I’ve shared with you a look at different room in my home all decorated for the holidays and today, I’m giving you the whole Christmas home tour!  This post includes, lots and lots of photos.  I tried to narrow it down to just my favorites, but there are still a lot so be prepared!  You can click on the links in each room for additional details and photos.



Let’s start at the front door, shall we?  This year, I wrapped the front door like a present with velvet wired ribbon.  I then added a few simple branches of greenery and a couple of mercury glass ornaments to the bow.  And YES!  I finally finished painting the door black but haven’t yet added the address of lion head door knocker.  This isn’t really how I had planned on revealing the door to you, though, so when I finally do the reveal, act surprised, okay?  :)



I added a Poinsettia and some cedar to a small basket…



…and I just couldn’t resist adding a Santa hat to my lion statue!



The first room inside the door is the living room, where we have our family Christmas tree.  It’s a live Nobel Fir with 1,500 lights so that it lights up the room at night!  You can see all of the living room pictures {here}.



The fireplace is covered in cedar branches and a cedar garland with touches of silver and white.




Here’s a look at my favorite chair all dressed up for the holidays with the addition of a simple velvet ribbon…



…but don’t you agree that it looks even better with my new puppy, Jax, sitting on it?!!!  He’s a miniature Labradoodle and we love him already!



The dining room has a similar look and feel to that of the living room, with lots of natural greenery, gingham ribbon, and red accents.  You can see all of the dining room pictures {here}.





I also added greenery to the chandelier, which makes a great backdrop for the crystals.



In the kitchen, I only did just a touch of decorating.  I really only like to decorate with items that makes sense in a kitchen and so prefer to use flowers, plants, and food that is seasonally themed {or colored}.  On the wall, I added some Poinsettias and ironstone plates to my vintage crates.




I also updated the fruit bowl vignette that sits in a basket on my countertop to include mandarin oranges, pomegranates, and nuts.






My family room is really the kids’ space, so it’s a lot more casual and traditional in terms of it’s holiday decor and colors.  I updated my gallery wall to give it a holiday theme.  You can see more in the post {here}.



I also gave the vintage game vignette some Christmas touches, dressed up my olive bucket, and added touches of red to my cabinet.






Finally, I created an advent calendar for just $8 using my old orchard ladder.  Details {here}.




The final stop on the holiday tour is my master bedroom.  I don’t really decorate anything in the room except the mantel because I love how it glows in the light of the fire.  I kept it super simple this year using only cedar branches and white roses to give it a timeless elegant look.




And yes, even my vintage dress form got a bit of Christmas bling…!




I hope you’ve enjoyed my holiday home tour!  Have a safe and happy holiday!




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    1. User Avatar Tidbits&Twine says:

      Thank you, Shirley! Happy New Year!

    1. User Avatar Tidbits&Twine says:

      Thank you! That’s one of my favorite shots… :) Happy New Year!

  1. So pretty – I love it all, especially that sweet puppy!! Happy holidays!
    xo. Leslie
    Segreto Finishes

  2. Simply beautiful! Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  3. Kim,
    Your house is so pretty dressed for the holidays.
    Enjoy the season and may 2015 be a good year for us all.

  4. Kim, everything is really beautiful. I bet it is pure joy to get up in the morning and see all of it..Merry Christmas to you and yours..Judy

  5. Really lovely! You have mixed traditional and natural touches beautifully. Jax is definitely a love a lot. Too cute.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  6. Your home looks stunningly gorgeous!! So much beautiful inspiration.
    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas with your family.
    Mary Alice

  7. So beautiful Kim. I am quite partial to the pops of red :)
    Happy Christmas week!!
    Hugs, Gee

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