This has been one of the first years (in my adult life) where I have been able to decorate a “finished” house.
We are usually in the middle of renovating something….if not everything, and so there are only so many rooms to decorate for Christmas.
However, this year I felt like I could deck the halls forever!
I think I’ve “finished” 1/2 the rooms in this house this past year, and that is a lot of spaces to decorate, compared to the past.
I will show you what I have done for now. However, it’s only the 8th of Dec, so I will probably re-post an updated house tour at the end of the month.
–The Dining Room–
I went all out in the dinning room this year. The new chair slips are my favorite part.
Lots of silver, black and white, with some rustic elements.
I think my next house will be rustic meets glam. Works perfect for a eclectic junk lover like me.
–The Living Room–
I didn’t do too much to the living room. Added these Dollar Store snowflakes here and there…
Some evergreen clippings, more snowflakes and Christmas lights seemed to work for my piano corner.
…and a little Christmas shelf decorating.
In a week or so, I may hang a ginormous grapevine wreath in the window. We’ll see if I find the time.
I really didn’t do much to the kitchen either. I just kept it simple with these these Dollar Store snowflakes to the open cabinet backs.
I love how they pop against the black chalkbaord paint.
I added a few simple things to the kid’s bedrooms.
A tree, a snowflake banner and some ornaments were my only additions to the nursery.
I only added a tree to the other two kid bedrooms, so I don’t think you’ll see pictures of them.
The basement is another place where I added just a few things.
Some greenery, some sparkly silver and some snowflakes.
I just updated this room with some new pics, it was an undertaking to get all the branches in here, but I had to try it.
…and I really like them.
I found these puffy, glitter snow flakes at a craft store and just taped them on the mirror.
Thanks for viewing!
I hope you all had a great weekend.