Hey there! Welcome to my Christmas home tour for 2015. This tour is going to be on the smaller side this year. As I’m sure you’ve noticed, I’m posting this way late this year due to a lot of great and unexpected opportunities with the blog, which has been wonderful! But it was also due to a lack of planning on my part, which is not so wonderful. The silver lining is that I have learned a LOT about blogging this year, and I am excited to tackle the next year with a solid plan in place!
But enough of all that; let’s get to the tour!
Due to lack of time, my Christmas decorating was restricted to my entryway and living room area this year save for the Christmas Mantle I did in our master bedroom. The first thing you see when you come in is my sideboard entryway table I recently made over. I kept the decorations simple and traditional here by mixing antiques with natural elements.
I did the rest of the living room in a rustic glam style by mixing antiques and natural elements with burlap, lace, and glass and bulb ornaments in neutral colors.
I put the tree by the staircase this year, and I really like it there! I think that might be it’s new place from now on.
These are a couple of the ornaments I made in my vintage hinge and jewelry Christmas ornaments tutorial.
We’re lucky to have large redwood trees in our backyard, and I always love using the trimmings as swags for my stairwell!
I decorated my always controversial entryway table repurposed from a coffee table with antiques, pine cones, and neutral colored ornaments.
I just got these awesome candlestick holders and I just had to incorporate them into my Christmas decorating this year! I arranged them on one of my side tables along with some Mason and Kerr jars and electric candles.
Galvanized tiered trays are all the rage lately, and I incorporated this one on another side table along with the one on my entryway sideboard.
I found this cute little sleigh at Home Goods, so I incorporated it with the trees I made in my burlap and button Christmas tree tutorial on this side table.
I hope you enjoyed my Christmas home tour for 2015! I’d love to hear what you think, so please tell me your thoughts in the comments section below!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!