We’ve all talked about it, and we’ve definitely all felt it! As soon as I take down Christmas, I’m relishing the clean, pared down aesthetic. For awhile. And then, not so much. My house starts to feel pretty bare, and on top of that, it’s cold, it’s dreary, and it makes me long for spring.
I’ve been so excited to share this tour with you as it’s like nothing I’ve done before. I’m always sharing my house during the day, but today’s tour is all about the magic of Christmas nights! My sweet friend Rachel of the gorgeous blog Maison de Pax put this tour together, and I just think it’s such a creative idea. I love seeing all the houses at night – there is truly something magical about the twinkle lights of the tree and the glow of a roaring fire.
Hi everyone! I’m joining some blogging friends today for a small blog hop sharing Christmas inspiration. I actually intended to share my Christmas entryway as part of my Front Porch Tour last week, but I hadn’t finished the garland and just couldn’t swing it that early. Then I had several cloudy days which made taking pictures impossible, so it just worked out to share it now.
I also added the little gold and coppery beads and I’m loving the result! With all of the simple greenery on the porch it’s nice to have just a little bling! Even my bench got a little decorating! I love to add a small wreath here and just tie it on with a simple ribbon.
Christmas Front Porch Resource List
*affiliate links are included for your convenience*If you missed any of my earlier holiday tours, you can get to them by clicking on the Holiday Home Tours category on the blog, or go to the links below:
French Country Home Tour – Living and Dining Rooms
If you’re a regular reader then you know that I recently made the exciting announcement that I joined the bHome App (You can read all about the app here). And now, those talented ladies invited me to do a Holiday Tour with them, and well, of course I couldn’t say no! This is my third holiday tour this season (one more – stay tuned!) and though it sounds like a lot (especially for a not-so-big house!) I figure it’s better to break it up for all of you anyway. No one wants 50 photos in one post, and this way, I can talk details and really show you each area.
I must admit I’m definitely feeling festive and really starting to get in the holiday mood!
Thanksgiving was last week, and I’ve been busy finishing up the decorating over the last few days. (Which also means I now have permission to blast Christmas music daily!)