Hi there, if you are new to the blog, welcome and thanks for stopping by. If you’d like, you can learn more about me and even check out some DIY projects I’ve tackled. Now, today is the day I’m finally going to share with you some of the other rooms in our home that has been decorated in a Very Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour. Not only am I sharing my home with you, but at the end of the post, you will find other bloggers who will be sharing all week long so don’t forget to stop by their blogs and see what they’ve done. Are you all done decorating for the holidays? Previously, you have seen my living room on the blog in a post here and my mantel in this post here. Now I’ll be sharing the rest of the dining room (where the mantel is) and the sunroom. I hope you enjoy.
I love vignettes. They are so fun and easy to make. Little items put together in one can make a big statement. This one is on the coffee table right in front of the chair and half. The little trees I found at Target in the dollar spot, the cement tree with gold star at Nordstrom and the birch candles at Whole Foods.
How darling is the little tree. At the time I took these pictures for the tour, the tree was on this little sleigh I found at Marshalls. If you follow me on Instagram, you can see now that the tree is in my vintage olive bucket. I kept the decorations mini and delicate using mini silver pinecones I found at Michaels and a mini pom pom garland I found at the Target dollar spot.
THE DINING ROOM
The tree. This tree is my favorite EVER. Never thought I would love not having a real tree this much, but this flocked tree from King of Christmas was so gorgeous, I had to have it. I thought it was beautiful in all its flocked glory and did’t want to add to much to it. I kept the ornaments light and airy. Most of them I found at Nordstrom.
The table got a little Christmas makeover and I’ll share more on a holiday dinner party/brunch tablescape idea tomorrow, here on the blog. So come back to see this dining table all jazzed out for guests.
The buffet. I struggled with if I would leave the LOVE art up there. As you can see, it stayed. I thought it worked so well with all the rustic/farmhouse decor around it.
The white wood deer I got at target. The little white village house I found at Michael’s and the bigger one next to the brush bottle trees I found at Nordstrom. Also from Nordstrom is the little tree.
Well I hope you enjoyed seeing the rest of our home today. Don’t forget to hop to these other bloggers tours this week to take a look inside there homes.