Vintage Colorful Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

I'm so excited to share this with you!
I wish I could invite you all
over for a cup of hot chocolate
as we listen to Christmas carols and 
chat by the Christmas tree!

But since that's just not possible,
grab yourself a beverage
and enjoy my
Vintage Colorful Farmhouse
Christmas Home Tour!

Welcome and come on in!

This year for my Christmas decor,
 I decided to go with a 
colorful vintage theme!

Red is my favorite color so I am super excited 
to use it around my home this season!

For my Christmas Tree,
I stuck to the basics.
Red, white and green painted glass ornaments

I wrote the lyrics to my favorite Christmas hymn
on a chalk board and put it between
windows from my mom's old house.

Everyone in my family chose a different stocking
from our collection for this year.
I love the way they look at mismatched and cozy
hanging together.

For my gray cabinet,
I used all sorts of vintage goodness!

I found all of the vintage Santa's this year.
They look great all together above the cabinet.

This colorful vintage vignette is so much fun!

On the other side of the Living Room is
our picture ledge shelves decorated 
with various nativities.
Underneath is a farm bucket with greens.
Next to the front door 
is a vintage sled and our Santa Mailbox.

The mailbox is a perfect place to put
letters to Santa!

Next to the door is this display.

I made a snow globe vase
with a car from my husband's childhood.

Next moving on to the Dining Room.
I tied wreaths to the center chairs
and stuck greenery and snowflakes onto the chandelier.

I kept the table setting simple
with white plates, colored
napkins and candy canes arranged in a heart.
I used various candles and candlesticks
for the centerpiece.

I pulled out a bunch of candlesticks from
my stash and added them to our
farmhouse table centerpiece.

I made the Christmas pennants several years ago
from felt and fabric paint.

On our shelves I used jars full of
Christmas fun: vintage ornaments,
mini trees, candy canes and marshmallows.
I even added some Cadberry balls 
to my vintage gumball machine.
The box holds various Christmas dishes.

The kitchen shelves got a little bit of Christmas love.

I added some greens to a bowl,
some vintage cookie cutters in 
a vintage jar
and a Christmas cutting board
to my produce holder.

Even the top of the fridge got a little bit
of Christmas cheer with vintage thermos's 
and a mini Christmas tree.  

I hope you can use some of these ideas to 
decorate your home!
Remember that it's never a waste 
to spend your energy (and money) 
to make your house a comfy home
for you and your family!

Living Room
painted ornament idea:  Aubry on IG
ping pong ball idea: The Creative Mom
garland pom pom yarn:  Hobby Lobby
star:  unknown
stocking ornaments: see here
red blanket:  TJ Maxx
red check pillow covers:  hand made
bottle brush trees:  Hobby Lobby, Walmart, Target
metal house:  Target
Shiny Bright ornaments, Santa post cards:  flea market
ruler photo holder:  see here
metal boxes:  thrift store
Christmas light bulbs, Santa vase, plastic Santa
Santa book:  flea market
picture ledge shelves:  see here 
mailbox:  see here
Merry Christmas ornament:  Kirklands
felted ball garland:  unknown
sled:  vintage
Santa Poster:  flea market

Dining Room
how to strip and stain a table:  see here
farmhouse table centerpiece:  see here
candlesticks:  various
Christmas pennants: see here
Santa boot, 2 and 5 cards :  flea market
door knob holder:  handmade
large Santa:  carved by a family member
it's good to be home sign:  homemade
tree and bucket:  Target
mini trees: hobby lobby
gumball machine:  vintage

farmhouse shelves:  see here
vintage scales:  flea market
silver trays:  thrift store
red and white bowls:  TJ Maxx
produce holder:  see here
Holly Jolly Bakery cutting board:  handmade
vintage crate:  thrift store
thermos: flea market
mini tree: Hobby Lobby


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