This time of year is so much fun to peruse the internet looking at all of the gorgeous Christmas home tours and beautiful inspiration. Today I wanted to share our playroom / study where we decided a rustic red Christmas theme would be cute. The only new item purchased for this room was the fabulous oversized sign hanging on the fireplace mantel. Isn’t it cool? I couldn’t pass this sign up. I found it in Nordstroms a couple weeks ago and fell in love. I originally planned on putting it on top of the mantel and removing the mirror but after looking at it leaning against the mirror for a few days, I decided to try and hang it from the molding under the mantel. I used tiny finish nails and just tapped them in until they were secure. Then I hung the sign right on top of the nails. So simple!
We decided to put a real tree in this room and decorate it with the homemade ornaments from years past.
Mixed with a flannel plaid ribbon and red ornaments from HomeGoods, the family ornaments look fabulous.
Some of my favorite ornaments are from when the kids were little and they made special gift ornaments for Christmas. So cute!
These pillows were all left over from last years Christmas family room.
The nordic throw is from Homegoods and coordinates perfectly.
I remember when I bought this Santa sleigh almost 10 years ago in a tiny shop on vacation. I filled a basket full of greens and placed the sleigh inside. Kind of cute, right?
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We hope you enjoyed our rustic red Christmas playroom. Are you enjoying the Christmas season so far? How do you decorate your home? It’s hard to believe that this is our fourth year taking pictures of our home and sharing them here on the blog. Prior to blogging, we just decorated and didn’t share with anyone – ha. It was what is was and that was it.Stay tuned for more fun Christmas surprises. We have a few more things up our sleeves to share. My mom created an amazing 30 foot Christmas shelf in her family room. You can also find our Christmas home tours from years past by clicking, 2012 Christmas home tour, 2013 Christmas home tour and 2014 (part 1) and (part 2) Christmas home tour.
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