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Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
December 9, 2016
Thank you for stopping by and welcome to my new friends that have come from Vanessa's beautiful home tour! I've teamed up with some lovely and talented friends to do a Homes for the Holidays Tour. After you take a look at mine you will find a link to the next home in our tour at the bottom of the post as well as links to all 11 of the others. I hope you enjoy! (P.s. I love when you leave me comments. I do read every one! And if you haven't subscribed yet, please do so you won't miss a post)
Without further ado...
Welcome to my home!! This is the first thing you see when you enter our home. I love that this is the original staircase and it is quite a beauty. Although we have whitewashed many of the original cedar planked walls we deliberately kept this staircase exactly how we found it when we purchased this 44 year old farmhouse in the summer of 2015.
This is also the area I use to showcase some of my favorite vintage collectibles and heirlooms. I picked up this vintage chair and footstool at Wimberley Market Days (just 15 minutes from our house). The old milk can was decoupaged by my mom back in the 70's. I love the color! Atop the table sit our advent candles and a crystal nativity scene we were given as a wedding gift almost twenty years ago.
The next stop on our home tour is my kitchen. This area was quite a gift to my family. We were blessed to be a part of HGTV's House Hunters Renovation. They provided us with an amazing designer, Heather Harkovich of Heather Scott Home and Design, Austin, TX. She did such a great job of combining both of our styles, needs and wants.
I have incorporated my Rae Dunn Christmas mug collection as well as this darling ceramic Santa who was crafted by my husband's grandmother years ago.
I also love having these open shelves and being able to change them out for the seasons. The hope, love, and peace dishes and copper mugs are both from Walmart. The sweet sign is from my Instagram friend @houseofboysand beauty.
Moving on from the kitchen is our dining area. This year I went with reds and plaids. Aren't these dishes from Pottery Barn so festive?!
I love how this mini wreath from My Hydrangea Home looks atop the plaid plate. And because it is made of natural dried florals it smells amazing too!
As you see can see on our fireplace, I used a more neutral color to balance out all the bright shiny reds and plaids. I made these off-white stockings from vintage pillowcases (see previous blog post).