Holiday Home Tour {2018} | Cozy Farmhouse Home



Can you believe Christmas is in two weeks?!! I’ve mentioned before, it’s really snuck up on me this year. I still have shopping, wrapping, and baking to do! My home is finally decked out and filled with holiday cheer though, and I’m excited to show you my holiday home tour! I’m sharing our living, dining, and family rooms. I hope you enjoy this photo loaded post!


We’ll start with our family room. This is the coziest space in our home and where we spend most of our time, especially in the winter, because it has a wood-burning fireplace. The tree is artificial and I decorated it with ribbon, vintage-style, and hand-made ornaments.



Moving on to the dining room. The art that was above the sideboard was swapped out with a holiday canvas. I hung a branch from the ceiling and added hand-made pom-pom hat ornaments. I have lots of vintage soda crates that I use for holding decorations, plates, and plants.



I’ve been collecting Rae Dunn for a few years and keep pieces that I don’t use on a regular basis in this hutch. You can probably see why the doors are normally closed. The little photo bomber could do some serious damage in there!



Finally, the living room, which used to be our family room (you can see my room swap post here). This tree is real and decorated with our random collection of ornaments we have acquired over the years. Growing up, my parents gave me an ornament every year for Christmas and we have carried on the tradition with our daughter!



I hope you enjoyed my holiday home tour!

I’ll be back on Thursday with an outfit post and again on Friday with a new gift guide!

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