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    After months of dreaming of a white Christmas, the time has finally come to decorate your home against the cold. We suggest bundling up and making your space as cozy as can be!

    One: White brushed twig screen, available at Mary Tuttle's Floral and Gifts.

    Two: Shimmering white forest paintings, available at Blue Dahlia Designs.

    Three: Assorted velvet, wood and garland holiday trees, available at The White Hare.

    Four: Rustic metal bells, available at The White Hare.

    Five: Two-toned basket, available at Blue Dahlia Designs.

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    Last year’s holiday season was especially celebratory for Jenna and Jason Siebert and their teenage daughter. They’d spent two years extensively renovating their new home, a 1926 bungalow in Webster Groves, and Christmas Eve of 2018 was the first time they’d hosted Jenna’s entire family in what felt like forever. On top of that, they’d accommodated 1,300 visitors during the Webster Groves Holiday House Tour earlier in the season. “During the renovation, the house was a mess,” says Jenna.

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    Christmas Tree Trends of 2018

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