This blog has been compensated by Scotties Facial Tissue, an Irving Consumer Products Inc. Brand. All opinions are my own.
I mean technically its Scotties Facial Tissue and Genevieve Gorder that are back again with another design collaboration for this holiday season, but I like to feel as if I had something to do with it. I mean after all they brought back my absolute favorite design from last year. Look at that chunky knit box!
Sadly though she may have been dethroned or at least sharing the throne this year because Gorder has hit it out of the park this go round. There are several more “neutral” options and I’m loving them all.
I cannot get over this abstract black and white design. If you’ve been following me for any length of time you know Genevieve Gorder is probably my favorite interior designer around. I have been taking inspiration from her since her days on Trading Spaces and I could not be more thrilled to have her designs in my home!
This box reminds me of my kitchen backsplash and I love how it pops in our guest bath. I would be remiss if I didn’t also mention that these boxes aren’t all beauty they have some serous brains behind them too. Last year was THE FIRST TIME in my adult life that I wasn’t running around with a chapped red nose all winter. Upgrading from toilet paper to these ultra soft Scotties Facial Tissues did wonders for my winter beauty routine.
Don’t worry if you love the classics they’ve got you covered there too. They brought back the sparkly snowflake design as well the holiday bird design from last year. This year Gorder threw in a sparkly tree and reindeer design as well, to help us get in that holiday spirit. After the year 2020 has been we could probably all use a little help in that department!You can also check out holiday design tips from Gorder herself here and take a look at all of these gorgeous designs and get your own boxes here.
So here’s to the happiest time of year and a less chapped season my friends thanks to Scotties Facial Tissue and Genevieve Gorder!
She has really great bones; beautiful knotty pine paneling and handmade cabinets, beautiful oak floors and tons of windows, two fireplaces one featuring beautiful stone.
Over the decades have been unkind to her to say the least. Years of cigarette smoke cover the ceilings and walls and the floors show every bit of their 70 years.