Welcome to the 2018 It’s A Wonderful House Christmas Home Tour! I am so excited to be included in this blog hop with 11 other talented bloggers. Get ready for some serious Christmas eye candy!
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Christmas Home Tour
If you are coming from Living Large In A Small House thank you for being here! I participated in the this home tour last year and you can see that here. There are 12 of your favorite home decor bloggers sharing their Holiday Homes with you all week. So grab a cup of your favorite drink, turn on some Christmas music and settle in for some gorgeous Christmas inspiration! A huge thank you to Angelina from Petite Haus for hosting this blog hop. Enjoy!
Let’s start with the outdoor entry which received an update last week.
Kitchen And Dining
I really enjoy decorating for all holidays, but especially for Christmas. Letterboards are so fun and you can come up with really creative sayings to reflect the Holidays.
This year I really scaled back on my Christmas decor and I’m really enjoying it. As the rooms are not that large, I don’t like it to feel cluttered. A few touches are all you really need to make a home feel festive.
A tutorial for the Home Mason Jars can be seen here. The focal point in the kitchen and open dining area is the large farmhouse style butcher block table that I refinished here. The sugar pine cones are a simple, but festive addition to the back of the chairs.
You will see bottle brush trees throughout the tour. I just love them and they come in so many cool colors now! If you prefer all white, you can actually bleach them. I share a simple tutorial on how to bleach, dye and decorate with bottle brush trees here.
The ladder in the dining area is fun to decorate. A garland of winter stems and cotton stems, along with knit stockings is all that’s needed.
I’ve had this large chalkboard forever and added a large wreath from Trader Joe’s to it along with a few chalk trees. It’s definitely a statement piece in the room.
You can see a tutorial for the fun Christmas Countdown calendar here.
The chandelier may be my favorite thing in the dining area. The garland is so pretty and I love the clear blue glass ornaments. Simple touches really make it festive!
I added a few Christmas pillows and a couple of super comfy throws to the living room sofa and chair.
I hung an elegant Christmas wreath that you can see here.
The angel wings were purchased from Decor Steals several years ago and found a new home above the couch. I’m not sure if they will stay there, but I love them there for Christmas.
The Christmas Tree
This was the first year I decorated my tree with a blush and metallic decor and I just love it! It’s fun and perfect for my daughter and I.
There are vintage pink glass ornaments in a dough bowl under the tree and DIY copper leaf ornaments on the tree.
Well, that is it for my Christmas home tour. I hope you enjoyed it. Next on the home tour is Lincluden Cottage. You will love her beautiful home!
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