No-Fireplace Christmas Stocking Solutions

No-Fireplace-Christmas-Stocking-Ideas-Solutions-Serena-&-Lily-Ladder-William-Sonoma-Cashmere-Thow-Asos-Blanket-Scarf-West-Elm-Tree-Topper-Felt-Ornaments-This-Christmas-Gift-Wrap-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJ 3No-Fireplace-Christmas-Stocking-Ideas-Solutions-Serena-&-Lily-Ladder-William-Sonoma-Cashmere-Thow-Asos-Blanket-Scarf-This-Christmas-Gift-Wrap-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-NY-NJ 3Serena & Lily teak ladder // William-Sonoman cashmere green throw // stockings {old West Elm – similar} // plaid throw {really an ASOS oversized scarf – dual uses!} // stocking ornaments {old Anthropolgie – love this year’s version!} // West Elm felt tree ornaments // Homegoods basket {similar}

Our house was as built in the 1950’s as a traditional single story bungalow {hence the nickname!}, and with its proximity to both the bay & beach, was most likely used only a few months out of the year as a beach house. Hence {much to my dismay} we don’t have a fireplace in the house – the quintessential place to hang Christmas stockings! Until the day comes when we either have one installed or move, finding a place to put our Christmas stocking has always been a challenge {no staircase either – the second best place to hang the stockings!}. The first few years we live in the house I hung our stockings on the coat rack on the wall. However seeing as we live in the North East, winter coats get their fair share of exercise this time of year, and the coat rack ended up looking a wreck by the end of the day.

Then a few years ago I picked up this ladder from Serena & Lily to hang throws on, and it inadvertently solved my Christmas stocking placement issues! Throughout the rest of the year it’s usually stacked with cozy throws, but I’ve also used it to hang magazines on in my office, towels in the bathroom & outside for pool parties, and I most recently styled one of clients S&L ladders {I recommend them to almost everyone!} with their Holiday cards.

I may eventually have the stockings monogramed with each of our initials, but for right now I love the idea of having an ornament that represents everyone – a lumberjack for Billy & snow bunny for me, and bones for Bella & Cody {Bella’s has a bow, of course!}.

Here’s some more ideas:

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3 thoughts on “No-Fireplace Christmas Stocking Solutions

  1. stockings were always my favorite part about Christmas!! and if I must say-so-myself, I am the best-est at stuffing those things!!!!

    the house looks very pretty!!!

  2. Love the look! I have the side rails from Amanda and Matt’s old crib. Right now I use it as a dog barrier but it would look great with blankets and quilts hung on it. Hmmmm thanks for the ideas!

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