I wait all year for this post! I plan and create for months to deck out StoneGable with Christmas cheer! And today’s the day! I finally get to share our Christmas decor. I’m so happy you are here! WELCOME!!!! This year’s Christmas decorating theme is TREES! And dotted throughout our home are trees of all sizes and shapes. The color scheme this year is primarily red, white and black. You know how much I love a touch of drama (in decorating only) and a tad of black does the trick. Our home is cheery and colorful! Well, enough small talk, come on in and I’ll show you around!
This year I am thrilled to be a part of HOLIDAY BLOG WALK 2016 hosted by the talented Jennifer Rizzo from Jennifer Rizzo Designs. 31 Gorgeous homes beautifully decorated for Christmas!!!! Every one is a must-see! There is so much inspiration in every home! Thanks, Jennifer for all your hard work and asking me to be a part of this amazing tour!!!!
And a big THANK YOU to Wayfair for sponsoring this special event!
If you are coming to me from Angela’s at Number Fifty-Three… welcome! Don’t you love Angela’s trees and one-of-kind style? So inspiring!!!! She is a tough act to follow!
I’m so very excited to share Christmas at StoneGable with you!!!
Let’s start in the family room.
Besides trees, I scattered Christmas ornaments throughout the house too!
Trees on the mantel… and stars!
Covering books with red and white wrapping paper creates a festive looking bookshelf.
The breakfast nook is a small cozy space between the family room and the kitchen…
The newest addition to my breakfast nook is the updated striped rug from Wayfair. What a difference from the traditional black oriental that was there before! This rug is sassy and fun! You can see it HERE,
A fat candle in a simple white bowl of greens and ornaments work as a kitchen table centerpiece!
Even the open shelves in the breakfast nook are decked out for Christmas!
I’m captivated by bottle brushes this year!
Now on to the kitchen…
Now, to the living room…
This year’s Christmas tree is filled with white paper lanterns. They look magical when the tree is lit! Stop back on December 22nd to see my CHRISTMAS NIGHT’S TOUR. I’ll be sharing my lit tree.
My dining room is quite different from the rest of StoneGable. It is much more serene and soft and filled with winter whites and morning light!
Thank you so much fo stopping by! I hope there were at least a few things that inspired you!
Next on the tour is Kristen’s home from MY UNCOMMON SLICE OF SUBURBIA! Please stop by and see her stunning Christmas home!
Did you know that I have a Pinterest board called THE BEST HOME TOURS? You can see it and follow me on Pinterest HERE.