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Farmhouse Christmas Tour

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Hello friends, I wasn’t sure whether or not I’d be sharing any Christmas decor this year. But here I am with a little bit of our farmhouse Christmas tour.

Christmas tree at Refresh Restyle

I had the tree up before Thanksgiving, I was trying to get ahead as I knew my little grandson would be making his appearance the first week of December. Much to our surprise he came three weeks early. Mom and baby did great and I’m sure Jenni was a little happy to get that show on the road. You know how it is in those last weeks. Needless to say, baby holding took precedence over Christmas decor. I spent two wonderful weeks in Tennessee with them, I really didn’t want to leave. Thank goodness they will be here next Saturday 🙂

Thanks to a Facebook group that I’m in, Barb came up with an idea for folks like me, that got behind decorating for Christmas, in blog  land we are really late. Welcome to the ‘Tis the Season Blog Hop hosted by Barb Garrett and The Everyday Home. The other bloggers are listed at the end, be sure to visit 🙂

We may be a lot later getting our Christmas decor out than some others – but you know how the ole’ saying goes.  “It’s Better Late Than Never.” 

Welcome to our home.

Welcome Christmas friends

I refreshed my fall wreath, you can see those details here: Fall to Christmas Wreath. Last year I had a wreath on every window, this year I kept it simple.

My entry for Christmas:

Welcome Winter Christmas

You can dress up any area with Christmas greenery, lanterns and seasonal signs.

Just inside the door are the stairs to the second floor. I found this beautiful lighted garland at Sam’s Club.

Garland wrapped staircase

Christmas entry with lighted garland

I need to stay out of thrift/antique stores. When I saw this green piece of furniture, I had to have it.

Green cabinet with Christmas decor

I added a little red and green in the dining. Seriously simply, using items that I already had on hand. I got a little crafty with mini snow globes and galvanized lanterns that I used all year long.

Simple Christmas decor in red and green

Green and red table decor

Ribbon and greenery added to the back of white chairs

Galvanized lanterns with mini scenes

Ribbons and greenery are the easiest things to dress up dining chairs. Our family will be with us over the holidays and I want everything to look festive not fussy.

Red and gold ribbon tied to the back of chairs

Wide plank pine floors farmhouse Christmas table

Bench seating at the Christmas table

If you have a printer tray, make this advent calendar. It’s so simple, find the instructions here: DIY Advent Calendar. It’s the perfect rustic farmhouse addition this time of year.

Printer tray advent calendar

Peace on Earth at Christmas time

The coffee station stepped aside to welcome hot cocoa. Perfect for warming up those holiday guest.

Hot Chocolate coffee bar for Christmas

I don’t have a full set of Christmas mugs, I just mix a few in with the others.

Santa pot perfect for hot chocolate

Santa teapot for hot chocolate

Merry Jingle Christmas to you

Justing keeping it merry.

Coffee by the fire and Christmas tree

I finally painted my fireplace, the bricks and mantel. I love it! Up until a week ago our television was above the mantel. I’m still smiling inside about have that thing relocated.

Christmas around the house

The tree is from Sam’s Club, I ordered it online and it was love at first site!

Merry Christmas from Murphy

Finally got Murphy in a photo, she’s the best dog in the world!

I kept the mantel simple, just like everything else 😉 this is the snowy village that I transformed, details: White Christmas Village.

Simple mantel decor for Christmas

Thanks so much for stopping by! We hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

Add a little copper to Christmas

Please make sure you visit all of these amazing blogs for some last minute decorating ideas. 


The Everyday Home || Mizz Helen’s Country Cottage

What Meegan Makes || Hearth and Vine || Wife in Progress



Refresh Restyle || Exquisitely Unremarkable

Walking on Sunshine ||  The Chelsea Project || Worthing Court


– Wednesday –


The Honeycomb Home || Confessions of a Plate Addict 

A Blue Nest ||  Unskinny Boppy  || SondraLyn at Home

    24 thoughts on “Farmhouse Christmas Tour”

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    3. Thanks for sharing your Christmas decorating ideas, Debbie. I love visiting your blog and being inspired. Everything you touch is beautifyl style. Congratulations on your new grandbaby. I hope you get lits of anuggles this weekend.
      And, yes, I can see why you needed the green cabinet! All that chippy goodness.
      Merry Christmas, my friend.

    4. Oh, your Christmas tree is stunning! Well, your entire home is. I love the green cabinet, such fun color, your fireplace and all those little touches of Christmas decor you sprinkled around your beautiful home.
      Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas!

    5. Hi Debbie,
      Everything is beautiful! I especially love your tree and how you’ve decorated it. I need a new tree – is it the 7.5′ pre-lit flocked Wyoming snow tree? Thanks 🙂

      • Hi Penny, My tree is Member’s Mark 9′ Shelton Flocked Christmas Tree and it looks like they don’t have it anymore. It was $279. I love it! Thanks for stopping by the blog!

    6. Hi Debbie,
      Congratulation’s on your new Grand-baby, what a special time of the year to have a new addition to the family. Your home will certainly be a very special place to come to, walking in with such a warm welcome.Your floors are just beautiful and the new green piece in your entry is a perfect color for the season. Of course Molly completes your cozy Farmhouse what a precious dog. It is fun sharing the tour with you and thanks so much for sharing your beautiful home.
      Merry Christmas,
      Miz Helen
      Miz Helen’s Country Cottage

    7. Hi Debbie,

      Your home is so warm and cozy. Love the tree, especially that fun Merry Christmas ribbon. That Santa tea kettle, and even that bit of copper sparkle. I’m always amazed and so enjoy touring homes, even when it’s not Christmas. Molly is gorgeous and she is definitely the highlight of the tour.

    8. Each room is so beautifully done, Debbie! You had me at the poinsettias. So happy to see this traditional Christmas flower gracing your lovely home. And I totally LOVE your tree. It was love at first sight for me, too. So happy to share this hop with you. Late… it’s ok. LOL…. Merry Christmas from Susie at The Chelsea Project


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