Kellie Pickler Reveals New Holiday Collection From Selma Drye Home Goods Line [Photo Gallery]

In 2015, Kellie Pickler and the Grand Ole Opry collaborated to create Selma Drye, a home goods line featuring multi-purpose and practical items that have both Southern sensibility and style. The line was inspired by Kellie’s great-grandmother, Selma Drye.

“My grandparents on my father’s side, the Picklers, had a big part in raising me, and my grandmother, Faye Pickler, her mother, Selma, lived in this little trailer in front of ours in Albermarle, North Carolina,” Kellie told Nash Country Daily in 2015. “So this line was inspired by her and the women of her generation, they’re things they would love. They’re items with multiple uses.”

Just in time for Christmas, Kellie has revealed the Selma Drye 2016 holiday collection, which includes ornaments, candelabras, festive frames, cake plates, decorative wreaths and more. The collection also features a handpicked selection of silver trays, tea sets and mugs and a one-of-a-kind snow globe that plays Kellie’s rendition of “White Christmas.”

“For the 2016 holiday collection, I wanted to ensure the new pieces mixed and matched easily with the holiday items from last year’s line,” said Kellie. “I love warm whites and silver at Christmastime, so those were the primary colors I selected for this season’s collection additions, and I think it came together nicely. Then, when it came to deciding what Christmas song to record for the 2016 snow globe, the decision was easy . . . it had to be ‘White Christmas.’ It’s my hope that everyone can see adding some of these pieces to their own holiday décor collection.”

Take a look at some of the new items in Kellie’s 2016 holiday collection.



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