Hi everyone. Is it finally starting to feel like Christmas to you? It is for me. I am in the middle of wrapping presents and baking. I am determined to get it all done before the big day. But, until then, I have my Christmas Home Tour, especially for you.
My Christmas Home Tour this year is filled with vignettes of Christmas goodness throughout our home.
As you first walk into our 900 sq ft condo, you will be greeted with the sights and sounds of Christmas.
There are vintage pieces, sentimental decorations, and the sound of Christmas carols.
Our Christmas tree is filled with blue, silver and white ornaments. I am really enjoying it this year. Maybe it is because of tea cups and feathers filling the tree full of loveliness.
Our vintage olive bucket is filled with lights, pine garland, pine cones, lights, berries and a small tree. I LOVE how the lights shine through the bucket slits.
For a touch of red, there is a reindeer pillow with tassels sitting on our sofa. (The throw is actually a table cloth crocheted by my grandma.)
There is more vintage goodness with a rusty scale and basket. Each are filled with vintage ornaments and snowflakes.
The sequin ornaments were made by my grandma many years ago.
And it wouldn’t be Christmas without a vintage village, would it? I created this with a large canning jar purchased at Home Goods. The pieces inside are vintage except for the large tree in back of the church.
Displayed on a vintage silver tray is one of my fave recent thrifted makeovers. After a little paint a some glitter, I now have a gorgeous, sparkly Christmas tree.
We have a thrifted HiFi in our living room large enough to display a vintage sled. Again, it is filled with vintage goodness and a few new things as well.
And who could resist silver chalices filled with candy canes and pine cones…
Or vintage ornaments?
As you look toward our kitchen you will spot greenery and our open shelving in the kitchen.
I am a little hooked on Christmas trees. My snowflake topiaries and cotton ball trees and cotton ball snowballs are a perfect balance for the kitchen open shelving.
Our bedroom has a little bit of Christmas decor with my vintage croquet box filled with candlesticks, a string of pine cones and pomegranates.
Candles are always a great way to add ambiance and the feel of Christmas in a bedroom, don’t you think?
Our Nativity rests on a vintage cupboard. At night the globe lights are glowing, and our home is filled with the Spirit of Christmas.
It was fun to give you a Christmas Home Tour today. I hope you enjoyed it. It was a joy for me to share our small home with you. It doesn’t matter where you live. You can create the Spirit of Christmas anywhere.
Thanks for joining me and taking time to visit my blog today. I truly appreciate your comments and kindness shown to me.
Merry Christmas to all.
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Meegan, this is all beautiful! You are so talented.