I decided to take a little break last week from creating content and it was a really great decision! While I’m a little later than normal with our holiday home tour, I still wanted to share a little peek! While I probably say this every year, this is my favorite year yet for our decorations. Blame it on the fact that we finally have our full sofa to have our decorations feel more complete. Here is our Holiday Home Tour for 2021 with some of our favorite products linked.
Interested in seeing how our holiday decor has changed (and stayed the same) throughout the years? Check it out here.
Holiday Home Tour 2021
Holiday Home Tour – Exterior
This year, we added a few lanterns to the stairs plus pre-lit potted trees on either side of the black bench on our stairs. We also added a few vintage pieces to our front porch and yard decorations with the help of my grandmother. That is one of favorite parts of decorating–being able to put decorations that remind me of my childhood. See more of this holiday tradition with my grandparents here.
Pre-Lit Garland| Potted Pre-Lit Trees | Pottery Barn Door Mat (old, love this option) | Plaid Mat
3 Foot Pre-Lit Tree | Buffalo Plaid Pillow Covers | Fairy Lights | Potted Pre-Lit Cedar Tree
Candles (set of 6) | Pre-Lit Wreaths with Bows | Lanterns | Flameless Candles
Holiday Home Tour – Interiors
Foyer & Hallway
These little nooks in our foyer and at the end of our hallway are always some of the ones I get so excited to put together. The mini village is one of the vintage decorations from my grandparents. The rest of the holiday decorations on the table in the foyer are from the Target one spot over the last couple of years.
I adore the little vignette in the foyer with the vintage tree from my grandmother. The tree & garland are linked here and have become staples for this section.
We recently updated the light fixture in our front hallway and I am absolutely over the moon with how it turned out in this space. Last year, we added the Rifle Paper Co. wallpaper which is jut so delightful. And, the truck and bottle brush trees are from the Target One Spot and here is a link to this year’s version of the pre-decorated small tinsel tree. Both rugs are Ruggables: round foyer rug and the runner.
Our home office is one of the brightest spots in our home and I always look forward to my Votes for Women tree!
I swoon over this guest bedroom thanks to this bed frame and the trunk that came from my grandparents’ farm. I’ve linked the red and white buffalo plaid duvet cover and pillow cases here.
I am so pleased that our living room has finally come together. This nook has this Rifle Paper Co. wallpaper, which I just adore. Our tree is a Balsam Hill 7.5 foot tree that has held up incredibly well for us over the last few years. It’s definitely been worth it! Now is a great time to buy a Balsam Hill tree during their after-holiday sale!
I love a good tablescape and this one is my go-to option each holiday season. The China and most glassware is from my grandparents. I recently added the Estelle Colored Glass champagne coupes in Amber Smoke and absolutely love drinking from them! And I always enjoy my MacKenzie-Childs decorations as well.
We did very minimal decorations in the kitchen this year, which was honestly quite nice and probably something we will continue doing in future years. One thing I did differently this year than in years past is incorporate more poinsettias thanks to the beautiful selection from my friends at Fairview Garden Center (see partnerships from the spring and fall).
David & I hope you had a lovely holiday weekend and enjoy the last little bit of 2022.
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