I am also entering my house tour over at Jennifer Rizzo, where she does a Housewalk Tour every year. So make sure you come over to vote for me!
I can’t believe that Christmas will be here in 3 weeks! Yep, even if you are ready or not. I have shared bits and pieces of my home as I have shared my “Christmas Decorating on a Budget” series. Well today, I am just going to share my Christmas Home Tour. I did get things decorated early this year and I am grateful.
I took advantage of our mild November temperatures and began my outside decorating before Thanksgiving.
I decorated my planters and window boxes using fresh pine. I love how they drape and spill out of the boxes.
I spray painted branches and added a few pops of color with ornaments, ribbon and floral.
Welcome to my Living Room!
My favorite part of the living room is the mantel. I did a post on how I staged my Christmas mantel and shared the steps as I decorated.
My dining room table centerpiece is a mix of fresh and fake greens, candles and a few ornaments. I kept the centerpiece practical with function in mind. We eat at this table and I did not want to remove the tablescape to eat.
I love using natural elements to decorate. I filled the cloches with painted pine cones and hung fresh pines above.
Repurposed drawer shelves are filled with a balance of everyday decor and a few touches of seasonal.
I found a small section in the kitchen to decorate this year. I have a tiny kitchen so I usually keep the Christmas decor to a minimum.
Created a cute vignette in the Kitchen using a bench from outside and a few decorative accessories. The pillows are ones I made and they are SEW easy!
This is the first year that I am not decorating our love tree with all the boys ornaments. I took a few of the favorites and displayed them on a serving tray.
It’s easy to decorate a serving tray with a few candles, fake snow and add some fresh pine. I hope you enjoyed my Christmas Home Tour. I want to Thank you all for your support and I hope your Christmas is filled with many blessing and much joy!
Don’t forget to visit my posts about “Christmas Decorating on a Budget” series; start here —>Paper Mache Ornaments