Hi there! I wasn’t sure if I would participate in a Holiday Home Tour this year, but then at the last minute decided I would, just in case I never get around to including this in a scrapbook, at least it’s recorded here. I’ve done my best to repeat some of the traditional decor I’ve used in the past, but also incorporated new ideas this year, hopefully you like them. We kinda do 🙂
I also would like to apologize for the picture quality, the only camera I have right now is on my phone, and it’s pretty old, but it’ll do until I can afford a new one 🙂
Come on in! Did you notice the urns I pulled together from greenery I cut down on our property? I was pleased with how they turned out. I also put together the simple wreath on the door too from our own bushy cedar 🙂
I repeated the “heavenly peace” theme from last year using the feather boa’s as the garland throughout the entry and main floor. Lot’s of gold, sparkle and white lights.
I added some pretty ornments to my plain old light fixtures. Voila!
I grouped some old wreathes and traded out golds, white and sparkle on tabletops, etc.
Sidebar, daytime – angel collection.
Formal living room tree.
Feather garlands everywhere, hung the feather wreath and kissing ball in the hall to the bedrooms.
Master bedroom, added the silver stockings, some greenery onto shelf tops, and the purple tree/ candles on the dresser.
Mini Trees in the boys room, the baby’s sparkly pink tree (not shown is the guest room – blue tree)
The baby’s holiday wardrobe is ready!
Bannister to family room (I’ve added to this since the pic was snapped)
Christmas village on hutch at top of stairs.
FAMILY ROOM – Red, Gold and Green
The Heart of our Home
Practice for Christmas Brunch.
Tried my hand at creating my own pine garland.
Our Jesse Tree
Bathroom, highlighted the GREENS and GOLDS.
Most of these pics were taken a couple weeks ago, so there’s been some tweaking since, they may or may not make it to the blog. Until the next post, I’m going to go and enjoy some of the baking from our baking exchange earlier this month, if I can manage to keep the kids out of the baking first!
Thanks for taking the time to tour our home and Happy Holidays!
Linking up to the Holiday Home Tour at the Nesting Place here