Our Christmas tour has been a long time coming this season. I love decorating for Christmas, but I especially love being able to share it with you.
When you walk in our front door, you’re greeted by this view.
Our nativity scene, complete with a Manger my grandfather built, sits on our entry way table.
Our apothecary jars, which are full of ornaments, sleigh bells and pine cones, live here as well.
In our kitchen, our window provides a pretty look at our dining room.
Our kitchen is small so I just put some snowmen, Christmas towels and a snowscape in here.
Our dining room is the site of our music tree, which contains the ornaments my mother used on my childhood tree. Our pretend mantle is here as well.
Our table boasts a simple centerpiece using an antique dough bowl and some greens. We use this table daily so I wanted a centerpiece that wouldn’t interfere with that.
In our kids’ playroom, we kept it simple with an advent calendar and some snowmen pictures.
Our office is the site of our family tree, which contains all of our personal ornaments.
We also scattered some bowls of ornaments on the bookshelves.
Emorie has a small white tree that is filled with her own personal ornaments. This year, she decorated it herself. The sweater trees I made last year are in here as well.
Aubrey has her own small tree in her room, too.
In our bath, you can find our milkglass and ornaments vignette, which I love.
I hope you have truly enjoyed our home tour. We hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas season.
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