I was lucky enough to be invited to a Parade of Homes.
In a cute town just outside of Nashville, Tennessee,
the community of Kings Chapel opened up their gates
and rolled out the red carpet for us bloggers to come take a tour!
In each of the Holiday homes we visited, we were able to see Christmas trees
decorated by bloggers according to actual wishes from Make - A-Wish children.
I came away so inspired!
First up, I had to take a selfie with Rhoda from Southern Hospitality.
She was the driver of the golf cart I was riding in. How fun is that!!
This post is VERY picture heavy!
I loved all of the details in each of the homes and
really could have included many, MANY more photos.
So grab something to cozy to drink (or a nice cold Diet Mountain Dew, like I would)
and enjoy the eye candy.
This home was built by Drees Homes.
The garlands and holiday decor were absolutely stunning in this house!!
The fireplace did not have a mantle so the designer used a curtain rod to hang the banner.
What a fantastic idea!
I love the cocoa stations at each setting and the small trees made with various yarns and twines.
I loved the fruit tower! It was made from bowls, glasses and plates glued together.
Bonus Room with a tiny glimpse of the media room on the left
This is Jenna from Rain on a Tin Roof.
She decorated with an Oscars theme.
This home was built by The Gregg and Rains Building Group.
The dining room had the most interesting textured walls. It was a multi-layered, aged and distressed faux finish. I LOVED it so much! I kept petting it!
"Great" really doesn't even do this room justice. I could have sat in here for hours taking in every detail. The ceiling is lined with tobacco sticks. LOVE!!!
Charming bench in the entry.
I loved the hood (made from steel and wood), the lighting and the backsplash!
This tiny, moody powder room had HUGE impact wall treatments:
gold gilded arrows and faux mercury glass tiles.
Master bedroom- check out that barn wood ceiling!!
It also had the most amazing en-suite bathroom with a pedestal tub and wrap around shower!
This is the stairway leading to the Bonus Room.
I love the wall of brick!
This room is so fun and playful. It also had a small loft accessible by a ladder on the side.
Kari Anne from Thistlewood Farms decorated this fun circus themed tree.
She was just as Bubbly and Fun in real life as she seems on her blog!
I was thrilled to finally meet her!
This home was built by Arnold Homes.
I loved the wall treatments!
Kitchen and Great room
I loved that stone arch and the tile/wood flooring!
This tree was decorated by Kristie of the Decorologist
It was a Greek theme.
This room was my favorite. I think this garage door is such a neat idea!
Outside the bonus room is this darling porch with hanging rockers.
This home was built by Tennessee Valley Homes
Great Room and Dining Room
Breakfast Nook with spool table
I took too long in the other homes, so only had just a few minutes at this one.
This is Lesley from Chaotically Creative.
Her tree was a super model theme.
If your local to Nashville or the surrounding area, checkout the Parade of Homes,
running December 6-21. You will be glad you did!
See Kings Chapel for more information.
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