The holidays are almost here, so grab a cup of coffee, cocoa, or tea and follow me on a tour around our historic Victorian home as I share a close up look at my Christmas decorations! This is admittedly my longest Christmas Home Tour video yet, but I wanted to not only share my décor with you, but also share why the décor is special to me. I also listened to previous home tour requests & made the nighttime segment (with all the Christmas lights!) at the end a little longer too!
Our home is furnished with a blend of new and vintage furniture & decorations as I enjoy decorating with exciting new finds and treasured antique décor from the past. Each year I try to incorporate current Christmas design trends with classic traditional Christmas decorating for a warm, inviting balance of new and familiar. From rustic to elegant, ribbon to ribbon-less, each one of my six large Christmas trees are decorated in different themes to hopefully spark some Christmas joy to all who watch!
I’ve had so much fun this season decorating trees & mantels, working on fun Christmas diy projects & floral arrangements, and wanted to take the time to say a big THANK YOU to all of my wonderful subscribers & viewers! You all keep me excited to decorate each season with your likes & uplifting comments! I’m grateful for each and every one of you and want to wish you a healthy happy Christmas filled with warm memories & fun traditions! Though each Christmas may be a little different than the last, I hope there will always be merry in your hearts! Wishing you all a wonderful winter season & the happiest new year! 🙂
Other info / Q & A
Q & A
– Our home was built in 1898
– Peep is a yellow canary (and is about 3 years old)
– The paint color in the kitchen is Behr brand “Clay”. Unfortunately I don’t know the main interior paint color as it was this color when we moved in
– The elegant garland on the main floor fireplace mantel is attached with twine to the posts of the mantel. The rustic garland on the distressed white fireplace is attached to the mantel with small nails.
– Much of the ribbon & floral stems used in the trees & garlands are from Hobby Lobby, Michael’s, Joann Fabrics, & Dollar Tree. To see a full list of supplies & where they were purchased, you can check out the individual decorating video descriptions – I try to include everything I can 🙂
* Want to see how something in this video was decorated? There are 15 separate decorating videos this season to show the decorating process for many of the trees, garlands, & more! There are 80 other Christmas decorating videos on my channel to browse as well!
Bed sets – Home Goods (Deer bed set in small guest room is Eddie Bauer brand)
I shop at antique shops, thrift stores, & rummage sales to find many of my vintage decorations.
Gift wrapping paper – Home Goods
Christmas Bell Soap – “TheCharmingFrog” shop on Etsy
Mantel Lanterns – Hobby Lobby
Main Fireplace Electric Insert – Amazon (Dimplex Revillusion)
Green Ornaments (Tea Cart Tree) – Gift, tree from Home Goods
Mini Frosted Tree (by postcards) – Menards
Mouse Christmas Cards – Paper Source
Kitchen Island Santa – Home Goods