Let's begin with a very warm welcome to my friends and readers for my Christmas home tour! I love it when you share your home designs with me, so I hope that you will enjoy my home tour just as much. Although the holidays are almost upon us, I hope that you will receive some inspiration from my home and apply it to your decorating as well. Remember, just because Christmas will be over doesn't mean you can't decorate for winter and the new year.
My Christmas Home Tour: Entryway
I can't believe Christmas is only a week away!! So let's get this tour started! This is the table in my entry way. I also like to add something to greet my guests here, since this is the first visual they see. Since I decided to go with a pink, navy and gold color scheme in my living room and a red and white in my kitchen and family room, I kept this table neutral as a good transition between rooms. I would also add that because holiday decor can be bright and busy, some strong neutral tones are great additions.
I am a crazy matchy matchy person... for this room I couldn't have a red and white Christmas tree with pink, navy and gold accents. When I saw these ornaments at Walmart I snatched them up. They are the cheap shatterproof ones which I will admit are my favorite. My kids can't break them and they are inexpensive so I can buy lots of them! Win Win!
I also added some poinsettias and some berries and curly q's! As far as the gold presents go, having wrapped packages under your tree is a great way to bring in your color scheme as well as pretty decoration. You can see my gift wrapping guide here for some of my favorites and for how I wrap my gifts.
Isn't a lit up tree at night so magical?
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I didn't go too crazy this year in my kitchen, but I wanted to add a few things to make it feel like Christmas. I cut this wooden NOEL out with my CNC machine. It is the perfect touch with my wood countertops in keeping a farmhouse Christmas theme.
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I added some greenery, ornaments and houses to my stacked tray. Fresh greenery can be picked up for pretty cheap and it smells wonderful. Faux greenery is also a good option for reusing each year.
And for my centerpiece I kept it super simple by adding some greenery and red berries.
As for my open shelves (tutorial here), I took down all my turquoise dishes and added some white houses. To bring in my colors I used some red berries and ornaments. I also added some fake cedar.
In my family room I love to incorporate a wall of green wreaths. It's a fun twist on a collage wall. I also love to use all of my little trees for added greenery.
I love my tree from the King of Christmas, it is the perfect size for this corner!
For my Christmas tree I stuck to my white and red Christmas theme. You can see my Christmas tree tutorial here for how I decorated and what I used.
I hope you've enjoyed my Christmas home tour for 2017! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of my friends and family!
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