Our Cozy and Eclectic Christmas Home Tour

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Well hello and happy Wednesday! I’m so glad you could stop by our home today! I have to be honest…this year for Christmas I didn’t really have a plan when I decorated our home. Instead I just went with how I was feeling as I decorated each room in our home and what made me happy. Thus evolved the name of this post… our cozy and eclectic Christmas home tour. Come on in and take a peek. I hope you like what you see!

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Today I am linking up with Jennifer Rizzo’s Holiday Housewalk 2018 Linky Party. This is my second year linking up our home all dolled up for Christmas. Head over to the party for even more Christmas Inspiration!

I am also sharing with several other talented bloggers for a Farmhouse Christmas Blog Hop hosted by Kelly at North Country Nest. You can find all the links at the end of my post.

On to the tour…

Our Cozy and Eclectic Christmas Home Tour

Welcome home to our cozy and eclectic Christmas home tour!

Our Entryway

Welcome and come on in! Did you notice that our entryway has had a bit of a makeover? We recently tiled our entryway and added this gorgeous tiled doormat. It was a bit of a risk…but I’m all about taking risks and being creative when it comes to our home. We LOVE how it turned out and we LOVE how it looks all dressed up for Christmas!

Our tiled doormat welcomes all to our home.

The Merry & Bright pillow was a gift from my friend Brendt over at She Gave It a Go and the mini flocked trees are from Walmart, as is the large flocked tree just beyond the stair railing. The basket under our sweet pew was a vintage market find and the red throw I snagged at Barnes and Noble’s after Christmas sale several years ago.

A vintage pew welcomes you into this cozy and eclectic Colorado home.

Many thanks to my friend Brooke from Brooklyn Finds who always has the best finds like these beautiful old wicker demi johns she found in a 100 year old barn (the ones above the pew)! I picked them up from her at her booth this past October. My collection seems to be growing and I couldn’t be happier!

A fun Christmas vignette with vintage items.

Our Dining Room

The view below is looking back to our entryway that I just shared. Our entryway leads directly into our dining room and as you will notice this is where the blues I so love, started to make an appearance in my Christmas decor.

A peek into our Christmas dining room.
Our Christmas dining room.

I had fun creating an easy centerpiece for our dining room table using an old chippy blue shutter found at a local flea market, french lemonade and these darling trees from Rod Works. The plaid tablecloth is from HomeGoods and I layered it with a vintage chenille bedspread.

How to use a shutter to create a centerpiece.

Across from our dining table is the print makers cabinet from Restoration Hardware that I found at a local consignment shop, Curate Consignments. I kept it simple and added a lemon leaf wreath hung on a gold wreath hanger from Cozy Cottage, and the famous white houses from the Target dollar bins! It was fun being able to add our flocked Christmas tree in the dining room this year. Last year it was in our bedroom for Christmas. I miss it. Maybe I need another one! 😉

Our Kitchen

As you walk through our dining room you can see our kitchen to the right. The light in here is always amazing! Do you spy more blues and my favorite green dresser?

A cozy and eclectic kitchen dressed up for Christmas.

In the vignette below you can see another demi john bottle from my collection as well as an Antique Candle Works White Pine candle next to The Giving Manger which I shared about here.

A sweet Christmas vignette with a fun mix of bottle brush trees.
Cute ideas for Christmas vignettes.

This sign and vintage postcard is what Christmas is all about. You can see more of our Christmas kitchen in the post I shared last week!

Our Family Room

Looking out from the kitchen you can see our family room. This is our where our main Christmas tree is and where I was all about adding blue. This year I had fun using many different blues on our wrapping, our tree and our mantel!

A cozy and eclectic family room with blue accents for Christmas.

Okay…are you loving these huge amazing green shutters as much as I am?! Once again my friend Brooke from Brooklyn Finds came to the rescue and she let me borrow these. I’m thinking I might have to find a way to get her to sell them to me because they look like they are made for our house, right?! Thanks Brooke! 🙂

COme see our cozy and eclectic Christmas home tour!

Thank You

Now you can see why I called this our cozy and eclectic Christmas home tour. It’s important to decorate how you want and with what makes you happy. I am thrilled with how our Christmas decorations came together this year. I plan to enjoy it as much as possible!



PS-If you missed our Christmas porch from this year you can see it HERE!

See below for even more Christmas inspiration from some of my blogging friends!

North Country Nest // Joy in Our Home // Postcards from the Ridge // Sand Dollar Lane // Town and Country Living

A Blue Nest // DIY Beautify // Making it in the Mountains // Twelve on Main


The Frugal Homemaker // The Tattered Pew // Virginia Sweet Pea


Aratari At Home // The Honeycomb Home // Life on the Bay Bush Blog // Frazzled Joy // Cozy Traditional Home

15 Farmhouse Holiday Home Decor Ideas

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  1. Your home looks absolutely beautiful decorated for Christmas. I love your tiled doormat in your entryway and can imagine that all of your guests comment on it. Using a chenille bedspread as a tablecloth is a good idea and adds so much charm to your table. It all looks so pretty and I so much enjoyed the tour.

  2. I saved a pair of shutter doors (like yours) on garbage day. Initially the plan was to sell them at a garage sale. Felt the price was right and yet after two days, they did not sell. Hmmm Since I was mulling keeping them anyway, that’s what I did. They are flanked (one each) by the dining room sideboard in their white color, and love the look. Long mirror above the antique sideboard with the shutter doors one on each side. This past Christmas they held the holiday cards received. Now thinking of mounting small dinner places – 3? 5? on each side. It’s amazing what can be tossed in my neighborhood, and I’m always attempting to save as much as possible. If I’m not interested in the item, I will clean it up and sell for the next sale. Priced right, it usually goes.

    1. Oh they sound amazing! I love all kinds of shutters…plus sometimes all they need is a little paint. I’ve thought of adding plates too, that is such a great idea. If you find a good solution to hanging them please let me know! I appreciate you reading the blog!

  3. Never gave thought to using a bedspread as a tablecloth, and yet when you see it, I think of course, why not? I will be doing this and thanks for the idea!!

    1. I’m always looking for ways to use things other than what they are originally intended for…more use is always good! SO glad I inspired you.Thanks for stopping by!

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