MEANINGFUL HOLIDAY HOME TOUR
Sharing this tour on Jennifer Rizzo’s Holiday House Walk. There is SO MUCH inspiration there. Head over after this tour.
Welcome friends, I look forward to sharing my holiday decor each year. The goal of opening up my home and having you over is to share holiday decorating ideas in hopes that you’re able to find some inspiration that you can use in your own home. Inspiration comes from so many different places and people, so not only am I sharing our home but 10 other friends have joined in the fun and our opening up their homes too.
This is the third year I’ve had the privilege of hosting the Meaningful Holiday Home Tour. I’ve linked all 10 of the homes that are part of this years tour at the end of the post, you will LOVE each and every one of them. As the host of the tour I get to personally invite each blogger to join, so please know it was with a lot of thought and admiration that they were included.
This year we will be away over Christmas, so the theme I wanted was simple and classic. A few poinsettias and a red berry wreath on the porch were easy yet festive editions. The birch logs I’ve had for several years and purchased them at a floral supply store, however I’ve seen identical ones at Michaels.
Once you walk through our front door you’ll see our Christmas tree to your left.
It’s a little smaller then we’ve gotten in past years, again all part of simplifying.
We recently added some wainscoting on the stairway wall (see all the details HERE), and I love the white woodwork as the backdrop for our tree.
This fresh wreath is from Lynch Creek Farm, my second year to order one, I wish you could smell it! I’ll be doing a giveaway on my Instagram later this week so make sure you’re following me there to enter.
PORCH AND ENTRYWAY SOURCES
I kept things very simple on the dining table, it’s just to the right of the Christmas tree and I didn’t want to distract from it. Just a few snowy branches from Hobby Lobby and a tasseled runner from Target.
DINING ROOM SOURCES
Our living room is officially my favorite room in the house right now. I just love the wintry layers and soothing neutrals accented with lots of greenery.
Our large shelving unit is the most asked about piece of furniture we own. Unfortunately it’s no longer available, I’ll link some similar options below. I kept the key accessories that have been on it all year, and added in some Christmas trees and greens.
SIMILAR SHELVES AND LIVING ROOM SOURCES
I have a thing for bottle brush trees, my collection grows each year. This year I placed a few in a large vase, I used a base layer of Epson salts aka “snow” and then finished off the scene by adding an ornament and some twinkle lights. It took all of 5 minutes and it’s my favorite piece of holiday decor, the best part I didn’t have to purchase anything to create it!
This is right where I’ll be sitting, with my coffee and laptop, as I take the other 10 holiday home tours this week.
To conclude this tour I wanted to share links to two other holiday spaces I shared last week.
Find PART ONE of our holiday home HERE. This tour is more whimsical and has a lot of elements that my kiddos requested.
You can find all the details of our Christmas Kitchen HERE.
Heat up your latte and then head over to my friend Alicia’s of Thrifty and Chic. She is so creative and the queen of DIY’s. The tours continue over the next few days so don’t forget to come back and take each and every tour!
If you find something inspiring that you incorporate in your own home use the hashtag #meaningfulspacesholiday and I’ll share it on my Instagram. ❤
Thank you for coming over today, have a happy and meaningful holiday season!