It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
Time to deck those halls and trim those trees.
I’m so happy to be sharing my whimsical Christmas home tour with you today.
This week means five days of houses decked out in all their Christmas finery. Every day this week, more homes will be added and you can start the tour at Jennifer Rizzo.
Welcome if you’re popping over from Just Destiny Mag.
Now, come on in and warm up by the fire.
(See anything you like? Stay tuned for the source list at end of this post).
My favorite mantel ever centers around the world’s cutest personalized long john stockings and a little red car in a forest of trees.
Even Sushi gets her own stocking.
She’s made a list and checked it twice and it includes a diamond collar and mink stole.
Last year, I filled an entire Christmas tree with a flock of these red cardinal ornaments.
This year, I’ve scattered them throughout the house and I love how adding just a few of them here and there adds such a festive touch.
I saved my girls first pairs of ice skates.
I LOVE these huge fluffy, shaggy white pillows that look like giant snowballs. I got a pair of them and the zebra wearing boots pillow at Joss & Main.
Sprinkle a few bottle brush trees on open bookshelves for quick and easy Christmas update.
I can’t get enough vintage Shiny Brites.
Cookies for Santa happening here.
There’s definitely no place like home for the holidays! I made this free gingerbread house printable for you here.
My favorite enamel vintage style breadbox is the perfect planter.
I love my wall mounted bottle drying rack – it’s perfect for displaying ornaments, mugs, plates and more.
A smaller version of my bottle drying rack can be found here.
Doesn’t get easier than taping cute cars holding trees onto music sheets.
The perfect centerpiece … and hostess gift … is a beautiful bowl of forced bulbs.
See how to force bulbs here.
A tree in the dining room sets a festive mood.
A birch bark wrapping paper table runner is the perfect backdrop for festive plates and red cutlery.
Pretty red cutlery makes the perfect display until dinner time.
That’s my hubby’s old baby scale!
A JOY marquee lights up the tree.
See how I made this fun winter village wreath here.
Now hop in the back of the fire truck and let’s head to the family room.
There go Dasher and Dancer and Donder and Blitzen … led by Rudolph.
My hubby picked up the chicks in this fire truck as a kid.
Now it’s time for a hot toddy while I wait to find out if I’ve been put on the naughty list.
Next stop on the Christmas home tour train … Dear Lillie.
Stay tuned all week long for more tours or head to Jennifer Rizzo to start the tours from the beginning.
See my tours from Christmas past …
Living Room Sources
Red car cookie jar – on mantel
Long john stockings
Vintage olive buckets – on fireplace hearth
Metal & wood shelving unit
Blue plaid throw – HomeGoods
Huge white furry pillows
Zebra in boots pillow
Pillow with tree on car
Console table – behind sofa
Wall Bottle Drying Rack
Wintry Wreath – over window – HomeGoods
Joy Marquee Sign – Michael’s
Mugs with Words – HomeGoods
Pendant Lights- similar here
Car & tree salt and pepper shakers
Naughty/Nice mugs – HomeGoods
Reclaimed wood lazy susan – kitchen table
Dining Room Sources
Flocked and glittered Christmas tree with pinecones
JOY marquee sign – on tree
Cowhide pieced rug – similar
Industrial black cabinet
Oversized gift tags – on mini Christmas tree centerpiece
Red striped napkins, Merry Christmas plates, green glasses, champagne bucket, bark wrapping paper runner – HomeGoods
Family Room Sources
White flocked Christmas tree
Reindeer garland – on TV wall – dollar store
Fa la la la pillow
Boston Terrier Rudolph pillow
Vintage Santa mugs pillow
Merry Christmas pillow cover
Red plaid throw – HomeGoods
Stacked Santa mugs pillow
Gnome cookie jar – on ottoman