Wipe your feet, take off your boots and come on into my decked out Christmas home.
This is the next stop after the fabulous Paige Knudsen.
Once again, Jen Rizzo has gathered together over 30 amazingly creative gals and we have been decking our halls and trimming our trees and you can see lots of gorgeous Christmas house tours all week long.
My bannister just needed this gorgeous garland and a few sprigs of cotton …
Something was missing so I added our stockings and couldn’t forget one for our new puppy Sushi.
Shop the Look – My Foyer
Santa will soon be scooting down the chimney – remind me to turn off the fire on Christmas Eve.
I’m ready to go into the woods and chop down a tree.
When I spotted these adorable mini frosted pine cone trees from Balsam Hill I knew they needed to brighten up my mantel.
They mix with mercury glass trees because what’s a mantel without a little bling?
I love the cozy feeling that lots of throw pillows and throws give a room and I went crazy at HomeGoods with this gorgeous red wool throw, jingle pillow, black and white pillow that reminds me of a Christmas sweater and sparkling snowflake pillows.
The gallery wall gets Christmas-ified with a little ho ho ho and …
Joy to the world …
Here’s a peek at my gorgeous and amazingly life-like new tree from Balsam Hill that I’ll be sharing more of soon.
Shop the Look – Living Room
Capiz shell chandelier
Frasier fir Christmas tree
Tabletop LED trees (on mantel)
Cement & glass terrarium (on coffee table)
Boston Terrier Rudolph pillow
Pillows – HomeGoods
JOY marquee sign – Michaels
It’s a countdown to Christmas and our little advent calendar.
Cookies, cocktails, cheers …
the kitchen is the place to be during the Christmas festivities.
I spy a Christmas tree made from vintage green glass.
Vintage corkscrews become ornaments and an embarrassingly large amount of corks (don’t judge) become a tree skirt on pre-lit flocked white tree that I love!
Another tree made from green mason jars.
This cookie jar sat on my fridge when I was a kid – I had to pull up a chair to reach.
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Peek at tree number three in the dining room.
Love the hint of red in this DIY jute webbing runner.
I LOVE this flocked, glittery, pine cone covered tree – it’s slimmer size is perfect for my dining room.
My girls love this glowing snow village set in a vintage wagon and our bird theme Christmas tree.
The tree, ornaments and snow village houses are from here.
Even my mudroom gets in on the Christmas revelry.
Vintage Shiny Brites.
The family room is where you’ll catch us with a giant bowl of popcorn watching corny Hallmark movies.
Shop the Look – Family Room
Oh Deer – that’s not all! Stay tuned for next Monday when I’ll be sharing lots more of my Christmas house …
that is if a sleigh full of elves appears to help me finish decorating (and hopefully bring me a peppermint martini).
See source list at the bottom of post.
Thanks for stopping by – now hop on your sleigh and head over to House #9 – Four Generations One Roof – to see what she if she’s been naughty or nice.
To see all of the homes from the beginning, stop by Jennifer Rizzo to start the tour of homes.
Living room tree, family room wreath, pine cone trees on mantel, garland on bannister – Balsam Hill
White flocked Christmas tree – here
Pillows – Jingle, Cheers, Black & White and red throw, chalkboard box, apothecary jars, fur throw- HomeGoods
Merry Christmas pillow and burlap sign on mantel – here
Stag head, big white bottle brush tree – here
Joy marquee sign – Michaels
Dining Room: tree, cardinal ornaments, church and house figurines, battery operated lights – here
Small bottle brush trees – Dollar Tree
Gnome plate, advent calendar bags – Ikea
Boston Terrier pillow – here