Christmas Home Tour 2014
Hi there! This is the final day of the Christmas series but there will be plenty more holiday inspiration the rest of the month.
Here’s the recap:
Day one: A little Christmas tree vignette
Day two: DIY Scalloped Christmas Trees
Day three: A Natural and Thrifty Christmas Table
Day four: DIY Color Block Ornaments
Welcome to our Christmas Home Tour
The fresh cedar sprigs in my Christmas wreath still look fabulous.
You might have seen the snow wall but I added a little more color with the gold, blue, mint, and pink garland.
Our brass rhino is officially a Christmas animal and a few of my painted pinecones added to the wintery setting. 😉
The dining room table is adorned with an Urban Outfitters throw, candles, and ornaments. See, anything can be used for a table cloth/runner! 😉
Now, I had to be careful lighting the tall candlesticks near my snow wall but I wanted to show you how pretty everything was in candlelight (even in daylight!).
Here is our little Christmas tree that has to go back into it’s box Saturday. I have already started taking down wall hangings and spackling walls but we are having our annual Cocktails and Carols party tomorrow. We have one more night to enjoy our Christmas decor!
The last little project I did in our living room was our bookcase.
This is probably the least amount of decorating I have ever done for Christmas but seeing we are moving in a week and a half it’s definitely enough. I guess. Still keep putting up a little bit more each day. Ha. The kids appreciate it!!
Head over to the winter holidays, DIYs, and decor page for more articles and resources!
How is holiday decorating going at your house? Do you have your tree up?
i love all you Christmas decor. The snow wall is the best
Thanks mama! I had to take it down two days ago, I was a little sad. 🙁
your home is so lovely, kathy! i love all of the blue accents!
Thanks Cassie! Have a Happy New Year!
That snow wall is so beautiful and creative!! I hope to recreate it next year!!!
Thanks Amanda!! I think I might do it again next year. 🙂 Happy New Year!