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Christmas Home Tour 2017 – Part 1

Every year, if you come to our house around this time of year, it’s no secret that I love to decorate for Christmas. It is definitely my favorite holiday to decorate for – the bright, cheery lights, the sparkles, what’s not to love! 🙂

Each year, I change things up slightly based on what’s currently inspiring me. Last year, I went with whites and faux furs. This year, I wanted to add some green and natural elements to the mix. I have to say that when the Hearth and Hand with Magnolia line came to Target, it was right on point with what I was envisioning.

Our front door, is pretty simple this year with this wreath and a vintage sled that I tied some fresh greens and red berries to.

front door, coral door, christmas wreath, hearth and hand with magnolia wreath

Over to our side entry, I added some birch logs with some white lights.

side door, christmas decor, hearth and hand with magnolia

I added a basil wreath that I picked up from an antique shop a few years back to our side door and added vintage style bells that I bought from Target last Christmas.

doorway, coral door, wreath

Come on in through our side entryway…

entryway side door, coral door

and straight ahead is our eat-in kitchen area where 99% of our meals happen. Just to be clear, it never looks this neat which is why I barely get pictures of this area. There’s usually a highchair in a sea of toys strewn across the floor and table 😛

kitchen table, farmhouse table, farm table

I kept the centerpiece to this table really simple with some fresh greens and red berries from outside.

kitchen table centerpiece, greenery

Next to the table, I have this little fake tree. I love it’s sparse-ness. I added some white plaid ribbon, wood bead garland and this galvanized tree collar from the Hearth and Hand with Magnolia Target line.

Hearth and Hand with Magnolia target galvanized tree collar, christmas tree

I also included some white paper snowflakes from Target and crocheted snowflakes from Amazon.

christmas tree, hearth and hand with magnolia target

Move on over to our family room where we spend most of our time.

family room, farmhouse decor, farm table

I added touches of green through faux sprigs of greenery like in this galvanized bucket centerpiece on our coffee table.

magnolia farms galvanized bucket

I also added these faux velvet throw pillow covers from H&M onto our couch pillows for added green.

I love this little side table from HomeGoods. Actually, it’s not so little for a side table but somehow I managed to get it home in my Nissan Sentra a few years back.

side farm table, farmhouse

I combined green ornaments from Hobby Lobby (yes, plastic ornaments because we need shatterproof with little guys running around) with sprigs of greenery and pinecones to this simple centerpiece on our side table.

farmhouse table centerpiece

I made this scroll sign and added greenery for a natural look.

scroll, farmhouse decor

Now, for our Christmas tree…

I kept it to a green and white theme with silver and touches of gold.

Hope you enjoyed part 1 of our Christmas home tour! Stay tuned for part 2 🙂

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