Come stroll through this simple Rustic Luxe Christmas Home Tour filled with cozy texture and simple clean lines!
Hello friends! Welcome to our Christmas home tour here in Wisconsin! If you’re here visiting from Two Twenty One, WELCOME! Isn’t Chelsea’s home just adorable! I may be a neutral person, but I love all her pops of color!!
I honestly didn’t do a whole lot this year for our Christmas Decor. I kept it pretty simple and used mostly stuff I already had. I did make this wreath for our front door, turned some old ornaments into something new, and used some fresh clippings in our garlands. Other than that it’s just stuff I pulled out of my tubs. We are hoping to list our home pretty soon so I didn’t want to go crazy and I certainly didn’t want to add more stuff to our storage boxes!
Outdoor Christmas Decor
I went with kind of a Rustic Luxe theme inside, but outside I definitely went classic! I just couldn’t help it with this 165 year old house in the historic district! It was practically begging for some red bows.
I just shared all the details on our porch decor and tips for adding cozy texture, but here’s a look at our house all dressed for Christmas! This house was in pretty rough shape when we bought it and the whole exterior is brand new.
Our entryway hasn’t been finished for very long, and I’ve never actually done a full reveal of this space, but I threw a few things in here for the holidays!
Of course Emmet followed me around while I did some decorating!
Christmas Dining Room Decor
Every year I put up a decorated Christmas Tree. But we also always put up our family Christmas Tree which lives in our dining room! This tree I give my kids full creative control over and it includes all our special family ornaments! It’s my favorite!!
This year we went to a cut your own tree farm and it was my absolute favorite! The kids had so much fun running down the aisles. And this particular tree farm names every single tree, which I thought was such a fun special touch!
We also got a new dining room table and chairs! I haven’t had a chance to share all those details (more to come next week), but I’m in LOVE with them! Not only are the chairs extremely comfortable, it just creates a much more modern, clean vibe in this space! It was way too dark before.
Rustic Luxe Christmas Living Room Decor
Since the mantel was the main focus of the living room I really wanted it to stand out! I shared all the tips in this post for a full looking garland (along with a video).
For decor this year I really just focused on textiles and added some new pillows I picked up at HomeGoods and some super cozy blankets!
Of course I had to have a few little faux trees sprinkled around!
I also have a little peek at a wall I NEVER share! Mainly because for years it’s just been a giant empty space, but I finally hung a gallery wall to bring our open dining room and living room together! Then I added a little sprig of our Christmas Tree clippings on top of each frame. Not really sure why, but it was fun! ;)
And that’s our tour! I hope you enjoyed the simplicity this year! As much as I was ready to decorate this year because our house was finally not in a construction zone, I also was having a hard time pulling it all together. It feels like we’ve been working so hard on the renovation that throughout the process my style has changed so much and I’ve just been piecing everything together in the meantime. Hoping to really focus on pulling everything together in the new year!
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This week I’m joining some of my talented blogging friends for the Christmas Seasonal Simplicity Series home tour week! We’re all sharing part of our home decked out for Christmas. Be sure to check out these fabulous Christmas decor ideas by clicking on the links below each image.
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And sharing the rest of the week…
The Tattered Pew / Life is a Party / Rambling Renovators / House by Hoff
Deeply Southern Home / Grace in My Space / Taryn Whiteaker Designs / Just a Girl and Her Blog