Ever Thankful candle mat
Plaid orchard pumpkins candle mat
Kitchen and Dish Towels
Family of 5
Give Thanks dish towel set
Whimsy snowman kitchen towel set
Snowman Sam kitchen towel set
Cardinal Christmas pillow
And if you haven’t seen our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide, check it out right here!
Have a great day!
Is it safe to assume every shopping mall and drugstore in the country is already decked out with Christmas and winter holiday decorations?
Fine! We’re excited to get into the holiday spirit too, and to prove it, we’ve got a fun holiday post for you today, with a preview of some of the 200 new items we’ve added for the 2012 season.
Brand new this year…
This line has a lot of really neat accessories, including a soap dispenser, cookie jar, pot holder, spoon rest and some darling salt and pepper shakers.
This collection of embroidered cotton table linens and accessories has a really charming traditional pattern and it will complement well with other solid reds and greens you might already have.
More from Pearson’s! The critters we added from Pearson’s last year were a big hit, and now we’ve got some winter snow men (and women!) from the same family!
Tree troppers, ornaments and skirts!
Some more old favorites…
Have you started decorating for the holidays yet?