I am in full out Christmas decorating mode here at our farmhouse and today, I am sharing this year’s Christmas home tour. As I continue to photograph each of our rooms for Christmas it has become very apparent to me that I have abandoned simple Christmas decorating this year :).
Now… technically is not officially a whole house tour because my dining room is still covered in Christmas boxes, ha!
Christmas Home Tour
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All the red trim of our farmhouse really pops at Christmastime. I am been tempted to paint our front door a dark green (like the holly in our new flower pots) and go all out Christmas but that might be a little crazy :).
I shared our Christmas entryway earlier this week but here’s a few pics in case you missed it. Even more red!
Our living room is my absolutely favorite room to decorate for Christmas.
Believe it or not my wreath AND garland are from the grocery store!
You can read more about my fabulous grocery store finds and my green and white mantel here.
My youngest loves to sit on our new church pew and look at all his Christmas books. For some reason I keep imagine us sitting here and singing Christmas carols even though none of us really sing that well.
As you can see Moose was really excited about how the living room mantel turned out :).
In our dining room, I shared a whole lot more fresh greenery.
You can see more of my Christmas table here. Onto our kitchen…
We are still very much in the throws of our kitchen renovation. Some days it seems like we will never be done!
Also, I have no future as a chalk board artist.
These peppermint candies are my favorite peppermints EVER!
Edible décor is just the best! It looks good, tastes great and you don’t have to pack it away after the holiday!
The vintage stepback cupboard that was in our garage FINALLY made it to our kitchen!
I am sure I will rearranging it for months to come but for now it holds all of my coffee, hot chocolate supplies and mugs.
The doors to our vintage cupboard are still in the garage and need to be painted before they can come in. I can not wait to see what it looks like when it’s finished!!!
Upstairs in our bedroom I added a few Christmas touches. The throw blanket on our bed is actually a scarf. Making wearable decor right up there with edible décor in my book. Who doesn’t want a new outfit and throw all in the same day?
Thanks so much for stopping by to see my Christmas Home Tour this year! If you were wondering where our Christmas tree is, I will be sharing that (once I finally unpack Christmas 🙂 next week. Be sure to stop by and check out all the beautifully decorated homes for Christmas and enter the giveaway below!
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