Welcome to our Deck the Halls Christmas Home Tour! Today I am the surprise house for the Deck the Halls Holiday Housewalk by Jennifer Rizzo.
If you are coming from Kelly’s home at Eclectically Vintage, thank you for stopping by!
I won’t lie, it was a little insane trying to prepare for this Christmas Home Tour prior to Thanksgiving but I must say, I am so relieved that the house is completely decorated and ready for Christmas nice and early. More time now to Christmas shop! For those of you who don’t know us, we are four generations all living together under one roof.
The home tour started yesterday so in case you missed any of the homes, you can head back to Jennifer Rizzo’s site to start the tour from the beginning. We are stop 9 on the tour out of 30+ homes so be sure to see all of them!
Lets get started with the tour shall we! If you were really here right now, you would enter our home through our side entry way. I told my grandfather you would be visiting today virtually and he rolled his eyes at me. Come on in!
Our Entry Way
Gold glitter trees & sign / Homegoods
Next stop is our family room. Oh this tree is one of my absolute favorites ever since being alive! ha. It’s a pre-lit flocked tree from Wayfair which is simply the most gorgeous tree on the planet.
I chose a wintery luxe rustic theme this year for our family room keeping with a warm neutral tone. The stool, faux rug and pillows are from HomeGoods.
Our family room is one of the main hubs in our home so it’s important to us that it’s warm cozy and comfortable. I love how our DIY burlap curtains tie right in with the woodland theme.
I added a shelf last week behind the couch in order to create a Christmas vignette. This is such an easy project and it added a bit of character behind the couch.
Tree / HomeGoods
The Gold tree cones, faux fur pillows and throw are from HomeGoods.
Our Dining Room
Our theme this year is gold and blue in our dining room. Mixing in ornaments and wrapping gift boxes are easy inexpensive ways to create a display on shelves. My goal was to keep things simple and clean looking. The table candles, lanterns, ornaments and garland on the hutch are also from Home Goods.
The tree in our dining room is a real white pine which was a beast to get into the house. It is so full and soft.
Blue + White Bathroom
I know some of you are giggling that we decorated our bathroom but it’s so easy and a great way to carry the Christmas cheer throughout your home. I used decorative ribbon to accent wall art and vases as well as holiday hand towels. Again, ornaments are an easy and inexpensive way to add holiday cheer.
towels & bulbs / HomeGoods
A simple white hydrangea and greens with a red ribbon around the vase add a subtle pop of Christmas.
Laundry sign & wire baskets / HomeGoods
Living with four generations under one roof means that space is limited so we utilize every square inch of the house and most of the rooms are multipurpose rooms. The rug from Dash & Albert is an indoor/outdoor rug that is perfect for this space.
Pillows and throw / HomeGoods
The storage trunk from Wayfair serves as a perfect coffee table.
This room is such a dramatic change from the existing space that sometimes I can hardly believe it is the same room. The stockings are from Ballard Designs.
I made the JOY sign last week and will share the tutorial soon.
All of the pillows, throw, picture frames and most of the ornaments are from Home Goods.
Next stop on the tour is Karen from the Graphics Fairy. Wait until you see her house, her fireplace is gorgeous with the deer!
Remember, you can always head to Jennifer Rizzo’s to start the tour from the beginning.
I am working on getting my parents and grandparents Christmas pj’s for a multigenerational Christmas photo but they are not very excited about the idea. Thank you so much for visiting our Deck the Halls Christmas Home Tour this season and I hope you will come back again soon! You can also see our Feast of the Fishes celebration on Christmas Eve here.
Linking to Nester’s Holiday Party