Holiday Home Tour Hop 2015

Good morning! I’m guessing some of you just finished with Domicile37’s Holiday Tour!  If you haven’t visted their home, please do.  If you’re new, thanks for stopping by.  Today, I have a very special treat for you all.   I’m excited to share our Holiday Home Tour.  Warning:  Picture.overload.   A special thank you to Sharon, our host, over at Pretty Practical Home.  This is the first of two Holiday tours this years so please check back for part two this Friday.  I’ll be sharing MORE of our home then.   I’d like to describe our Christmas decor style this year as vintage, retro and simple!

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 So, please come on in and make yourself at home.

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Walking straight into our home from the front door, you’ll enter the living room.

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It’s a mix of styles here, no doubt about it.  However, it’s cozy and fulfills it’s purpose.

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The rustic deer that guard the tree, oh how I love them.  My friend Janet, owner of White Barn Vintage, makes them each year.

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Our tree is filled with DIY and family ornaments.  We will always have a tree like this in our home.

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Each vacation, I purchase an ornament to remember our trip.  Putting these special ornaments on the tree each year brings back wonderful memories.

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This table is filled with vintage love.

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These two pieces were my grandmother’s.

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The snow fell right before Thanksgiving.  Not a bad view.

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A very good friend of mine who passed collected Nutcrackers.  We get them out each year in remembrance of him.

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Cool picture, eh?

Our trunk/coffee table is complete with a vintage tree and chippy basket.

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CoffeetintreeThe tree is so cozy.

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Lets head into our kitchen.  Our fireplace separates our kitchen and living room.

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Our coffee bar is complete with vintage goodies and festive mugs.

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This Santa mug was my grandmother’s as well.  I’m obsessed with this rustic plaid thermal I found from Shabby Love.

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I love changing out the decor on my DIY Barn-Wood Shelf.  This vintage sugar bowl and bottle brush tree is the perfect pair.  Again, I purchased this from Shabby Love.

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You have to love Target’s dollar spot.  I found this sign, skis and stand all there.

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I collect thrift store crocks too.

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Before we go, here’s a sneak peek into our new sitting room.  It’s not complete yet, but I’m working on it.  You’ll see more of this room in my Very Merry Christmas Tour coming this Friday!  Be sure to come back for more.

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Thank you for coming and I hope you enjoyed the tour.  Please, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the rest of the tours.  Next up on the hop, Dream Design DIY.

Monday, November 30th

Green With Decor

3 Little Greenwoods

Our House Now a Home

Lehman Lane

Designing Vibes

Tuesday, December 1st

Q-Schmitz Home Design

Our Crafty Mom

Domicile 37

Shabby Grace Blog

Dream Design DIY

Wednesday, December 2nd

My Life from Home

Up to Date Interiors

Elizabeth Joan Designs

Pretty Practical Home

Thursday, December 3rd

Casa Watkins

The Deans List Blog

Craving Some Creativity

The House Down the Lane

Vintage Romance Style

Friday, December 4th

Flourish & Knot

Around the Watts House

Karen’s Up on the Hill

What Rose Knows

Creatively Homespun

61 thoughts on “Holiday Home Tour Hop 2015

  1. Sara, your Christmas tour is absolutely beautiful! I love all the vintage touches and the pops of red throughout. The Nutcrackers on the stairs look great too. What a sweet way to remember your friend. The snow outside makes your home look magical. Such a fabulous tour!

  2. Your kitchen is a dream and looks like it belongs in a magazine. I love your home and those rustic reindeers are really awesome and creative! Props to your friend for being the brains behind that creative holiday decor. I love how your tree represents you as a DIYer and family traditions. I also really liked the vintage can bases for all your small trees. Super cute.

  3. Your home looks beautiful, Sara! I love how you mix in the vintage touches, and your kitchen is beyond gorgeous. Thanks so much for sharing your home on the tour!

  4. Oh I love how it looks so chic but rustic at the same time! Can I come visit? 😉 The kitchen looks amazing and I love those wood deer guarding your tree! Beautiful home tour.

  5. I love how the kitchen turned out! And those reindeer next to the tree are stinking adorable!! So glad you participated in this Home Tour, it was an honor to be surrounded by so many amazing bloggers! Pinned! xo

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