Thursday, December 24, 2015

Last Minute Christmas Home Tour

Hello my friends! I couldn't let the holiday pass without wishing you all a VERY Merry Christmas! This week has flown by, I can't even believe it's Christmas Eve. I have to make a last minute run to the grocery and then we are hunkering down for a few days. I cannot wait! 

I never really shared a Christmas tour this year and I wanted to leave you with some photos of our holiday home before it's all gone. (Sniff.) The days after Christmas are always bittersweet for me -- I love the idea of freeing up space in our home and it always feels bigger and so fresh, but at the same time I miss the twinkling lights and warmth the decor brings. I have a feeling the decorations will be up longer this year than most. :) 

I envision you all looking these photos while cuddled up on your couch with a hot cocoa in hand -- or maybe you'll be laying in bed exhausted after a marathon of wrapping like me. Ha! Either way, I hope you enjoy: 
inexpensive ornament ideas
(see our dollar spot tree here)

dark gray fireplace marble tile
(more on the sweater wrapped candles here)

black dresser foyer

(our tree has been ravaged by the cats, but we love it!)

slipcovered neutral sofa
(how to make Pottery Barn pillows for cheap here)

easy holiday art

black accent wall
(more about the new black accent wall here)

wood stairs white risers

window seat in kitchen

board and batten wall treatment

two toned kitchen
(see the whole Christmas kitchen here)

DIY bookcases

Wishing you all the happiest of holidays -- I am so grateful for you all!! 
Merry Christmas, I'll see you back here next week!

14 comments:

  1. Your home is absolutely beautiful decorated for the holidays (& your decor is always a source of inspiration for mine!) I just put my home tour up today as well, always late! And I would love for you to check it out :)

    xoxo, SS

    The Southern Stylista

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  2. Merry Christmas!! Beauty of a house might I add :) Looks great!

    Lauren Baxter | Lovely Décor
    www.lovelydeco.co
    xx

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  3. When I was tiny, my parents would set up the tree, decorate it and put all the presents under it after my sister and I went to sleep on Christmas Eve. Imagine the delight of a young child coming down the stairs to a wonderfully lit tree!

    We also kept the tree up through "little Christmas" or January 6th which is the Feast of the Magi. My mother was born in Europe, so this was a tradition for her. The 12 Days of Christmas actually starts on 12/26 so that the 12th day is January 6th

    Liz

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  4. Merry Christmas to you and your family! Your blog is one of my weekly habits -- always an inspiration, especially the holiday decor for your new window seat! Looks so cozy...

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  5. Next year I am just moving in with you for the holidays. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!!

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  6. Merry Christmas! I hate to take the decorations down too, I miss all that sparkle. But I'm pretty lazy about doing it so I'll be enjoying them for awhile yet!

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  7. Merry Christmas! (I'm new to your blog)
    I hate taking Christmas Decor down too, such a sad time. Your home is gorgeous - Thanks for sharing!

    -Ashlee Michelle
    www.makeupandmodifieds.blogspot.com

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  8. I love those Pottery Barn pillows Merry Christmas!

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  9. Very nice! I love that black accent wall. I might have to do that.
    http://www.enchantinglyemily.com

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  11. Ok so I LOVEEEEEE the deer above your tv. Where did you get it and do you keep it up all year long?

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