It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
Welcome to my 6th annual Christmas home tour.
Once again, I’ve teamed up with Jennifer Rizzo for her Holiday House Walk. She has gathered 31 super talented bloggers and we can’t wait to share our homes with you. You can start the tour at her place and hop from blog to blog all week long.
I’m sharing my full source list at the end of this post to make it easy to find anything you love.
Don’t miss the house before mine – Traci of Beneath My Heart who is so sweet and funny! You’ll love her home.
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I’ve decked the halls, trimmed a few trees and mixed old and new in my 1903 home.
It’s all about snowflakes in the foyer. The garland gets mini wood snowflakes – a nod to the antique wood stocking stretchers dangling from the stairs.
I love my woven fabric bench and all it needs is a crate of old Shiny Brites.
The family room is where Hallmark movie marathons take place (Holiday in Handcuffs anyone)!
I love this huge plaid wreath from HomeGoods.
These cute little Santa and Mrs. Claus are vintage tobacco tins and we love watching the amaryllis grow in a clear glass jar (see how to grow your own amaryllis here).
A cozy throw adds pattern and warmth on the sofa (and covers the tattered cushion compliments of my dog)!
I printed out Santa and elf hats and stuck them on my girls silhouettes!
Fairy lights glow in vintage glass water jugs.
I LOVE my new dining room chairs from Lamps Plus and will be sharing more info and pics soon. They really transformed the room and are so comfortable. I paired four rope chairs with two upholstered chairs.
In my attempt to keep things more simple, I kept the big tree in it’s box and opted for this small white flocked Christmas tree that my daughter decked out with a flock of cardinals.
My husbands old shovel is on display and this cute little Santa mug pillow is from Jennifer Rizzo.
This is my favorite – my gnome cookie jar in a bed of mushrooms I found at Wayfair.
I love using wrapping paper as a table runner.
I love that each of these four Christmas plates from Wayfair has a different saying.
My dad gave me this old lantern years ago.
I recently added this amazing bubble glass chandelier and it’s so pretty lit up at night.
I’m all about centerpieces this year and I had fun creating a winter wonderland in this galvanized tiered tray.
I love this whimsical wreath from Wayfair that comes complete with it’s own flock of cardinals.
Open shelves get festive with favorite cookie jars.
Vintage Shiny Brites have lots of room to show off on this metal tree, formerly a store display.
An otomi stencil on a big piece of plywood is a festive backdrop for lots of layering.
I love the way the mercury glass shimmers in the firelight but my dog Sushi adds the most festive touch in her winter cap.
I found a pair of these cute mercury glass snowmen at HomeGoods that pair perfectly with the trees.
I have a thing for gnomes and this pillow from Wayfair reminds me of a little Christmas elf.
I love to sit in front of a roaring fire with a glass (or two) of wine and watch my fairy jars flicker. The secret is these remote controlled fairy lights so you can hide the battery packs and we have fun pressing the remote to get eight unique effects.
My vintage club chairs in their original blue velvet fabric get festive with a pair of sequined pillows.
Our tree shows off family ornaments and I always give my girls a new one every year to add to their collections.
My husbands old pedal car is the perfect place to hold gifts.
My sunroom gets another old pedal car that my girlfriend gave me when she moved.
How cute it my little Rudolph puppy pillow – I made it using a pic of my dog Sushi.
You will find Sushi patiently waiting by the fireplace for Santa to bring her a tiara (P.S. she got her hat at HomeGoods)!
I’ll be back soon to share even more of my house decked out for Christmas.
Don’t miss my Christmas Porch Tour here.
See more of my Home Tours – every day and seasonal here.
Now it’s time to hop into Santa’s sleigh and head over to Jen at City Farmhouse.
Source List (if it’s not listed, it’s either vintage or no longer for sale)
black & white woven bench
mini trees & garland – Balsam Hill
wood snowflakes on garland – HomeGoods
paper snowflakes – Paper Source
furniture – Ethan Allen
media cabinet, plaid wreath, red wool throw, carved wood side table, Moroccan pillows – HomeGoods
gray & white throw blanket
otomi stencil on mantel
mercury glass snowmen, white wreath, cloches, snowflake pillows, plaid throw, gift wrap – HomeGoods
long john stockings
gnome sweet gnome pillow
battery operated fairy lights
open wood and metal shelving unit
Christmas tree – Balsam Hill
gnome cookie jar
resin mushrooms (surrounding gnome)
paper table runner, Christmas crackers – HomeGoods
black & white Christmas plates
white Christmas tree
wood wine cubbies on wall
Santa mug pillow
Christmas van cookie jar
red car with tree cookie jar
aluminum counter stools
galvanized tiered tray – HomeGoods
round farmhouse kitchen table
bubble light chandelier
metal and wood kitchen chairs
Don’t miss my past Christmas tours …