Sharing a few favorites from the holiday steals at Crate &Barrel. If you purchase something from a link I will receive a tiny commission with no additional cost to you.
One of my favorite places to visit during the holidays is Crate & Barrel. Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma round out the holiday shopping parade. I know. What does that say about me? Let me wander Santa’s Shop at Williams-Sonoma and that is a magical experience for me. I was the mom who never took her kids to see Santa; I was so creeped out by who maybe Santa. Of course, the irony is I had no problem taking my daughter to see some person dressed as Arthur (the Ardbark) at a book signing. So when the Holiday Steals at Crate + Barrel email was in my inbox I thought what is not to love and share!
Sidenote: That was a very long wind about way to get to my favorite finds! #squirrel
Here are a few of my favorite holiday steals at with my favorite boxes for storage. A few of these are already on the way.
My Favorite Holiday Steals at Crate & Barrel
I love the ornaments at Crate & Barrel. They are affordable and a combination of trendy and classic.
Both my Realtor side and blogger side love this little white house with an interior light.
I love this one too! It’s so pretty! And it costs less than a cup of coffee!
I am not a big gnome fan, but after watching Eurovision with Will Ferrell I have a better understanding of the significance of Nordic gnomes.
This gnome ornament would make a fun gift to attach to a bottle of wine.
I forgot how much I love the Balsam scent until my girlfriend had the candle version of this on our kitchen island last week after a couple bottles of wine and current event conversations.
This fun blogger and blogger friend was trending that night too.
Okay, this potted mini pine tree is too cute! And, I love the white container. However, I just bought 5, yes 5 little pine trees from Hobby Lobby for about 40% less. So I am going to pass on this one for myself.
But, this would make a cute hostess gift. I never thought to give an artificial pine tree, but maybe next year when parties come back onto the social calendar!
I love these creamy-white votives! I buy them every couple of years. They are perfect for a small space like a bathroom or entry table. And I think they work well for January too (so you get one holiday + a season of joy) with these creamy white votives.
Okay, this one might throw you for a loop because it has nothing to do with Christmas. But, at just under $5.00 a plate (yes it’s a plate-I checked) these would be fun to have for your kids, grandkids, or in my case my nieces and nephews! I bought toast shaped plates a few years ago so the egg plates might be a bit too much.
My brother makes eggs and bacon every Saturday for his girls. These might show up under their tree from their Auntie Laura. Or maybe their grandma should buy these for them!
Finally, the farmhouse collection is a fun, practical collection for the basics. And, they match. A few years ago my kids bought a few of the white serving dishes and I use them all the time. I used the smaller ones the most if you are not sure about what size to buy!
Have a wonderful weekend and celebrate the moments!