Welcome to our 2023 Christmas home decor tour, featuring our kitchen and bedroom! Packed with coziness, joy, and tips, this post is part of a holiday blog hop – explore other bloggers’ Christmas homes too. Grab a blanket and scroll down to check it out!
I am excited to share my 2023 Christmas home decor tour with you! This is a modern farmhouse-style Christmas decor tour with a twist of Christmas classics. I hope you enjoy this festive tour of our kitchen and bedroom.
Merry Christmas, friend, and welcome to our 2023 Christmas home!
If you are coming from my friend Anita of Whispering Pines Homestead blog, wasn’t her vintage home tour amazing? She does an excellent job with timeless Christmas decorating tips.
You have hopped on the bloggers’ Christmas Home Tour 2023, which is hosted by Anne and AnnMarie of Simply2Moms blog. Thanks to these amazingly talented ladies for organizing this holiday tour.
Protip: Shop all my favorite outdoor and indoor Christmas decorations on my Amazon storefront here. Also, I’ve included several handpicked 2023 top gift guides for you to check out here and tons more here on my LTK shop.
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Step into our kitchen, where this year I wanted to continue that bright but classic Christmas look again. The everyday black and white color scheme provides a perfect canvas for effortless touches of red and greenery.
The Mackenzie Childs timeless pieces add that touch of festive and sophistication – I love using these year afer year.
Christmas mugs are perfect for cozy gatherings and early mornings in December (shop my Christmas mugs here).
Protip: Swap out your regular mugs for festive ones to instantly sprinkle holiday cheer into your daily routine!
Don’t forget your walls! I added the cute Christmas artwork, “Hot Cocoa and Snuggles” (use code SHEGAVEITAGO for a discount) behind the stove, and then greenery with wreaths and garland around the sink area.
Protip: Candles for the Win! Light up any room with candles – bonus if they smell like sugar cookies which is instantly cozy vibes. This is the BEST sugar cookie candle!
We love having music play in the mornings and evenings. The Echo Show has been the best solution to having not just music at your fingertips but also recipes, news updates, and Christmas shopping lists.
Protip: Create a holiday playlist with your family to have your favorite tunes on repeat. It’s the soundtrack to your festive home.
I love adding mini wreaths to the back of our chairs seasonally, and for Christmas, simple faux evergreen ones with red velvet ribbon do the trick.
Now, let’s move into our bedroom. I love creating a fluffy bed anytime of year, but it’s always the best when it’s cold outside. You will see that it is more neutral than the other spaces of our Christmas home for a peaceful and cozy retreat.
I simply swapped out our front decorative pillows and blanket at the end of our bed to create this holiday bedding look. The white quilt set remains the same throughout the year.
Protip: Layering with moderate holiday bedding is plenty to create a festive vibe without going overboard.
While I love the look of Christmas themed bedding, you can still have taht look with just swapping out pillows, blankets, and artwork.
Speaking of artwork, above the bed hangs a new piece from Lindsay Letters. I love that it works perfect as Christmas home decor and will also be perfect throughout winter.
I just added a simply faux cedar wreath with some bells to our mirror with a command hook. And, of course, a Christmas candle, with some neutral, wooden trees and more greenery for the top of the dresser.
Protip: Mixing materials gives extra warmth to your spaces when decorating with a more neutral color palette.
Bonus Christmas Home Decor Pro Tips – Because More Tips, More Cheer:
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As we wrap up our tour, I want to invite you to join a festive blog hop at the end of this post. Explore more homes, gather inspiration, and let your creativity soar!
First, make sure you stop by my friend Laura of Decor To Adore blog. You will love her cozy winter wonderland kitchen decor!