Take this Christmas home tour for easy & classic Christmas decor ideas!
Today I want to welcome you into my home for a tour featuring simple yet festive farmhouse-inspired Christmas decor ideas. There is a huge bonus too because I am part of the Home for the Holidays tour hosted by Jenna from Wife in Progress. If you are coming over from The Everyday Home, welcome! More on the tour at the end of the post.
This year, more than ever, my Christmas decorating goal was a welcoming yet uncluttered look. All my family, including my new granddaughter, will be here so the house will be bustling! I kept everything simple with pops of red all over. I began with the front porch.
To see more of the front porch click HERE.
Now…welcome to the entry.
To see more of the entry, click HERE.
If you are wondering about the grain sack bow: there are two posts that show exactly how to make the ribbon and the bow.
It’s always a challenge in the living room to come up with new Christmas decor ideas that make things look fresh and different. Some years I do better than others! This year, I had an idea when I saw this tutorial for adding ribbon garland to a Christmas tree. I decided to try it and breathe new life into my little table top tree. I bought a couple of rolls of burlap ribbon trimmed in red and wound it through my tree. I added new galvanized metal ornaments along with a star for the top. This simple update made me fall in love with my tree all over again.
See my gift wrapping post HERE.
Christmas Decor Ideas
Without any further chatter,
here is the rest of the living room!
Last but not least, is the dining room.
To see the rest of the dining room, click HERE.
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As a thank you for participating in their blog hop, Kirkland’s sent me the ladder with the baskets. It was such a lovely surprise and much appreciated. I gave my vintage blanket ladder to my daughter and she was thrilled as well!
*I got the tree ornaments at JoAnn and the tree ribbon at Hobby Lobby. Neither are available online.
If you made it to the end, thank you so much! Now it’s time to send you along to Kendra’s tour at Joy in Our Home. I hope you have a little extra time to check out some of the other tours that are linked below. There is so much inspiration and easy ideas you can adapt to your own homes.