There is nothing that I enjoy more during the year than decorating for Christmas. The glitter, shine, color, and the aromas of Christmas are simply divine as we celebrate the birth of our Savior. Today, I am so excited to be sharing our Green and Gold Fresh Evergreen Christmas Home Tour. PLUS, this post is part of a gorgeous Christmas Home Tour Blog Hop with some of my blogging friends, so stay tuned for tons of inspirations at the bottom of this post!
We still don’t know what Christmas is going to look like for us in Colorado. We are used to hosting a large group for our formal Christmas Eve dinner and gift exchange. Fortunately, both of our kids have had Covid and now have the antibodies so we are safe there!
A Green and Gold Fresh Evergreen Christmas Home Tour
Let’s get started in the living room. We spend a lot of time here with family and guests.
Each year for our Christmas trees, I mix them up (location, style, colors, etc.). Last year in our living room, I decorated our first flocked tree with a Green and White Pine Cone theme. This year, I added gold as an accent color with the intent to carry that theme throughout the rest of our Christmas decorations.
Adding the gold really warmed up the tree! I have been excited to show it to you. I am only including a few photos because I have a full post coming with all of the details of the tree.
For the coffee tables, my husband wanted me to keep it low so views were not obstructed. My goal was for it to look like the Christmas Tree spilled right onto the coffee tables.
You can see the whole post of this Silver and Gold Christmas Centerpiece with Evergreens HERE and shop the look below…
Since we don’t feature real Christmas trees, I love using natural evergreens throughout our home to mimic the smell and textures of real Christmas trees. To carry the theme through, I continued featuring the evergreens over on our leaner mirror that sits to the right of our fireplace. The idea was that the centerpiece on the coffee tables would take your eyes right to it.
I love how the Christmas Tree if reflected in the mirror! It really opens up the space!
The finishing touches included making a coordinating arrangement on our fireplace and pillows to our sofas. Super simple.
I just shared a new post of How to Decorate for Christmas with Fresh Evergreens that you can see HERE.
Continuing on with our Green and Gold Fresh Evergreen Home Tour, we will move into our dining room. I typically start with decorating our buffets (you can see my sideboard/buffet hack HERE). This year, I simplified it a bit and continued to use fresh evergreens in here as well.
You can see the whole post of this centerpiece HERE and shop the look here…
Fortunately, our dining room is quite large so I always put up a Christmas tree in there and design it around the finishes and color palette in the room. For the first time, I placed it to the right of our buffets for a change.
I have carried on the mixed metallic look of this tree from years past with a few additions. A post with the details of this tree is forthcoming so stay tuned!
Since we do not know yet what Christmas will look like here yet, I haven’t started setting tables but I can assure you that I will!!
We are almost finished with the large project to remodel our upstairs. Just weeks ago, our new stair railing was installed and I have been itching to decorate it for Christmas. The area up there is contemporary and simple so I kept the decorations clean and simple as well.
To be totally honest, I have never liked our front door. We will be replacing it this year with a more contemporary door that coordinates better with the full exterior remodel we underwent a few years ago. However, using the fresh mixed garland is so gorgeous that it elevates the entrance so much that you don’t notice the door as much. Don’t you agree??
To complete the look, I just added these faux pine sprays (from Hobby Lobby) to coordinate with the Christmas balls that I featured in the front pots.
I hope you enjoyed this little tour of parts of our home. One of the areas I haven’t figured out how to show is our basement decorated for the holidays because it is so dark down there. There are also a few rooms that have not been redone yet. Both of those areas have Christmas Trees in them that I will be sharing in my Instagram stories soon, so be sure to follow along there!
Here are links to my favorite stores to shop for Christmas Decorations. Click on any link and it will take you straight there!
And be sure to check out all the other Christmas Home Tours below!