Your Top 10 Home Decor Posts from 2020

At some point in January I always like to share the posts that were your favorites from the previous year here on Town and Country Living. Sometimes I’m surprised at the list, sometimes I’m not. Without further ado, here are the posts you visited most from 2020.

Number One: Coming it at the number one spot is the tour of a modern Texas farmhouse. This house is truly stunning and I expected it to land in the top 10 list.

Modern Texas FarmhousePhoto by Richard Hughes Architect


Number Two: You love the warmth and organic appeal of wood kitchen cabinets and this post shows a variety of options.

Wood Cabinets in a Country KitchenPhoto by Everingham Design


Number Three: My vacation to Maryville, Tennessee proved to be a favorite with this tour of a farmhouse style Airbnb where we stayed.

Farmhouse Dining Room in Tennessee Airbnb


Number Four: This beautiful, traditional kitchen also made the Top 10 list. It has lots of storage and style!

Traditional Kitchen Photo by Katy Popple Design


Number Five: This warm and inviting cabin in the woods landed the #5 spot and it’s easy to see why!

Cabin in the Woods KitchenPhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


Number Six: The next popular home tour is Fifi O’Neill’s Florida cottage. My readers certainly share my love of her comfortable, romantic style!

The Florida Cottage of Fifi O'Neill


Number Seven: A variety of 12 picket fences tugged at your heart strings in 2020 and made it quite popular.

White Picket Fence with Flower Arbor at Gray Cottage with Yellow DoorPhoto by Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects


Number Eight: In addition to picket fences and beautiful homes, you loved seeing sun room inspiration, too!

Victorian Sun RoomPhoto by KSF Architects


Number Nine: This pool house tour landing in the top 10 list was a surprise to me. What most caught my eye was the colorful bottle top cap artwork. Reminded me a little of Andy Warhol’s artwork.

Pool House TourPhoto by nest + company


Number Ten: My Christmas home tour rounds out the top 10 list for 2020. One of my home tours typically makes the list, which makes me feel better about myself. LOL. 

Christmas Dining Room and Christmas Tree 2020


Thank you so much for taking time to visit my blog! I love home decor and sharing it with all of you makes it more enjoyable for me. I read all of your comments and take them to heart. Here’s to another year of inspiration and ideas!


See More Top Posts from Years Past:

Top Posts of 2017 – Readers’ Choice

Your Favorite Posts of 2018

Top 10 Posts from 2015

Favorite Reader Posts of 2014



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  1. All these posts were fantastic, but then again it is no surprise that you pick decor/homes that inspire us all. I especially love your own posts about your own home and so look forward to this new year of fun and inspiration.

  2. You are so welcome and thank you for all your hard work in sharing with us, all the inspiration that you find, to help us make our homes lovely. Your blog is the best and i may be busy but i always take a look sooner or later, wouldn’t want to miss a thing.

  3. Discovered your blog this year, Jennifer, and love your decor choices. I enjoy relaxing with your blog and slowly scanning through. Thank you!❤