I am so excited to share with you all my 2020 Christmas home tour! I enjoyed using farmhouse style Christmas decor with lots of festive signs, faux pre-lit greenery, splashes of red, and cozy twinkle lights. I hope you enjoy this cozy Christmas tour of our entryway, kitchen, dining room, and bedroom.
Merry Christmas friends, and welcome to our 2020 Christmas home! If you are coming from my friend Jennifer’s Holiday home tour at Jennifer Maune, thanks so much for stopping by. Wasn’t her tour just lovely?! This tour is part of the Seasonal Simplicity Series hosted by Krista over at The Happy Housie. It is such a joy to be a part of this tour. Now, let’s get started!
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Welcome to our home! We recently got new floors and painted all of our walls the same white throughout our entire home. You can read more about this paint makeover here. I am enjoying all of the lighter and brighter feels of our home now.
You may walk into a store and feel a bit overwhelmed by all the holiday/Christmas decor they have on display. Where do you start? What will make the most impact on my home without breaking my budget? Or maybe you have several Christmas bins that need sorting through: keep, give away, and trash. What do you keep that will provide use year after year?
Festive signs like this “Joy To The World” sign ring in the true meaning of Christmas. While we enjoy placing nativity sets around our home, having signs that proclaim His birth is a great way to add the message to your home too. You can find this sign here.
The Christmas tree in our dining room is holding the Balsam Hill ornaments we received last year and are enjoying so much again this year. You can take a full tour of our Christmas home from 2019 here. And placing a standing deer (here) atop a Christmas runner with a lantern makes for an easy dining room Christmas centerpiece.
Our new dining room chairs (you can find them here) are all dressed up with small wreaths tied on to them by looping a wire ribbon through the back of each. A simple red/black check bow was easily tied into a bow.
Looking for a free tree skirt idea? Take a blanket or quilt and wrap it around the base of your tree. And for the smaller trees, place inside of a basket for some great texture.
These double barn doors are new to our kitchen from Rustica USA. We love them! They help add texture and contrast to our white kitchen.
We also replaced our kitchen cabinets with these Shaker style white cabinets and are really enjoying them. We chose this cabinet hardware here. We also replaced our countertops, we went from black quartz to Sereno Bianco Honed Quartz white countertops.
I simply leaned this sign behind our stovetop. I had a few people ask me if I moved in when I cooked, and the answer is yes haha! Then I just put it back. I also leaned a wreath against our hood for a touch of greenery.
I choose a very different kitchen faucet from our old one, and I am loving the look and functionality of this new one.
Using trays and/or risers similar to the one here, is a great way to “corral” Christmas items for display. I simply used a rocking reindeer, a candle, and this black/white check bowl with red ornaments for our island centerpiece.
A great and easy way to add greenery across your kitchen is above your kitchen sink. I simply used two finishing nails that I hammered into the top of the wood trim. Then, I draped two flocked garlands above our sink and added some battery powered fairy lights for an added sparkle!
A free way to add some Christmas touches to your kitchen countertop canisters is with sprigs of real or faux greenery. We have two evergreen shrubs on our front porch. I simply cut a sprig for each canister and tied it on with baker’s twine for an easy, free holiday look.
Another way to corral a Christmas display is by using cutting boards. This happens to be my favorite cutting board here. The little snowman paired with another candle and a stack of dishes completes the look.
We are loving the colors that this vintage-inspired runner is bringing into our otherwise neutral kitchen.
To read all about our neutral and cozy bedroom, you can head here. This year I wanted to have a bedroom decorated with neutral colors (for the most part haha!) to enjoy through the Christmas season.
By adding in cozy textures, meaningful art, and greenery, our bedroom is ready for the holidays. You can find the Nativity painting that is over our dresser here.
I hope you enjoyed my Christmas home tour 2020, I am so thrilled you stopped by! I hope that you and yours have a very Merry Christmas.
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Now, head on over to my good friend Jennifer at Clean And Scentsible to see her Christmas living room decor tour. I just know you are doing to love it!
This week I’m joining some of my talented blogging friends for the Christmas Seasonal Simplicity Series home tour week! We’re all sharing part of our home decked out for Christmas. Be sure to check out these fabulous Christmas decor ideas by clicking on the links below each image.