Hey All! It’s been a whirlwind few days of decorating and today I’m joining a bunch of other outstanding bloggers to share our #VeryMerryChristmasHomeTour hosted by Carrie from Lovely Etc.! If you missed it last week I shared our Christmas Kids Spaces. Today I’m sharing our Living Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, and Basement! So here it is… our BrightGreenDoor Christmas Home Tour.
Living Room Christmas Decor
**Post contains affiliate links** Because we moved our flocked tree to the basement, that meant I was on the hunt for the perfect living room tree. I wanted something minimal and Scandinavian and this tree I got at Target is perfect! This year I dehydrated orange slices and LOVE the way they look draped on the tree.
For Christmas I really want the nativity to be the star, so I backed my built in with a black board
At Christmastime I always add these red pillow covers over whatever pillows I already had on the sofa. They’re the perfect pop of red!
I stole the mirror from my daughter’s bedroom for above the piano and I can’t believe I didn’t do it sooner! I really love the simplicity of a mirror and the way the garland looks draped there.
Kitchen/Dining Christmas Decor
My kitchen got extra festive this year with this wreath hung on my hood vent! I also tied bows to the sconces, and am displaying my Santa mugs and cookie jar (used to hold kitchen utensils).
My black and brass kitchen feels like it was meant to display Christmas decor!
This kraft paper roll has become my favorite all-year-long decoration! It’s as simple as just writing a new message for each holiday!
This Christmas poster is actually sheet wrapping paper that I framed in a poster frame. Now I’ve got tons of ideas for other cute papers I keep seeing.
I picked up this tree card display from Ikea and it couldn’t be more perfect!
The bookshelves got a little “Christmas Makeover” as I made room to display all of our Christmas books.
I decided to print out Luke 2 (the story of Jesus’ birth) and display it on my picture ledge. It’s the perfect reminder of what we’re celebrating.
My son helped me set up my Christmas village, and it’s something that brings me joy daily. He’s constantly re-arranging the villagers and I love seeing his creative displays!
Basement Christmas Decor
This is our first year with a finished basement, and I took the opportunity to decorate another space!
I’m so excited to finally have a mantel to hang our stockings from! I kept it really simple and just hung the stockings with some red beads.
I also added this old red shutter and Christmas sign that I got a few years ago.
The flocked tree is extra special because it was my late Father-in-laws. I love how the red beads pop against the flocking! We spend so much time down here that it’s nice to have it be as festive as the upstairs.
If you’re looking for sources for any of the items in my tour you can find the currently available ones below:
Make sure you check out the creative ideas from the other Bloggers sharing their Very Merry Homes! If you came from Thrifty and Chic thank you! Make sure you check out Refresh Living as the last stop on the tour.