I’m so excited to participate in Jennifer Rizzo’s Holiday House walk party again this year. If you haven’t seen the amazing line up of homes on this tour, you need to go to day one and check them out at the link above.
It’s my favorite time of year and one of my favorite posts to prepare. I think I have pulled the best of my holiday pictures to create this house tour for you. If you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoy what you see and will stick around for some other holiday posts.
This was my favorite tree to decorate. In the past, I have done this tree in traditional red and green. I already had the red ornaments, but wanted to do something different this year. At the end of last year, I started collecting black ornaments knowing I was going to try something a little different.
The rest of the idea for this tree came when I found this plaid box and the buffalo check pillow. Then I had my theme for the holidays. I knew I was going to do this tree in red, black and plaid. I love how the bottom of the tree looks as well.
This two tired tray from Painted Fox is one of my favorite things to decorate each season. I leave a couple things in it all the time and then change out the seasonal items. The mercury glass candles and buffalo check appetizer plate came from the dollar spot at Target.
These plaid salad plates came from One Kings Lane. I knew as soon as I saw them they were perfect for the look I was going for.
I love how this red striped ribbon pulls in the table setting with the Christmas tree. It’s amazing what a good wired ribbon can do for your decorating.
Someone hopped in to smell Santa’s cookies and milk. It made the cutest candid shot near my white tree.
This tree is done in all white and clear ornaments. The ribbon is the only thing that is silver. I felt it needed a little something so I added the silver this year and I really like it.
My Mother-in-law gave me this centerpiece years ago and I have always loved it. I just spruced it up with a plaid ribbon this year so it would match my theme.
The plaid table runner and plates came from Williams Sonoma. The polka dot napkins came from Pottery barn.
I decided to do my table two different ways this year just to give you two totally different looks. This one is more glam and glitz.
I put a gold snowflake on everyone’s plate, It was definitely missing something until I added this little detail.
The gold deer from Target go beautifully with my gold rimmed glasses and Lenox china.
Everyone needs a little Christmas in their kitchen. This coffee station matches my theme with mercury glass and a hint of plaid.
I love all the frosted white and green in this vignette. I didn’t really know what I was going to do here at first. I just started and it came together somehow. I love using cranberries. They are so easy and inexpensive to decorate with.
Decorating with metallics was trending this year. This was the last place I decorated and it was one of my favorite looks. Remember, you don’t have to always use red and green in your Christmas look.
I had so much fun showing you around my home. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. Please come back and read other holiday posts. You can see part 1 of my holiday home tour here. This is my favorite time of year and I have lots to share with you. If you like holiday decor and inspiration, you are in the right place. If you haven’t seen the bloggers on Jennifer’s holiday house walk you must go look at that now. Thanks again for stopping by.