It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!! Which (I’m convinced) is the song that each and every Christmas home tour post should start with.
This year has been a long one… for a multitude of reasons. On a personal note I bought a new house and moved in about a month ago… which means this Christmas home tour was a quick turn around!
My mom and bestie helped me unpack on turbo mode… but don’t be fooled there are plenty of rooms that still need lots of work. You can check out my full 1 month Lula Mae Farmhouse Update here if you want to see all the rooms.
In the meantime let’s start at the beginning and check out all the Christmas!
This year I decorated *ahem* just a little bit (which turned out to be more than I planned, because we could all use a little happy this year and the Christmas makes me happy! So we’ll check out the entry, living room, dining room, kitchen and master bedroom.
Let’s start at the beginning… the entryway! But if you want to go back to my last home tour (which was very different with a blue and silver winter wonderland vibe) you can check it out here.
Christmas Home Tour
I figured we’d start at the beginning… the front door! Last year I made a flocked wreath with a little rose gold Scandinavian horse and thought it was my absolute favorite wreath of all time. But that was before I discovered resin and made my new all time favorite wreath of all time… this pretty blush and rose gold resin masterpiece of a wreath for my front door.
I guess it’s more of a door hanger but it goes on the door… so I’m calling it a wreath! I may even add an actual wreath around the outside at some point, but I haven’t found one I love just yet.
And I kind of love it just how it is… the pretty smooth surface against the surface of the door is fabulous. Of course, the best part is when you open the door and can see the pretty Christmas tree and decorations through the opening!
It’s like a little slice of fabulousness all at once.
And the first part of the fabulousness is the little secretary I have beside my front door. It’s the perfect entry way to my living room and a great spot for a few pretty pieces. Like this little tobacco basket!
I added a cute little metal sign with a quote in infusible ink from my December collection of free svg’s and a big rose gold bow! All together it was a quick and easy project and turned out super cute… which is awesome since there’s nothing I love more than an easy project that looks like I bought it at a store.
And this little Christmas Tobacco basket was both easy and pretty. Two for two!
Since you enter the house directly into the living room this little secretary is it for an entry way. Let’s move on to the living room!
- DIY Resin Merry Christmas Door Wreath
- Rose Gold Christmas Tree
- Blush and White Stockings
- Blush Infusible Ink Cricut Quote Tobacco Basket
Ready for a close up of the pretty rose gold Christmas tree we saw through the door way? And yes I do mean rose gold tree… the actual branches are a champagne color! The unique color was a little tricky to decorate but I absolutely love it turned out… especially with these little resin snowflake ornaments!
It’s such an elegant tree and it’s so much fun to sit by at night.
Since I don’t have a fireplace in this house I like to hang my stockings on my big white bookshelf! It’s the perfect solution to keeping my stockings up off the ground and hanging out of reach of little paws.
This year I picked up a few new stockings and then customized them myself with a bit of pretty lace. It was a fairly easy project that anyone (even someone who isn’t *ahem* super great at sewing) can tackle. The best part?
Once the stockings were finished I used my Cricut to cut out and foil a new set of leather stocking tags. They’re so cute that my Mama asked me to make her a set in red for her house… and she while she loves my projects she rarely wants a duplicate for herself!
So you know they’re cute!
Ready for the other side of the living room? Since this is an open concept area we have a sweet little spot right in between the living room and dining room where my gossip bench is sitting.
I’m not a huge fan of black but they go together really nicely and the black really makes the lighter resin colors stand out.
Which was the goal.
- Rose Gold Christmas Tree
- Blush and White Stockings
- Blush Leather (Foiled!) Stocking Tags
- Resin Snowflake Ornaments
- Resin Merry Christmas Sign
- DIY Letter to Santa Sign
I went *ahem* a little crazy last year collecting rose gold mercury glass trees… and they looked amazing on the mantle I used last year. BUT to be honest I bought them with the intention of placing them on a table runner down the middle of a long farmhouse table.
So when the house I bought didn’t have room for a big, pretty farmhouse table I was disappointed… but not for long! What I lack in table real estate I make up for with my kitchen island. And my little collection of trees is absolutely amazing on the island! I’ve added bottle brush and cone trees to round out the forest and I have to say I am in love with the entire effect.
Especially once I upped the ante a little and decided to keep some of my wrapped presents on the island this year! I needed a good place to put presents that wasn’t under the tree (hello… dogs!) so I thought I’d keep the prettier pieces on the island!
These little resin Christmas light bulbs were the perfect addition to this years gift wrap… and I can’t wait to give these babies out on Christmas morning. But in the meantime they’re super cute decor!
Of course, with the island being so busy I didn’t do too much to the rest of the kitchen. I added a big fuzzy white bow to each window, placed a pretty rose gold deer on each of the open shelves and threw in a cute little sled from the Target Dollar Spot that I customized with a cute new SVG!
Ready for the dining room… or the dining nook? The reason I don’t have enough space for a farmhouse table?!
Okay let’s be honest I might have room for a small farmhouse table… but definitely not a large one. And if you can’t go big you’re suppose to go home so I just stuck with the small white dining room table I already had.
Which was already in my home so I figured that was the equivalent of going home.
Since the dining nook is pretty small my Christmas Tablescape post really gives you all the details. You can check out the entire source list and I’ll walk you through setting the entire table. Including a few of the diy projects you can see in this space: like the resin presents or the tiny resin Christmas trees.
Or even the cute We Wish you a Merry Christmas Tree which which is actually a resin mold that turns into a stand and stands up on it’s own. Which is kind of epic.
Last but not least we have my bedroom… and y’all since this is the master bedroom it is huge! I’m going to have to get more baskets of blankets or things to tuck in beside things because all my furniture is so far apart it looks naked in photos!
Luckily I was able to place my little flocked tree on a trunk so that it didn’t look five inches tall! And yes… this is the same flocked tree that I used in the bedroom last year! BUT this year the flocked tree is in a different bedroom, on a different trunk with a different set of ornaments.
I’ve actually taken quite a few ornaments off this tree to lend to the living room tree. So this bedroom tree is missing a few pieces! Don’t worry though… I still have my easy DIY gnome ornaments and the shrinky dink snowflake ornaments front and center.
Plus I’m still rocking the knitted tree skirt I made for the bottom of this tree… and since white knitted goodness never goes out of style I have a feeling that I’ll be rocking this tree skirt for many years to come!
Of course, the Christmas tree is the main decoration in my bedroom but I did sneak in a little more. A few mercury glass trees can be spotted across from the tree and my favorite? A bunch of adorable blush and rose gold gnomes on top of my armoire!
I absolutely love it!
The bedroom is my last room this year! So if you loved this tour as much as I did make sure to comment down below or pin this post for later!
I’m so glad you made it all the way to the bottom of the tour and I hope you enjoyed seeing all my blush and rose gold Christmas… I know it’s not traditional but y’all it makes me smile!
I especially love all the Christmas in my new house! I can’t wait to see what happens next year… even more Christmas decor? Maybe we’ll even get to the office!