If you saw yesterday’s holiday home tour, fair warning that this one is a complete 180 from that one. Yesterday, I shared our 70’s Landing Pad decked out for Christmas and today, I’m sharing our family’s farmhouse all done up for the holidays. It’s two very different decor styles!
Before I go any further though, a big thanks to Marty from A Stroll thru Life for gathering all the forces and organizing this tour every year. Marty has gorgeous style, so if you haven’t checked out her holiday home tour, be sure to.
If you’re following the tour line-up today and hopping over from Monica Wants It and this is your first time here, hello! Monica is absolutely killer at mixing chic, glam and classic styles to create gorgeous spaces! My tour probably won’t hold a candle to her’s!
For the holiday decor at the farmhouse, I stick with more traditional / cozy / vintage decorations. So really, it’s a mish-mash of different styles I guess, but I think it works together and we like it. The farmhouse was my grandparent’s home so I also pull out a lot of things that were their’s to decorate with.
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Christmas at the Farm
The Living Room
My absolute favorite thing in the living room this season is this little corner. The saddle stand just shines when it’s all done up for the holidays. I’m planning to paint the corner cabinet at some point, but for the holidays I hung my grandmother’s plastic popcorn Christmas tree over one door.
Grunt made the saddle stand for me for Mother’s Day this year. Hands down, it’s one of the best gifts I’ve ever received.
This is probably the fourth year I’ve jacked my kid’s little red wagon to use in my Christmas decor. I make no apologies and have every intention to do it for many Christmases to come.
The saddle stand holds my great-grandfather’s saddle on it that my dad gave me and my Pap’s cowboy hat. I added a little holiday color to the setup with the plaid blanket under the saddle and the greenery over the saddle. It’s my favorite thing in the whole space.
My father-in-law gave us his sleigh from his childhood a few years back. For the holidays, it became a side table of sorts beside the wingback chairs. I love how perfectly it fits in here.
I bought this Christmas tree for the farm last year. I wanted one that looked like we had just went out in the woods and chopped it down. This one fit the bill perfectly and I love it just as much this year.
It’s meant to be more of a sparse tree and so the ornaments all really shine on it. I have rarely ever found a tree skirt that I just love so I often improvise and use blankets as tree skirts. I used a cowboy blanket that used to be in my dad and uncle’s room growing up for the tree skirt this year.
To dress up the wall sconces, I put an ornament cluster around each. The larger vase holds ornaments that were Grunt’s grandmother’s. They are super fragile so I prefer to put them in the vase, rather that on the tree where they might fall and shatter. I also love how all the colors look together in the vase.
This little girl was a yard sale find. She had the perfect vintage vibe that goes well with the rest of the farmhouse so I knew she was meant to be here. She reminds me of my little circus too. 🙂
That’s it for me! Up next on today’s Christmas home tours is Clean and Scentsible – Jenn always has absolutely beautiful holiday decorations!
Catch any homes you missed with the full Christmas home tour lineup below…
Monday, Dec. 3
Tuesday, Dec. 4
Wednesday, Dec. 5
Thursday, Dec. 6
Friday, Dec. 7