Christmas Home Tour


Traditional reds adorn our trees, garland, and Christmas wreaths.
 
From birds and pinecones to florals and fruit, our traditional Christmas decor displays elements of nature as the central theme.

An old-fashioned miniature Christmas village lends itself to the traditional Christmas decor.


Simple dollar-store finds, like red candles and the "Merry Christmas" tray pictured above increase the festive look without costing a lot of money.

Red velvet bows on all of the greenery provide a cohesive look to our Christmas decorations.



In our dining room, a second Christmas tree is decorated with red velvet bows and vintage-inspired ornaments. The red and white florals and plain red baubles tie it in with the family tree in our living room. Ribbon hung vertically on the wall by our dining table displays Christmas cards, and on our table sits one simple mini Christmas tree.

I've always seen gift wrapping as another opportunity for Christmas decor. Ours matches the rest of the room both by it's red colors and the natural elements.


 It doesn't take a lot of money or time to create beautiful, cohesive Christmas decor. For me it's all about picking both a main color or two and a central theme, then tying them together by repeating one specific element. For example, I tied every area together by incorporating red velvet ribbons in each section. What does your Christmas style look like this year?

17 comments:

  1. I love it. :) I want to decorate so badly.

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  2. You have a beautiful home, Krisztina--and a natural gift for decorating!

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  3. It looks beautiful! I love all the details. I have always wanted a garland for my staircase, but with four boys, it's been impossible. On that note, my decorating style this year is one-year old toddler. Our tree is a mess with all the ornaments he's been picking off and we've replaced up high. Our tree is naked from the waist down (hee hee).

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    1. Lol! I remember those days. Well you know they'll be grown before you know it!

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  4. You have a beautiful home filled with Christmas spirit. I love the stacked and wrapped gifts. I will do that for our grandchildren. Helps to calm the crazy....giggle. Hugs

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    1. Thanks, Katherine. Yeah, I just started doing that this year w/the presents. It should help with sorting them on Christmas morning!

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  5. What beautiful pictures and a beautiful house. We love Christmas and do a lot of decorating too. The comment above about what a one year old can do to a tree reminds me of my sister-in-law who put their tree in a play pen (do they have those anymore?) to keep their smallest child away from it.
    I wish everyone a Merry Christmas or Happly Holiday filled with family, friends, fun, and peace.

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    1. I've seen those before, the playpins around trees. It was a long time ago though. Anyway, thanks for stopping by , Amy.:) Merry Christmas!

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  6. You really go all out! The house looks beautiful!

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    1. Thanks! I even toned it down this year...I usually do the outside and some of the bedrooms, but I just stuck with the main living areas this year. I'm a tad bit obsessed w/the holidays.

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  7. I tell people my daughter-n-law is a domestic diva,your nice decor is just an example.Great job.

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    1. Aw, thanks!!:) And thanks so much for sharing the link too!

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  8. Wonderful photos! I feel all festive now. :)

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  9. Such great pictures! Very vivid. I love all the red festiveness!
    Have a wonderful Christmas, Krisztina!

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  10. Looks absolutely stunning! Gorgeous colours.

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