Hi there! Another Christmas tour for you today! I’m loving the title of this, aren’t you? Can’t take credit! Thank you to Jennifer from Dimples and Tangles for being clever AND inviting me to join on this fun blog hop! Be sure to visit everyone on the list at the bottom of this post. If color is your jam, you’ll find a lot of fun holiday inspiration from them all! If you’re visiting from Jeweled Interiors, welcome!
So, let me fill you in on a little something. If you’re new here, last year for Christmas, I could barely share a thing because Better Homes & Gardens came to shoot our home! It was fun and exciting, but I was sad to put so much work into something I couldn’t share with you all! Well, now that the magazine is out, I’m sharing bits of last year. Not only because I didn’t get to share it before, but because some spaces didn’t end up getting used in the magazine. I hope you pick up a copy of their Christmas Ideas issue! The six page article came out beautifully!
So for starters, let’s start in our entry. Makes sense. Lol
I did share this fab tree shelf with you last year, but I didn’t get to share the abundance of green fabulousness I added to the banister!
I found the tree shelf from Home Goods, the vintage suitcases are from a store in Plymouth called Haven, the green books are all thrifted, and the different green garlands and ornaments on the banister are from Hobby Lobby. Now we’ll move on to our living room. I love this fun tree! It’s filled with colorful, fun ornaments that look so good in here!
Shop the living room…
Finally, here’s a glimpse of our dining room. This was shared in the magazine, but I had to share it for this blog hop, because it’s nothing if not colorful! 🙂
That centerpiece is meant for circular candles, but as soon as I saw it (at Home Goods) I thought it’d be fun to fill with ornaments instead!
These “marble” plates and the polka dot glasses are from Home Goods, and the green geometric vases at each setting are from Ikea.
Shop the dining room…
And there you have it! Thank you so much for visiting! Be sure to head to Rain On A Tin Roof next, and come back tomorrow for one last Christmas tour sharing my bedroom and my family room tree!