Welcome to my Christmas Home Tour! Are you ready for Christmas? I’m not quite there yet, but my home is finally decorated. Want to take a peek?
There are a total of 15 Holiday Homes on this Procrastinators Christmas Tour. Be sure to click on the links later on in this post. And there’s also an incredible giveaway for you to enter, so be sure to enter at the bottom!
I never really think of myself as a procrastinator . . . just very busy.
Sounds like a good excuse to me!
I almost always tend to decorate for Christmas with traditional colors.
Call me old-fashioned, but nothing says Christmas to me like good old red and green.
Don’t tell my HOA, but I snuck out in the cover of darkness to snip a few small branches off of an evergreen in the common area. They’ll never know.
The white cabinets in the kitchen were screaming for some Christmas cheer.
Paper medallions attached each door front was a quick and easy decorating solution.
An artist, I am not, but I think I did okay on the salvaged wood chalkboard.
We put up an artificial tree for the first time in years. I have to say: I love it. No falling needles! By the way, those curtains . . . they’re actually tablecloths! I love red and white buffalo check curtains for Christmas but I wasn’t willing to pay the high price for curtains that would be up for one month out of the year.
This will be granddaughter’s first Christmas and I can’t wait! It was so much fun buying girl toys for a change!
There’s always some furniture rearranging that has to be done to make room for the Christmas Tree. Every year, I think we try something different.
The set of Winterberry dishes was an early Christmas present and the table is set for a romantic Christmas Eve dinner for two.
Our Christmas traditions have evolved over the years. Now that the kids are grown, we celebrate here during the day on Christmas Eve. Then we have the evening to ourselves and enjoy the peace and quiet. On Christmas morning we’re up early to drive to my daughter’s house to watch the grand babies see what Santa brought. What fun!
Please click on the links to below to take a peek at my friends festively decorated homes:
Confessions of an ADD Housewife
I want to give a big THANK YOU to Online FabricStore and Farmhouse Decor Shop for donating the prizes for this giveaway!
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Lauren @ Mom Home Guide says
I love the candy cane spindles on your stairway! Very clever. Happy holidays!
Terri Nichols says
I love love love your red and white checked table cloths..er I mean curtains! Gorgeous!!! LOVE your style!
chris aka monkey says
love the wooden snowmen and your chalkboard xx
Kathy@ Petticoat Junktion says
Everything is so lovely Jeanie. I love traditional red and white. You did more than okay on that chalkboard. I love it!
So pretty Jeanie! And while I love having my family all around at Christmas, I adore your romantic table set for two!
Just love it all your tree is so pretty!
Thanks for this awesome giveaway!
Sherry Fram says
Love your Christmas decor. The snowmen in the window and the medallions on the kitchen cabinets are my favorites!
Lucy @ Patina Paradise says
Love your double wreaths with gingham and your salvaged wood chalkboard is to die for!
enjoying all the tours. Thank you for sharing your home
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Fonda Rush says
Love a better-late-than-never tour! Wonderful!
Robin @ Redo It Yourself Inspirations says
Very clever using the tablecloths! They look fantastic. Your entire tour is beautiful. Enjoy your Granddaughter’s first Christmas. I’m sure it will be special. 🙂
Love your salvaged wood chalkboard! Merry Christmas!
Erin Noie says
What a gorgeous home. Merry Christmas!!
Karen @ Dogs Don't Eat Pizza says
You had me at the candy-cane striped rails! Adorable!
Yvonne Sanders says
I love the star of wonder sign the most. Love chippy wood.
I so enjoyed your home tour. It looks so inviting and delightful! I have a lot of favourite touches including your burlap wreath, snipped evergreen branches (you have given me an idea) and I loved your salvaged wood chalkboard. I am like you about being super busy before I could get to the home tour and I stick to the traditional Christmas colours too! Have a wonderful Christmas with your Granddaughter!
Patricia Mastriano says
I love you use of red and white!! The gingham and I love the candy cane striped rails. I am positive her first Christmas will be wonderful. Thank you so much for the giveaway 🙂
Your use of the silver and white is literally breath taking!! It is soooo beautiful! I love your tree and everything – especially the silver tea service and platter – gorgeous!! Genius idea to use sterling with all the silver tinsel and the silver co3 e tress were beautiful too. You thought of everything. There wasn’t one lonely corner that needed anything. Absolutely lovely – it was like a crystal snow palace!!! I love it <3 Thank you for inviting us into your home, and for participating in the giveaway 🙂 Merry Christmas < 3
love your vertical wood signs. i really want to make some of my own one day! thanks for inspiration!
Love your house. I can’t decide which tree i like better, and i pinned your couch and coffee table. So cute!
Mrs Major Hoff says
I’m laughing because I have that same Paprika Pitcher from Longaberger 🙂 I love your chalkboard and the fun candy cane stair rail! It was fun doing the tour with ya. Happy Holidays!
Love Love Love your tree. So beautiful
Carmen N says
I really like that idea of putting evergreens and “berries” in a cup.