There’s something about the glow of Christmas lights at night that is so festive and magical! Cue the choir because you are cordially invited into my glowing Christmas Night Tour where my goal was to make sure my tree could be seen from outer space!
You’ve seen my house decked out in the light of day (if you missed it, see my full Christmas Home Tour HERE) but it looks so different at night.
My friend Rachel, of Maison de Pax, has set up this tour with some amazing Christmas light loving bloggers and I link to their tours at the end of this post.
I’m thrilled to be joined by 20 other bloggers this year for the annual Christmas Nights Tour. If you’re visiting for the first time from Shayna of The Wood Grain Cottage or any of the other blogs, welcome to my 1903 home. I love mixing old and new, high and low, for a one of a kind look.
When it comes to Christmas tree lights, too much is never enough. The “experts” recommend 100 lights for every 1 1/2 feet of tree which would mean 500 lights for my 7 1/2 foot tree. HA, I say and strung more than three times as many on mine. 1600 lights (and over 300 vintage ornaments) adorn my tree.
A roaring fire is the best way to light up a room.
The dining room is a winter wonderland with twin trees.
I love the way the light bounces off clear glass ornaments.
My doodle houses left the lights on for Santa.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope your holiday season is filled with lots of light and happiness.
Don’t miss my daytime Christmas home tour for tons more photos and source information.
Next stop on the tour is Janine at Happy Happy Nester who always impresses.
Be sure to visit all the homes lit up for the holidays!