Welcome! Come on in... I know that I've shared a bit of holiday decor with you already, but today I'd like to give you all the official holiday tour.
But first, are you hungry? Thought you might like to have a snow-day brunch with us. This little pancake snowman is quite a treat. You can read more about our snow-day brunch here.
Now on to the tour...
When you enter our house, the first thing you see is our entry hall. I kept the decor on the entry console simple and elegant. You can read more about it here.
Next is our living room. I shared our Christmas tree with you already. But if you'd like, you can read more about it here.
The living room is also home to our Christmas Stockings which I hung from a garland by the stairs.
I put these cute little pillows that I made last year using some free printable art from this beautiful blog. I heart these pillows entirely!
The top of the bookcase houses my Willow Tree Nativity that was given to me by the Hubby several years ago.
And next to the cozy leather chair, I have placed our basket of Christmas Children's books. One of our favorite traditions, is picking out a Christmas book to read each evening leading up to the holiday.
Our Christmas dining room is simple and pretty. I used some branches and snowflake ornaments stuffed in a vase for the dining table centerpiece, and I placed a set of angel wings on the two end chairs.
A wreath for each window, and a pretty silver and white vignette on top of the buffet round out the room.
The kitchen is a bit more whimsical. Here I feature my DIY vinyl reindeer silhouette as well as a glittered paper craft photo of our first house.
I hung a few ornaments from the kitchen window, and placed some cute little bird ornaments on the topiaries that frame the window.
Upstairs in the loft, we have our very-simple paper chain Christmas advent/count-down calendar. The kids get excited to remove a link each day and watch their wait until the big day grow shorter.
I also added a bit of Christmas merriment to the kiddos' bedrooms.
The boys' room features a silver tree decked out with ornaments in shades of brown and white. And the cute cardboard deer head is dressed for the season with a silver and white scarf.
Boy #1 strung a strand of colored lights along the safety rail on the top bunk. Cute kid.
The Princess' also has some Christmas spirit in her room. Her tree is white with pastel ornaments, and she has this cute snow bunny (gifted from my sweet Mother-in-Law) perched on her window seat or on her bed depending on her mood. Finally, I couldn't resist these cute snowflake Christmas lights for the Princess' room found at the dollar spot in Tar-jay. She loves to fall asleep to their soft glow.
Happy Holidays to all of you!!
I'm linking to the Holiday Home Tours parties at The Inspired Room...
and Nesting Place.