I hope you enjoyed reading all the details of the rooms in this series! This has to be my favorite post of the year! I’m excited to share a full Holiday Home Decor Tour today along with a few spaces and photos I haven’t shared yet, including our front entryway, staircase and foyer. Keep reading to see a few photos of each decorated room in our home, and click on each post to see all the detail photos.
This is the final post of my holiday home décor tour. I’m so thankful for my partner of this post, Lynch Creek Farm. This post may contain affiliate links. All thoughts and opinions are my own. See our disclosure for more information.
- Living Room Christmas Decorations
- Dining Room Christmas Decorations
- Kitchen Christmas Decorations
- Christmas Bedroom Decorations
- Playroom Christmas Decorations
- Holiday Home Decor Tour
Let’s start with the front porch. I’m usually a “go big, or go home” kind of a person, but I really wanted our front porch to be elegant, a little understated, but very inviting. Considering we saw multiple people taking pictures of our front porch, I think it was a hit!
I love our dark wood double doors and wanted to feature the unique arch shape of our entryway. I hung fresh cedar garland around with lights. There’s just something about fresh garland that instantly brings elegance to your home decor! Lynch Creek Farm, the same company that I purchased my garland for the inside of my home sent me these two gorgeous 24’ live cedar wreaths. They had white pine cones and poinsettias, and silver ornaments and a festive bow. They were so full that they were heavy…and that’s the kind of quality I love to see. I will most definitely be using them again next year!
I found these sets of three slender flocked trees and love them! I quickly wrapped them in strands of lights to give our porch that extra glow at night. I love the tiered sizes as well.
When we were shopping for our new home, I had hoped for a two-story foyer and a beautiful staircase and was already envisioning decorating it just like this. I used fresh cedar garland with a dusting of snow, ivory satin ribbons with pearls dangling, and strands of light to give our staircase and balcony just the right amount of twinkle!
For parties that we hosted, I added my lanterns filled with bottle brush trees and lights. I also used candles along with some of my favorite gold votives filled with candles. The staircase is one of the first things you see when you enter my home, so I love these elegant touches that help welcome guests and give our home a little extra glow.
The Living Room is the first thing you see when you enter the Foyer, so we’ll start there. I literally couldn’t wait to decorate this room. This room was one of the selling factors in our home, and as you know we just finished with the big renovation and redesign the day before I started decorating for Christmas!
I absolutely love the 10-foot flocked Christmas tree. As I mentioned in the Living Room Christmas Decoration post, it was so easy to set up with very little mess. I used white velvet four-inch ribbon along with white and gold poinsettias and strings of pearls. I’m thankful I had a large selection of champagne gold colored ornaments that were perfect for the neutral – white look I was envisioning. I used some new white ornaments for that pop of white, and I’m thrilled with the overall look at our tree.
On the mantel, I used fresh cedar garland with a light dusting of snow. I added lights and a stand of pearls to give it a very simple, but elegant look. The focal point of the mantle was this custom art piece entitled Rose Ballet. Be sure to check out the full post to see the meaning behind it. Also, you’ll want to read that post because I share several tips on how to hang the garland, how to hang stockings, and how to get those stockings to hang straight!
In the rest of the living room, I decorated with little touches like my collection of pink nutcrackers and bottle brushes. I also love to have bowls and cake stands of ornaments throughout my home during the holidays. Also, a Santa Claus and his reindeer are a must for my decorations as well. If you haven’t already, but sure to head over to the full living room décor post to get all the details!
As I mentioned in my Dining Room Christmas Decorations post, I used white and gold décor, with touches of blush pink. I was so excited to have space for a Christmas tree, so I used the tree we have used for years in the living room of my previous home. On the table, you’ll find my gold and white Noritake Christmas china, along with my crystal glassware and gold silverware. To bring in a little pink to the table, I used my pink linen napkins. For the centerpiece, I used white and gold trees, a dusting of faux snow, and white miniature round baubles. I placed a gold star-shaped ornament at each place setting to add an additional elegant touch.
On the tree, you’ll find a white satin ribbon with rhinestone trim along with champagne gold stems throughout. I love mixing the white and blush pink poinsettias. A lot of these have clips, so they clip on very easily. I featured white and pink ornaments throughout, and I have to say that this tree turned out so gorgeous. I wasn’t sure how a pink tree would look, and I’m so glad I went for it and I’ll do it again. For more details and sources for this room, check out the Dining Room Christmas Decorations post.
Let’s take a look at the kitchen. If you’ve been following me here on the blog or on Instagram, you know we recently finished a pretty major renovation. I really wanted to keep the kitchen simple this year as I knew we would be refinishing our hardwood floors during the month of December. I also really enjoy the clean white look of the kitchen. I added some touches of garland, some faux and fresh winter florals, lots of bottle-brushed trees and candles. I hung two flocked wreaths from the windows. I also displayed a few very special keep-sake items, along with the gingerbread house we made together as a family. We baked a lot of cookies, lots of friends and family gathered, and other meaningful festivities happened in the kitchen. Be sure to see the full kitchen post for more sources and details!
We kept our master bedroom pretty simple. While I already have plans to do a little more with this room next year, I love how just a few touches can make a statement. I used garland, bottle brush trees, and faux winter flowers to bring in some holiday touches. I also love using pillows to change the tone of a room, and these pillows do just that! Make sure you check out the full bedroom Christmas décor post to see the rest of the details.
Since we spend a lot of time in the playroom, I wanted to go all out for my kids. As I mentioned in the full playroom Christmas décor post, I have accumulated a lot of Gingerbread décor over the years because of someone very special in my life. The playroom was the perfect home for all my playful and whimsical décor. The kids decorated the gingerbread tree themselves, and I had fun adding lots of touches to the walls and bookcases around the room.
That’s a wrap for my holiday home decor tour for 2018. I loved getting to share this with you, and I hope you loved reading all the details. I’m already dreaming up what next year might look like, it really is the best time of year!
Merry Christmas from my family to yours! If you are looking for holiday recipes, be sure to check out the recipe section of my blog. I’m also already gearing up for some fun Valentine’s content, but if you’re looking for more inspiration now, check out what I shared last year by visiting the holiday section of my blog. Here is a pin to save this post for later, thanks so much for visiting today and following along in this very special holiday home decor series!