Happy Christmas Room Tour day! So here’s the deal. I host this beautiful Christmas tour with some of the most talented bloggers in blogland each year, right? And let me tell you…it can be stressful to decorate a whole house for blogland. Can I get an amen?
This year I decided to tweak things a bit and narrow it down to one room. Struggling with how to decorate your kitchen? Maybe you’ll get some inspiration through this tour! Buuuut you won’t get that inspiration from me. I can help you with your dining room though! I chose this room because it’s the first room our guests see when they walk in, and I wanted it to vomit Christmas all over them. Sort of.
I used my flocked Christmas tree as the driving force behind the room decor. Fresh greens are a staple throughout the house (read: free), so I just integrated some gold and copper to go along with it.
Some fake eucalyptus combined with free greenery from the backyard. I stuck it into a jar of sticks from Ikea. Voila!
Yes. Again with the fresh greenery. Free, remember?
The ornaments are all dollar store purchases, and I pulled in some copper and brown tones with feathers I had around the house. The battery candles are remote control operated. I now want to buy about 438 more of them.
I’m pretty giddy with the space and how much it spared my pocketbook. Just goes to show that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to decorate for the holidays–as long as you have a forest of evergreens in your backyard.
And now for the best part of the tour…who else is coming up! Please visit these spectacular bloggers throughout the week. I’m SO thankful they’re joining us, and I’m excited to see the beautiful rooms they’ll be sharing!
Where do you go from here? One of my favorite people! KariAnne from Thistlewood Farms will NOT disappoint! I promise.
Shelley | Crazy Wonderful says
Absolutely gorgeous! I’m going to start calling them free-sh greens because free and fresh is the only way to go 🙂
Stacy Risenmay says
I love the use of feathers! I adore the little bird on your tree too. What a stunning space!
Where is the display cabinet from? I love it along with all the decorations!