Join me today for my holiday home tour. I’ve decorated every room with touches of Christmas.
I’ve been busy packing up all my Fall decor (didn’t this season fly by!!) and unpacking my Christmas things.. I never know exactly how I’m going to decorate until I actually start doing it, and then continue to move things around until I finally feel I got it right.
I added a few new items from this year’s Christmas collection from Walmart.
Sometimes getting just a couple of new items really sparks my creativity – and by “new” I mean new to me, I love vintage and thrifted items… they add so much interest to your space.
I’m using neutral colors and lots of natural items in my Christmas decorating this year. I did add a tiny splash of red in my kitchen.
Holiday Home Tour | Kitchen
In the kitchen, I added subtle touches for Christmas.
On the other side of the kitchen, I painted the corner hutch a darker shade of blue. It had been aqua for a couple of years and I was ready for a change.
You can see my Hometalk project tutorial on how I painted my hutch here. I had the opportunity to collaborate with Graham & Brown for this project.
I filled the basket on the top of the hutch with some fresh greens and added some icy stems. I added a few pine cones too.
I made this pretty bowl by first placing a few $1 boxwood stems in the bottom, I topped them with some fresh pine cones, and finished it off with oversized jingle bells and buffalo checked ribbons.
I added a row of pine cones in a vintage chicken feeder for a simple look.
I kept my living room Christmas decor simple and neutral this year.
I added this rug a couple of months back. I love how the colors in the rug tie all the pieces of my living room together.
This console table was an awesome yard sale find a few years ago; I scored it for $10! It was a shiny oak before I refinished it to this blueish-green (American Paint Company “Dollar Bill”)
I’ve collected all these pieces over the years. I love the vintage ice cream canister that is holding the tall branches; It was a flea market find.
A bundle of birch and a winter spray make for a simple natural basket that I can leave out after Christmas is over.
An antique candelabra is the perfect spot to display pine cones I have collected.
A string of fairy lights illuminates the icy cone trees.
I used buffalo-checked ribbon and wooden ornaments to fill my tree this year.
I love this little owl ornament! Isn’t he cute?
I needed a little bit of Christmas cheer in my bedroom too! I added a little lit Nordic tree in the corner
This cabinet was in such rough shape before I fixed it up! You can see it’s transformation here.
My cute yarn trees are nestled on a tray of fresh greens and pine cones; they were so easy to make! You can see how I did it here.
Now that my halls are decked it is time to move onto the front porch…
Thanks for stopping by to see my home; I hope you have a wonderful holiday season!
cottage on bunker hill
Thanks for stopping by today! Being able to share my projects, DIYs, and decorating ideas with you is amazing. Leave a comment below; I love hearing from you! Feel free to drop me a note here if you have any questions.
I really love the blue corner hutch, the imperfect paint variations gives it interest. Way more than if it had been exact all over. It has character, my kind of style! That color is so romantic French! Your style is very charming and warm. Not contrived at all. Very nicely done, thanks for sharing!
I love your style Lady