It’s been a whirlwind of holiday home tours in blogland the last few weeks, and I’ve been sharing my holiday home room by room. Today, I’m happy to put all the pictures of all the decorated rooms together for one big Colorful Holiday Home Tour 2018. I’m joining the Seasonal Simplicity Holiday Tour hosted by Krista from The Happy Housie. If you’re stopping by from Clean and Scentsible, welcome!
I change up my strategy from year to year when it comes to decorating my home. This year, I was all about incorporating pops of deep teal and blush pink. They aren’t your traditional holiday colors, but they definitely make the house festive and happy.
If this isn’t your first time peeking around my holiday home, than I apologize for being a broken record, but I just can’t stop talking about my love of bottle brush trees! I’ve always loved them, and this year I just went a little nuts. They cover just about every surface in the house!
Here is a rare shot of the entire living room. I hate shooting into that ginormous window, and I kind of avoid this angle, but it’s the only way for me to show you the entire space!
This little vignette decorates the coffee table perfectly. 😉
We’ll move along to the kitchen!
My kitchen holiday decorating was pretty light this year. Just a wintery vignette for the center of our island, and some little place settings at each of our seats.
There are just so many places to stick a bottle brush tree, aren’t there? They look so cute on a napkin for a very simple but cute place setting.
I think this next picture is my favorite of the whole tour. I love the way the lights on top of the shelving unit twinkle and reflect on the counter top!
Next up is the dining room, or eating area. Really, neither of those names are accurate because we rarely actually eat here. 😉
We may not eat here very often, but that makes it even better to decorate! Actually, my love for creating pretty table tops is ironic considering that I don’t really like to cook. 😉
This easy centerpiece came together in minutes. I just stuck some bottle brush trees in a tray and added greenery to the bottom. Done and done!
The last room that I decorated and photographed was my daughter’s sweet room. It’s the happiest, sparkly-est room in the house, and it just feels so special.
For her (very recent) 7th birthday, she graduated to a big grown-up bed and got all new bedding. This cast iron bed is actually a family heirloom, and it belonged to my great-grandparents.
Simply walking into this room to put away laundry makes me very happy. 🙂
Thank you so much for stopping by and taking my full holiday home tour! I’m so glad you did! I hope you have a wonderful holiday season with those you love!
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Today I’m joined by some talented friends who are also sharing part of their Christmas home tour with you…
And the sharing is happening all week long!