Christmas Home Tour ~ Part Two

Last week I shared most of my Christmas home tour but I have a few more spaces to share with you. This week I’m joining another group of bloggers for a showcase of holiday homes. Be sure to visit the other homes for amazing inspiration … the schedule is at the end of this post. Special thanks to Jen Migonis of Migonis Home for organizing this tour!

Christmas Breakfast NookMy kitchen table is set and ready for Christmas breakfast.

Since the tile floor is green, I used mostly accents of red in the kitchen.

 

Christmas in a Farmhouse KitchenRed painted letters spell Fa La La against the built-in cupboard.

Ticking striped fabric in red creates a simple table runner.

 

Home Goods Christmas PitcherI found this Christmas pitcher at HomeGoods at a decent price.

 

Christmas Dishes from Home GoodsI fell in love with the little Christmas tree bowls, too.

They’re ready for a piping hot serving of Irish steel cut oatmeal.

 

Christmas Bowls from Home GoodsThe other side of the bowl has a holly and berry pattern on it.

 

Holly and Berry Christmas Pitcher from Home GoodsThe reverse side of the pitcher also has the holly and berry pattern on it.

It’s like getting 2 pitchers for the price of one!  It really adds holiday cheer to my kitchen.

 

Little Christmas Tree in Vintage Mixing BowlIn the corner by the cabinet, a Charlie Brown tree is snuggled into a vintage mixing bowl.

 

Farmhouse Kitchen decorated in red and white for ChristmasI shared this side of my kitchen, the working side, in last week’s Christmas home tour.

 

Elegant Christmas TablescapeLast week I also shared my gold and white dining room tablescape …

 

Farmhouse Dining Buffet Decorated for ChristmasBut I didn’t share my dining buffet decked out for the holidays.

 

Bottle Brush Christmas Tree in Ironstone Shaving CupMy dining room has a gold and white theme this year for Christmas.

 

Paper Clay Snowman and Glitter HouseSome of my favorite Christmas decorations are paper clay figures and glitter houses.

 

Paper Clay Snowman and Mercury Glass Votives at ChristmasI don’t know what it is about these figurines that I find so captivating.

 

Vintage Christmas SantaBut I just can’t seem to resist them.

 

Glitter Snowman with Glitter Putz HouseDo you have a favorite Christmas decoration?

 

Tin full of vintage Christmas ornamentsI guess anything will a little sparkle and shine catches my eye at Christmas.

It reminds me of sun sparkling off pure white snow.

 

Christmas Decorating in a Farmhouse BathroomIn the downstairs bathroom I kept the gold and white theme.

 

Shabby Chic Mirror Dressed in Holiday StyleA bottle brush wreath hangs against a vintage mirror draped with a rag garland.

 

Shabby Chic Christmas VignetteA smaller unadorned bottle brush wreath perches on the shelf below the mirror. A pair of silvery

candlesticks and small votives will create a romantic atmosphere for a relaxing bubble bath.

 

White Ironstone Bowl filled with Vintage Glass OrnamentsMy vintage ironstone bowl filled with glass ornaments sits atop a stack of worn books.

Vintage lace and a silvery star ties it all together.

 

Christmas Decorating in a Farmhouse BathroomCreamy poinsettias are my favorite.

Some time I’d like to decorate for Christmas using just poinsettias and greenery.

 

Christmas Decor in a Farmhouse Family RoomI showed you my farmhouse family room during last week’s Christmas tour.

 

Red Wagon filled with Vintage Christmas OrnamentsBut I didn’t share this little red wagon overflowing with vintage ornaments.

I’ve collected a lot of glass ornaments over the years.

 

Dough Bowl of Vintage Christmas OrnamentsI love unpacking them at Christmas time and admiring each one.

 

Vintage Glass Christmas OrnamentsI think about how many trees they’ve hung on and wonder about the celebrations they’ve seen.

 

Vintage Style Christmas Tree in a Circa 1875 FarmhouseMany of my ornaments hold special memories and I can’t part with them.

Some day I’ll hand them down to my children.

 

Vintage Style Christmas TreeBut for now they’ll remain content on my Christmas tree!

Thanks so much for visiting the second half of my holiday farmhouse home tour.

Visit part one of my Christmas home tour if you missed it last week!

 

A Week of Christmas Home ToursFor more Christmas decorating inspiration, visit the rest of the Christmas homes this week …

Monday:

The Happy Housie | Everyday Enchanting | Maison de Pax | Life on Virginia Street | Unskinny Boppy | Setting for Four

Tuesday:

rooms FOR rent | Town and Country Living | On Sutton Place | Design, Dining and Diapers | At Home with The Barkers | Cottage in the Oaks

Wednesday:

House by Hoff | Jenna Sue Design | Love Grows Wild | Craftsberry Bush | All Things G&D | DIY on the Cheap

Thursday:

Rain on a Tin Roof | Making Home Base | The Wood Grain Cottage | Capturing Joy | Making Lemonade

Friday:

Migonis Home | Just a Girl and Her Blog | Fox Hollow Cottage | City Farmhouse | Ciburbanity

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Comments

  1. Such beautiful decorations. I would love to pull out those vintage ornaments every year as well. Your tree is stunning. I love it in the bucket. ~Sonya

  2. Mary Vieira says:

    I really like the flocked tree, perfect in you white home. The christmas pitcher and bowls look great for hot chocolate or a nice chowder. Wish I had a little red wagon….something to look out for now.

    • Thanks so much, Mary. I passed on the bowls and pitcher the first time I saw them. I kept thinking about them and had to go back! Does that ever happen to you?

  3. It’s all so beautiful. Just a lovely winter feeling against all the white. Also, I absolutely love your kitchen cabinets. Merry Christmas and thank you for sharing your home with us.

  4. I love the gold and white theme. We’ve done blue, white, and silver for the last few years, and I think I’m ready for a change. The gold and white is perfect. I’m thinking maybe soft pink, gold, and white for our tree next year. You’ve inspired me. 🙂
    I love the green tile in your kitchen. It adds a perfect pop of color, and it goes perfectly with the Christmas decor.
    Thanks for the rest of the tour.
    Beth.

    • Oh, blue, white and silver sounds really pretty! I’ve always loved blue at Christmas. Pink would be nice, also.

  5. lovely holiday tour. magical…dreamy! thanks for sharing. 😉

  6. Jennifer, I just love your photos!!! Seriously your home is so festive and christmasy but your photography of it all is just beautiful!! Totally captivating 🙂 XO

    • Bre, I truly appreciate the comment about photography because I’m always so self-conscious about it. I wish I had more time to work on it! 🙂

  7. What a gorgeous Christmas tour, Jennifer! My favorite thing is that beautiful tree in your family room filled with colorful ornaments! Stunning!!!

    Blessings to you and your family this Christmas
    Doreen

    • Thanks so much, Doreen! I need to get over to your place to see your holiday home! I know it’ll be beautiful!

  8. omg….. that bathroom is divine!!

  9. Those little plates and cups are just so adorable! Beautiful home tour!

  10. It’s all so pretty and festive looking. You’ve done a wonderful job.

  11. So very very pretty Jennifer! Pinning & Stumbling…

  12. Just beautiful! Love how you mixed everything together, great eye.

    • Thanks Jenna Sue! I’m constantly stepping back and eyeing things and then moving them around again. Drives my hubby a little nuts. 😉

  13. So beautiful! I love that bright, colorful tree!

  14. So love everything about your Christmas home.
    The glitter houses and your tree were my favorites!!!!
    That tree is exquisite!
    ~Shannon

    • Thanks, Shannon. I always feel like the tree should be the focal point when it comes to Christmas decorating. It always takes me the longest to do!

  15. Love your kitchen table and all that you did with the gold & white–love, love, love the white poinsettias!

  16. Loved the rest of your tour, Jennifer. You have such cute vintage items to display.

  17. Everything is so pretty and welcoming Jennifer…and I love the touches of red in your kitchen. I think I need to start collecting vintage ornaments too! Happy Holidays to you and your family ~ Ann

  18. Your decorations are gorgeous, Jennifer. I really love the red in your kitchen and all of your vintage touches. Even your bathroom is decorated beautifully!

  19. Everything looks fantastic, Merry Christmas!

  20. Oh how pretty!! Love your Christmas decor!!
    Debbie

  21. Beautiful home..I especially love your gold/white themed bathroom and your vintage ornaments..enchanting! Thanks for
    sharing your home!

  22. Absolutely beautiful! I love all the colors you used. Thank you so much for sharing your holiday home with us!

  23. Love everything. It’s all so enchanting. So fun to see a bathroom done for the Holiday and your gold theme makes me happy.

  24. i really like your kitchen. it is my favorite anytime of the year, but especially at chhristmas. thank you.

  25. I’m so glad to have you as part of this tour, Jennifer! My favorite parts are the gorgeous vintage ornaments in the wagon and the glitter houses! I saw some glitter houses at Home Goods yesterday and adored them… you are making me think I should have bought them… 🙂 And your kitchen just feels so happy and festive!

  26. I love all the pops of red. That Fa La La La is darling. And your tree is stunning – I love how all that color just pops off it!

  27. Beautiful tour, Jennifer! I love the FA LA LA LA letters in your dining room!

  28. both parts of your tour are full of beautiful vintage goodness:) loved this christmas blog hop–so much creativity!

  29. So many beautiful vintage touches and stunning vignettes everywhere, Jennifer! I love the red and green kitchen, the beautiful gold dining room, and your bright and cheery farmhouse family room!!

  30. The Fa La La is the BEST! And I LOVE white poinsettias. So pretty!

  31. Everything is so lovely, Jennifer! Merry Christmas!

    Jeanette

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