Y’all, I am sooo excited to share my Living Room with you today all decorated for Christmas! Not only is it decked out for the holidays, it is also the first time I am showing you this space in my new home. Embarrassingly, it has honestly taken me this long to pull the space together and I love it! I’m also excited to share that this weekend, our home is going to be on a tour of homes for our historic neighborhood…eek! It has been slightly stressful, as there will be hundreds of people visiting our home, but we are so excited to be one of the featured homes this year…no pressure
Since literally last Christmas, I have known that I wanted my main tree to be mixed metallics. I’ve got to insert here how funny people’s tastes and styles change. Not only did I use to despise gold (gasp!), I did not think mixing silver and gold together looked good. Now I look back and wonder what the heck I was thinking…I love mixing metallics!
The tea candle holders on the top of the mantel are from the dollar store. They were black and I spray painted them metallic gold to give them a little life.
I really love how this tree turned out with the pops of gold and silver….
Here’s a tip, instead of using only ribbon cascading down the tree, I also used grapevine berry garland to give it a little more depth and dimension.
Isn’t this Santa pillow adorable? It you saw our post over the weekend, we found an easy way to iron on graphics and we are loving it!
I created this cute little vignette using leftover trees I had in my stash. I also got this adorable red truck and cute little village houses from Michael’s for 60%…yay!
The rest of the living room has little touches of Christmas throughout…
Someone is guarding the bag of goodies until Christmas Day…
Aren’t these deer cute? They go so well in the room and are perfect on the coffee table.
An easy way to add some pop to your holiday décor is to add ornaments to a bowl, vase, basket, etc. I got all of these ornaments from the dollar store and it was an easy way to add more silver and gold into the room.
Although the Christmas décor is mainly silver and gold, I had to add this vintage Santa, which was given to me by my granny and is one of my favorites. I also love this print from Craftberry Bush that I got last year and this adorable little marquee star.
I have had these antlers for a while now and have been wanting to incorporate them into my décor somehow, but wasn’t sure what to do. So I decided to make a wreath to put around it and I think it turned out pretty cute if I do say so myself…
Thanks so much for stopping by on my Christmas Living Room Tour…I hope you enjoyed seeing all the details as much I enjoyed decorating it. It’s the final push over the next few days to get everything looking perfect for the tour, but we’re almost there. We can’t wait!
XO – Jenn