Seasons greetings, sweet friend. Welcome to White Lilac Farmhouse for a tour of my warm & cozy Christmas home for 2022.
My home decorations has lots of greens, silver, gold and some pops of red.
How do you describe a cozy home?
A place you want to curl up and relax. It’s not overly decorated. There are lots of textures, comfy pillows, baskets holding warm throws to snuggle with on a chilly evening. A place where family and friends enjoy to be with you.
Today, I will be sharing with you things that makes my home warm and cozy for the holidays.
First let me tell you about…
Bloggers’ Best Holiday Home Tour
This week is the Bloggers’ Best Holiday Home Tour! I am excited to be joining these 34 fabulous ladies for their Christmas Home Tours. Talk about inspiration!
Everyday starting with Monday and ending on Friday, 35 bloggers will be sharing their beautiful homes that are decorated for the holidays.
A special thank you to our hostess and friend, Kelly with The Tattered Pew for organizing this amazing blog hop.
If you are coming over from Mansa with This Is Simplicite welcome! Mansa has a beautiful for the holidays. Wasn’t it stunning?
For those of you that are new, I am Tammy. Welcome to my home called White Lilac Farmhouse. You will see that my style is a blend of old items with new.
We have a modern built farmhouse with an open concept. The rooms on the main floor flows into each other.
With an open concept home, my holiday colors need to flow throughout my spaces. It will give the rooms a more cohesive look.
In my holiday decorations there are lots of greens, golds, bluish green, silver with pops of red in my spaces.
the dining room
The tree in my dining room has a collection of vintage ornaments collected over the years. Berry picks have been placed throughout the tree. The unusual tree topper seen in this video is a wooden reindeer.
A Christmas present to myself were these beautiful dishes. They are the Tahoe Stoneware Dinnerware Collection. The minute I saw them, it was instant love with the Scandinavian design on these plates. Are they not pretty?
My tablescape was kept simple. A table runner on the center of the table. The greenery are stems with pinecones not a garland.
A couple of mercury glass trees found at HomeGoods adds a focal point. The sunlight bounces off the mercury glass. Silver jingle bells and votive candle holders creates a festive look with some extra sparkle too.
The entryway is right across from the dining room with no walls separating the areas. This vintage dresser holds napkins, placemats, table runners, etc. The spill over that will not fit in the buffet.
The wreath over the dresser lights up at night. It’s set to a timer.
The three trees, I made from twine and paper. The bases are candle holders found at a thrift store for a $1 each. You can see the tutorial for these Twine Wrapped Christmas Trees are here.
You can see that my furniture, walls and draperies in my spaces are all neutral. I love to add color through accessories.
It helps me to bring in different colors throughout the seasons.
My sofa is 103″ long and perfect for my 6′ 1″ husband to take naps on. The long bench cushion is perfect for snuggling with the grandchildren to watch Christmas movies.
To make this space cozy, there are lots of toss pillow with different textures. A Mongolian Faux Fur Hide is on the coffee table with a wooden bowl of glass ornaments.
I kept the pillows more winter verses Christmas. These pillows can stay out through the winter months not just Christmas.
Basket on the fireplace holds extra throws. Perfect for laying on the floor to watch holiday movies if the sofa is full.
Miss Piper and Chibi our French Bulldogs love to hog the sofa. We have a ramp that they use to get on the sofa.
We have six windows in this room. Sunlight floods through the window throughout the day.
Two small 4 ft. trees flank the sides of the fireplace. The garland is on a timer and pops on in the evening. I love the green with the creams, golds and a tiny bit of red in here.
This white vase it usually in the room too along with the oversized vintage dough bowl. I sprinkled Christmas in areas without removing my main items.
A brass deer candle holder place on top of the books for that winter vibe. The brass display case was perfect to hold some miniature ornaments. A few greens and berry stems in the vase for the holiday. Extra teal and aqua ornaments in the dough bowl with seafoam color burlap and a strand of beads.
More faux greens adorn the stair rails. You can create vignettes of items on the kitchen counter. Here a simply vignette in the middle of the island is on a cutting board. I tried to keep things simple and my counters uncluttered. A snowman adorns an existing display on the counter by the stove.
Chibi being her cute self. She turns 4-months old in a few days. She is the perfect Christmas ornament.
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Bloggers’ Best Holiday Home Tours
This week I am joining some of my blogging friends for the Bloggers’ Best Holiday Home Tours 2022. Thirty-five talented and creative women will be opening their homes up for you to tour all week long. You can visit each Christmas home tour by clicking the links below.
Next, stop over to my friend Renae’s home at Peacock Ridge Farm. Renae’s home is always beautifully decorated.
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Happy holidays to you,