Tour our global eclectic Christmas home office, master bedroom, and piano studio infused with colorful, modern-traditional decor.
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Bring on the garland, poinsettias, and a partridge in a pear tree. It’s day 2 of A Very Global Christmas series and I’m pleased as punch that half of my house is clean and decorated for the holidays.
Global Eclectic Christmas Home Tour
Stephanie from Casa Watkins Living and I kicked off our series yesterday with the annual My Home Style Blog hop. We shared our unique Christmas tree styles and key elements along with some of our friends. Check out my French Modern Bohemian tree and the schedule for 30 different tree styles!
If you are new to all the holiday jazz around here, Stephanie and I are in our 6th year of sharing twelve days of globally inspired Christmas decorating tips, entertaining ideas, DIYs, and printables. And you might have guessed, today is a holiday home tour.
Welcome to our Fort Worth home. It is a single-story ranch-style house that we’ve been in for two years now. As soon you walk in you are greeted with Asian art, plants with twinkle lights, and an open layout living area.
I love dressing up a new wreath each season and this year I’m leaning towards a French, modern-bohemian vibe inspired by the master painter Renior. I’ll be sharing exactly how I made this wreath in a few easy steps later this week.
The rest of the foyer wall showcases more Asian art and cabinet so I only thought it fitting to add ornaments in a similar style that were gifted to me last year. I stuck in a few white ostrich feathers for more texture.
I snagged a few pieces of inexpensive garland on sale at Joanne’s last week and had so much fun hanging them in the house. The one on the round mirror I snipped in half so that the needles would fall to both sides.
I love this view from my office towards the front door. I recently added floral curtains from Anthropologie to bring warm colors to this side of the house. And a previously gifted rug from Lowe’s added a fun punch of color to in front of the door. Doesn’t it look fab with the mint door color?
To the left of the grand piano is my grandfather’s old cabinet that I made over. You may recognize the candle holder from IKEA! I wrapped dollar tree garland around it and other candles around the house. I LOVE mixing high and low-end pieces together. More Asian decor fits right in like the bamboo birdcage I picked up in Hong Kong.
On the other side is the French, modern-bohemian Christmas tree I shared yesterday hanging out with grandma. The little red beaded tree was also gifted to me last year.
I had so much fun decorating my office. It was completely transformed during the New Year New Room Refresh last January-February so this is the first time I’ve added holiday decor.
The fabulous bird wallpaper from Milton and King has so many pretty colors including a pretty deep orange and bright red. I decided to pull those colors out by adding a DIY obi pillow, a blanket I picked up in Thailand, berry and pinecone garland on the front of the floating shelves, and two bright red poinsettias.
My grandpa recently gave me a couple of Calder prints to add to my art collection. This one appears to be a signed one which is exciting!
The other side of the office is still as I left it this summer with an African landscape oil painting and global textiles from Smith Honig.
The last room I decorated for today is our master bedroom. At the beginning of the post, I mentioned a partridge in a pear tree, and that my friends is exactly what I did with my champagne tinsel tree.
I can’t wait to tell you more about it this week but I bet you can figure out what it is!
Daphne gets a berry pinecone crown for the holidays and my funny white beaded ornaments that remind me of snowballs are back in this Japanese bowl but in a new spot this year. Check out how it looked on my Chinoiserie tablescape last year!
I knew I wanted garland over my green DIY headboard this year. When I realized I had an extra wreath I replaced the art that usually hangs over it. This seriously might be my favorite holiday bedroom decor ever. And it is sooo simple.
And that my friend, is the front portion of the house and the first part of my Christmas home tour filled with global colorful decor. Let’s head over to Casa Watkins Living to see her beautiful living room tour!
You can find all of my Christmas and winter decorating ideas on this page.
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