Christmas Home Tour: colorful, farmhouse, vintage

Hi friends and Merry Christmas!  Today I'm sharing my Christmas Home Tour that got colorful hints of farmhouse and vintage.

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Every year I look forward to getting all of our bins out of the attic and this year was no different.  After a crazy year, I couldn't wait to add lights and cheer and holiday spirit to our home.  Our halls are decked and I'm ready to share our home tour so grab yourself a Diet Coke or a hot chocolate and join me for a Christmas Home Tour.

Front Porch

On our front porch, I used all sorts of vintage fun!  I've picked up the vintage pieces over the years at the flea market and the thrift store.  

Home Tour Front Porch with vintage ladder and sled

I found some ice skates at the thrift store a few weeks ago and thought they would look great hanging on our vintage ladder.  (I really did find them at Goodwill.  I was so excited!)  I also hung a flat backed metal bucket on the ladder and filled it with branch clippings.  I leaned my vintage sled up against the ladder.  

On the front door, I hung a plain grapevine wreath that I tied various Christmas ribbons.

Home Tour Front Porch with vintage ladder and sled

I hung a large evergreen wreath on the front window with a snowflake light.  I put a tall vintage bucket of evergreen clippings with vintage plastic candy canes.  I love the look of the pillow covers on our Adirondack chairs.

Living Room

In our living room, I went for a colorful vintage look.  

Home Tour Living Room Christmas Tree

Lizzie is happy to invite you in a give you lots of loves!  She will accompany you while you look around and enjoy the Christmas decorations.

Home Tour Living Room wooden cubby with shiny brights

On the table inside our front door, I placed a vintage green window.  Above the window I mounted 2 vintage stair bannisters.  In front of the window and tied on twine and clipped on marquee letters with mini clothespins.  I also placed a wooden cubby that I filled with some of my Shiny Bright collection.  On top of the cubby, I placed mini Christmas trees and handmade quilted trees.  

Home Tour Living Room green metal cabinet with santa mugs

Over here in this corner, is my favorite green metal cabinet.  I talk about it all of the time because I love it so much.  I found it many years ago at the Nashville Flea Market.  On top of the green cabinet is a small cabinet I found recently at the thrift store.  I filled the cabinet with Santa mugs.  

On the wall mounted peg rack, I hung vintage grain sifters and a wreath that was made earlier this week.  Above the peg rack I hand painted a Christmas tree sign on a scrap of wood.

Christmas Home Tour Board and Batten stockings, tobacco star

Above our couch I placed a tobacco stick star, purchased at a boutique many years ago, that I wrapped fairy lights around.  I placed a faux garland across the board and batten shelf then hung 7 different stockings for our family:  my husband and me, my 3 kids, my soon to be daughter-in-law and our dear Lizzie.  

Dining Room and Kitchen

In our dining room, I always keep the d├ęcor simple because it's quite small and we eat dinner at the table every night.

Christmas tour in dining room.

On the table I layered a riser, a vintage red shutter and then a decorative wooden box.  Inside the box I placed Christmas candles along with pine branches and pine cones.

Dining Room table with stocked tied on chairs.

On each of our dining room chairs, I tied on vintage knit stockings that I found at a local antique store.  The stockings were kind of limp looking so I stuffed them with plastic grocery sacks.

Kitchen Side Board with candy cane decor.

Above our sideboard hangs a DIY shelf I made out of cabinet doors.  On the shelf I placed vintage window screens and glass jars filled with Christmas candy.  On the sideboard, I placed my collection of cakes plates and nativities from my collection.

Decorate above kitchen cabinets with thermos collection.

Above the kitchen cabinets, I placed my vintage thermos collection along with a pine garland and more fairy lights.  Since the lights are remote controlled they can be turned on very easily.

Christmas home tour hanging peg rack and Christmas candle.

Lastly, underneath the dish rack, hanging from this peg rack, I hung my collection of vintage cutting boards.  On a red cake stand, I placed a yummy Christmas candle to keep my house smelling great for Christmas!  

And that's it for my Christmas Home Tour.  I hope you enjoyed it and that it inspired you in decorating your home.