Greetings friends! I’m thrilled to share our Christmas Home Tour with you. I’ve been so excited to share that I’ve had the tree up and decorated for about 2 weeks now. If you’re coming from My Life from Home, welcome!
I’m trying to figure out a way to add lights outside (the only outlet outside is at the back of the house) but I did find this cute wreath for about $10 to add a festive touch to our front door. It would probably cost more to make myself so I was happy to snag it.
We are going to start the inside tour upstairs in our bedroom. You might regognize Buck (the deer pillow) from my post on Styling His and Hers Bedside Tables (which you can find HERE). I also added some ornaments to the basket on the bookcase and a cute wooden deer.
I found some fun vintage garland in Fort Worth last year and draped it on our mirror.
Our bathroom received a little Christmas cheer with some small ornaments and candy cane salts and lotion.
Let’s head back downstairs. The kitchen table is decorated with a bottle brush tree, a candle holder wreath, and ornaments corralled on my cake stand. New placemats overlapping each other create a cute table runner.
Did you see the Japanese paint brush inspired ornaments? I’ll be sharing the easy tutorial along with other ways to repurpose old ornaments next week with you. I used some of them on our coffee table and tree too. I love the pop of black and white with the warm coppers and wine tones.
Another Christmas DIY are these felt scalloped trees which you can find HERE.
Our under $1 washi wall showcases most of the Christmas decor. I hung my new DIY stockings made with recycled clothes and added a repurposed Dollar Tree nativity set, wrapped gifts, and a faux flower arrangement.
I love getting pics of our pets in my posts. Here’s our pup Misha napping while I’m snapping pictures.
One of my favorite vignettes is our sofa table. I bought a German Moravian star to celebrate advent but didn’t have a place to hang it. My husband suggested sitting it on our Okinawan pine table. I love that man! It’s a beautiful contrast. More wrapped presents make for free Christmas decor.
Lastly, our tree consist of repurposed and new ornaments. For the first time, I added a pinkish copper tinsel garland and I love the sparkle! Some bright pink ornaments and fur balls make me smile every time I see them. My husband actually picked out the fur ornaments. When a man picks out something as trendy and cool as that, you say yes!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Make sure you head on over to Elizabeth Joan Designs to see her holiday home tour. Here’s the line up for the entire blog hop.