Christmas Home Tour Part 1December 01, 2015
Happy Tuesday and welcome to the first part of my Christmas Home Tour which is hosted by Sharon fro...
Happy Tuesday and welcome to the first part of my Christmas Home Tour which is hosted by Sharon from Pretty Practical Home. If you are visiting from Our Crafty Mom...HELLO (in my Adele voice) Haha!
Due to a recent revelation, I was not able to decorate my rental to its full extent. I really wanted to go all out this year and buy a butt-load of holiday decor, but my instincts told me to stick to what I already had...honestly, where would I have stored it? Haha! I did pick up a few things including a slim Christmas tree. At first I do not think my family was down with it but after it was all set up and decked out, they started to see it in all its glory. I really like the look of a slim tree and it made sense because we are limited on space.
The look I decided to go for was a mixture between vintage-eclectic-preppy mixed with a little glam. I know that is a mouth full.
I will be sharing my Christmas tree style on a later post. The mercury glass candle holder believe it or not is a clearance item from Halloween that I purchased from Michaels. The nutcracker is a German vintage nutcracker the 1960's that I purchased a couple years ago from the thrift store for a couple of bucks. Yep, it is my Christmas gem.
There is that deer again...Love!
More nutcrackers...beads and ornaments! Oh and there is one of three of my prints from Vintau!
Tinsel, beads and a whole lot of pattern rocking out in this corner!
That is a wrap for part one of my Christmas home tour. Be sure to stop by tomorrow to check out the rest of my holiday home tour.
You do not want to miss the chance to feel inspired! Up next on this Christmas Home Tour blog hop is Sara from Shabby Grace blog...and if you have visited her site before, you know she if full of inspiration and practical, BEAUTIFUL decor. Get inspired!
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