Welcome to the Home for the Holidays Home Tour 2017. I am very excited to be partnering with such a wonderful and talented group of ladies.
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On this tour, you will find 15 beautiful and unique homes with decor of all types, perfect for everyone! At the end of this post you can find links to all the other participants. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some beautiful Christmas filled spaces. 🙂
This year, I wanted to go with mostly neutral tones since I’ve recently gone to mostly neutral colors in my home. But, when it comes to Christmas decor, it’s really hard not to have color…so, I decided I would keep the color and go with red, plaid, and pine, to give more of a rustic feel. You’ll be seeing my living room, dining area, and family room since those are the areas that get decorated the most, but I do have a little something in the kitchen that I will share with you as well.
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As you walk in the front door of our home, you’ll find the living room. This is the space where our tree lives for the holiday season. In this space, I also have the old door I refinished with milk paint. To learn how I did that, check out the post [here].
In this room, you’ll also find a console table that sits under our gallery wall. This little table is so fun to decorate for different holidays. The Farm Fresh Christmas Tree sign came from my Shop, along with the other wood framed signs you see in this post. 🙂 The cute little red truck came from Target, and the other decor items came from various home good stores or I had them from previous years.
But, I think my favorite decor item in this room is this adorable gnome. He’s new this year and I just love him.
Next, we’re moving on to our dining area. I kept with the rustic theme here as well. One of my favorite things about this tablescape is the plaid placemats. I found them in the Dollar Spot at Target and I just love them. I thought they were perfect for my rustic theme. Of course, the Dollar Spot items go fast and once they’re gone, they’re gone, but I did find some other cute plaid placements that would work perfect [here].
Now, lets head on in to the family room. This is where we hang out the most and it’s one of my favorite spots in our house.
Yes, our elf Ruby had to have her picture taken too, since she’s part of the decor this time of year. 😉
And last, the kitchen. I don’t have much for decorations in here, but I did want to share with you the little hot chocolate bar I set up this year. We don’t have a great place to have an actual hot chocolate bar, so I created a small one on a tray for the holiday. Check out how easy it is [here].
Well friends, that’s it! Thank you so much for stopping by, it means SO much to me. I hope you enjoy the other gorgeous homes on the tour!
Shining on Design | Home with Keki | What a Difference a Day Makes | The Project Pile | Lisa Designs Life | Pearl Street Designs | EH Designs | An Eclectic Twist | Momma Can | The Holtz House | Franc & Eli | Semigloss Design | Beauty for Ashes | Jenron Designs | At Lane and High
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