Are you ready for a home tour? It’s my favorite time of the year and I can’t wait to share how I decorated our family room for Christmas.
I finally finished decorating our family room and I am happy to share a quick home tour today. I love the traditional cranberry red and green and mixture of new and vintage decor. I can’t wait to see what you think.
Christmas Home Tour – The Family Room
Now that we are back from Hawaii, I have been able to spend some time finishing decorating our home for the holidays.
I am so happy I finished the room where we spend most of our time … the family room! Our family room is located adjacent to our kitchen and it’s where we enjoy all of our meals, watch TV (aka Hallmark movies at this time of year) and play games, and spend all of our time with our family.
One of the reasons I love to decorate our homes for the seasons is because we have a very neutral palette in just about every room. My theme this year is Cranberry Christmas so you are going to see a lot of red in just about every room!
I don’t think I have shared a home tour since we moved all of the furniture in our family room. We moved the furniture around in this room. The dining table is now just adjacent to the kitchen and I love our new Frame TV that shows beautiful art!
For the first time, we were able to fit a nice-sized tree in the family room. This tree is slimmer than most so I was able to tuck it back behind the vintage lockers next to the couch. (I recently painted the lockers white as they were an ugly gray and look so much better now.)
I added fresh wreaths with cranberry bows on all of the windows and doors. When you see our home tour of the rest of the house you will see wreaths in every single window!
Wreaths are an easy way to create instant Christmas decor in any room!
I also added some décor on the vintage wood window wall. These faux wreaths I purchased a few years ago are perfect.
Christmas pillows look great on a white couch and chair and the cranberry plaid and green ticking pillows look amazing.
Pillow covers give you Christmas decor in a snap!
I added some traditional décor on the small coffee table and used mostly vintage items. Both of the vintage Ironstone pieces are from Hollingsworth and Co.
On the dining table, I made a new centerpiece. Since we dine at this table every day I know it couldn’t be too large. I just wanted it to be fun so I used my vintage french wicker basket. All of the florals are faux because I want this centerpiece to last all holiday season.
I set the table for a fun holiday gathering for our family. Since our table is dark wood, I like to use lighter placemats and chargers so the Christmas plates will stand out.
I love having a bar set up during the holidays. When friends stop by, or the boys are ready for happy hour, it’s easy to enjoy a cocktail from our minibar.
The last thing I did was find a fun piece of holiday-themed art to put on our Samsung Frame TV. I am so in love with this TV and I love that it has a Deco frame and it can look like a piece of art and not a TV. I think this is the best invention and I just love it.
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