Welcome Friends to another segment of our Christmas Home Tour. Today we will be visiting the Family Room, decorated in a white and gold theme.
As I mentioned in the prior posts, my goal was to have a different holiday theme for each room of our home. The Kitchen was decorated in red and green HERE and the Sunroom in white and silver HERE.
The family room tree is decorated with white magnolia flowers, bows, gold, silver, and white ornaments.
The lighted garland is decorated with gold ornaments and white flowers. The tabletop wine barrel lazy susan HERE is topped with white trees from Hobby Lobby.
A lighted wreath hangs on the double doored glass cabinet.
Flowers arranged with white roses and greenery.
The kitchen Christmas tree is also viewable from the family room.
I made the bows with a wide netted gold ribbon and thinner white ribbon.
The frosted holiday ball includes colors of white, silver and green.
Tried to keep the decor fairly simple in this space. The room has gray walls and neutral furniture. All the furniture is from Restoration Hardware.
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So far, this Christmas season has been filled with fun and exciting room transformations. I have really enjoyed decorating our house for the holidays! This is the first year I have added Christmas touches to so many rooms, if you missed the kitchen tour, you can check it out HERE. Continue reading “Christmas Sunroom Tour and Transformation”
Washington DC is officially ready for the holidays! The White House has unveiled its holiday decorations for 2017. Melania Trump personally selected every detail, right down to the edible wreaths hanging from this year’s gingerbread house. Continue reading “White House Christmas Tour 2017”
I often get asked about the ribbon methods I use to decorate my Christmas trees. Each year, I try something new. A few years ago, I decorated our fraser fir using a criss cross pattern. I used 2 ribbons, a burgundy velvet ribbon on top of a wider, gold ribbon. I attached red magnolia flowers at each intersection. For the tree topper, I made a large bow using the same two ribbons. Continue reading “How to Decorate a Christmas Tree with Ribbon Using Different Methods”
In previous years, I haven’t bothered to go through the trouble of decorating our kitchen for Christmas. But this year, since we remodeled the space HERE, I was eager and excited to bring in some Christmas love, but also wanting to keep it simple. Look no further than the backyard. Continue reading “Christmas Kitchen Tour”
One year ago, I started a blogging journey not knowing what to expect. I knew nothing about blogging. I had not followed any blogs nor had I ever read any blogs! So what the hell was I thinking?
I have a passion for home interior design and I want to share that passion, it’s that simple. I had no other motive. I wrote my first post 1 year ago on my birthday and have consistently posted twice a week for the last year. One year into this journey has given me a completely new perspective into the blogging life but I still wonder where do I fit? Continue reading ““One Year Blogiversary” – What I Have Learned & Where To Go From Here?”
We’ve all seen the infamous farmhouse style magnolia wreaths made popular by Chip and Joanna Gaines from HGTV’s Fixer Upper. They are hard to miss because they are everywhere!!!
Personally, I like magnolia leaves and the magnolia wreath concept, but they are a bit plain for my taste and have become very common. If you’ve been following me for a while, you probably know my style – the bigger, the badder, the bolder, the better!! Continue reading “How to Make a Eucalyptus Wreath with Burlap Ribbon”