Hi friends, happy December and welcome to my 2019 Christmas Sunroom tour.
Our sunroom is the first room in our home that gets Christmas Love. It’s a room where we spend a lot of time relaxing and chilling by the fireplace so I like to get it fully decorated before any other room in the house. This room has evolved over time since we moved in, more than three years ago. Each year I play around with the room configuration and come up with different decor ideas. The decor this year is quite different than Sunroom Christmas Tour 2018, and very different than “Modern French Country Christmas” Sunroom Tour and Remodel 2017. Check them out to see the year over year room transformations.
Christmas Sunroom 2019 has a red and white theme you will see repeated throughout the room.
The color red came back into our sunroom this year. In the past, I played around with neutral Christmas decor but my heart always comes back to the vibrancy of red for the season.
In prior years I moved the sofa and chairs in the room to allow for a particular placement of the tree or trees. This year, I did not move any furniture but left the pieces in tact and I really like it.
The fireplace mantel is fairly simple this year.
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Flocked garland, stripped ribbon and candles.
I used two, nine foot strands of lighted garland and weaved striped ribbon into them. I made two bows for the corners. If you are struggling with bows, check out my YouTube Video HERE on how to make a bow.
The top of the mantel has two silver candelabras, one on each side.
In 5 Steps to Decorating a Flocked Tree to Look Like a Designer Christmas Tree I showed you how to create a designer tree of your own.
I kept the rest of the decor fairly simple, Bentley likes the room too 🙂
Red velvet pillows and coordinating pillows tie into the ribbon on the tree.
How to DIY a Designer Christmas Tree Topper will show you how to make a pretty tree topper of your own.
Flanking the tree with 2 wing chairs creates a cozy setting.
My tree ornaments are made up of many different collections and store finds, many consisting of red and white. Check out this Youtube video of the ornaments up close.
A red poinsettia and frosted Christmas trees create a simple coffee table centerpiece.
The stockings on our mantel are years old. I create different looks by reversing them, the opposite side has our names embroidered in burgundy. Flipping them over creates a simple look.
A few white doves add another layer of dimension and elegance to the flocked tree.
I always get asked about our chandelier, this particular one is not available anymore, but you can find the look for less HERE.
Our Red and White themed Christmas room has earned the title of “my favorite room in our home”.
Adding a few pinecones and red wooden pomegranate elements complete the mantel.
I’m really loving the simple elegance of the mantel this year…
And the soft twinkling lights.
The room feels warm and cozy but not overdone.
Red, white, and green colors are a beautiful combination for any room.
Reflections of twinkling lights throughout…
And red and white on repeat.
I hope you enjoyed our Christmas room tour and got ideas for your home. Check out my Youtube video of the room HERE. Next week, I am hoping to finish up the kitchen now that Thanksgiving has passed. How about you, have you started to decorate for Christmas?
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4 thoughts on “Sunroom Christmas Tour 2019”
Oh Denise – that’s gorgeous! ❤ The whole room is beautiful and I love your mantel! Wow!!
Thank You Barbara! It’s so fun coming up with different ideas each year. So glad you like it!
It’s simply stunning! I really like that striped ribbon.
Hi Joni! So glad you like the decor. The striped ribbon is pretty. I used a 4″ striped on the tree and a 2″ striped on the mantle.