Welcome to the fourth post in my Christmas Home Tour! Today, I am sharing my Christmas Trees, which I redesign every year. Each year, my tastes change, furnishings and accessories change and I get inspired by other designs I see throughout the year. All of these Christmas trees have been featured in my other Christmas Home Tour posts, so if you are interested in seeing them in their spaces, click the links below…
Welcome to the third post of my Christmas Home Tour of my Basement Living Area!! I hope you are gleaning new ideas and inspirations for your own holiday decorating from my other Christmas Home Tour posts (click on links below). This season is such a blessed time of year and is fully embraced by my family!
Decorating for Christmas is among my favorite things to do! Today, I am sharing a Christmas Home Tour of our Living Area. My theme this year has a rustic, winter feel (with a few “glam” touches of course!) and this inspired the designs featured throughout our home. To see other areas of our home featured in other posts, click on the link below.
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Decorating our home for the holidays is something I look forward to every year. While keeping with my rustic, winter theme for this year, “glamming up” the decor in my dining room for our formal Christmas day dinner was a must. It is pretty simple to dress up a rustic, winter theme with the textures and materials you use. Hopefully, you will enjoy seeing the transformation of my Winter Glam Dining Room.
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Apothecary Jars have become very popular lately. Featuring them in your Christmas decorations is a really great use for them. This year, I used them in my dining room and am excited to share the ideas with you! Today, I am sharing about using apothecary jars for Christmas decorating.
Most certainly, this time of year is the most wonderful for me! Once our children became old enough to potentially remember the traditions we have created for Christmas, we decided to always be home for the holidays. As teenagers now, they wouldn’t have it any other way!
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