Hi friends. 🙂
Christmas is but a short few days away. Are you prepared? I find I’m running around like crazy trying to check off my Christmas to-do list (Shhh, I still have to wrap!)
This weekend I am revealing my Christmas house tour with you all! Keep in mind that means it’s only a couple of not-finished rooms and glimpses into other areas of the house that are in mid-renovation… I’m not ready to show the other half of the house just yet. But it is what it is when you are renovating a century home on a budget… I hope you’ll enjoy it for what it is anyway. 😉
My favourite part of our foyer table? This GORGEOUS driftwood Christmas tree I received from Blue Moon Lavender!
I added a starfish on top for a little extra festive cheer… I just love this little tree!
My favourite part of the farmhouse this year? My mistletoe Sheet Music Garland beckoning you to step under the mistletoe…
This beautiful mistletoe was a new purchase this year from Wheaton’s. I couldn’t resist this beautiful decoration, and I know I’ll have it for years to come.
Off of the foyer to your right is our kitchen. I added a few festive touches here and there.
I’m going to be quiet for a minute (Is that possible?) and let you look around 😉
It sure is a winter wonderland out there!
Next we’ll step into the dining room. This room, like the rest of the house, has a ways to go. I decorated with branches on the chandelier, and a wooden box filled with birch candles my father & I made together.
I filled the wooden box with fir branches and extra ornaments I had on hand – as well as some pinecones.
Don’t worry – we never leave candles unattended!
Our dining room is a small open concept with our living room. Come on in & take a seat!
See those beautiful candle holders? Those were a lucky find at Deal n’ Deal Liquidators! I adore their aged finish. All of my garlands are made with antique sheet music found at their store as well!
Our Coastal Christmas tree makes me feel fuzzy every time I look at it. We cut down our own tree every year, which is one of our traditions.
This antique bird cage I simply filled with my DIY glittered pinecones and pretty ornaments.
Let’s take a small peek upstairs. I’ll hide your eyes from the renovations (like the floors and stairs!) and more unfinished rooms. 😉
Just outside of our bedroom sits our record player which we love to play Christmas records on this time of year. Beside the record player is an adorable Christmas tree light my friend (family) Diane gave to me. It’s special to me for so many reasons. 🙂 I grew up with one in our family home which unfortunately broke… it was one of my favourite decorations growing up. When Diane got wind of how much it meant to me she surprised me with the one my Mom made for her years ago, which she kept in immaculate condition.
Our comforter was made by my mother, neighbor, and I a couple of years ago. The bed skirt & two decorative pillow cases are second hand.
As we make our way downstairs you’ll notice a big sleeping bear.
That concludes the tour for this year. Hopefully next year I will have more finished spaces to share with you.
Thank you so much for dropping in to visit! It was lovely showing you around.
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