Today’s post is a special one for me! As you know, I often join in blog hops with other bloggers for seasonal tours, but today, I’m hosting a Farmhouse Christmas Tour with my sweet friend Lisa at Farmhouse on Boone. We both did this one a couple of years ago, but then this year, we decided to bring it back. And bring it back we did!
It’s bigger (and better!) than ever! Joining us are 12 of the most talented bloggers out there. Many of these ladies were bloggers I followed before I even had a blog, so to have them joining us is such an honor.
Obviously, it has a slight bend toward farmhouse style, but they all do it in very different ways, and beautifully, too. I think you will really enjoy this tour, and I’m absolutely thrilled to be bringing it to you! I hope if you love farmhouse style, you will get a ton of inspiration from everyone sharing. Half are posting today, and half tomorrow, so be sure to check back on Friday for the rest!
And now, if you’re coming here from Thistlewood Farms, thanks so much for being here. Karianne is so talented, and I’m a huge fan of hers! So, without further ado, here is my French Farmhouse Christmas Tour. I’m sharing my family room today – welcome!
Our family room is an open concept space right next to our kitchen and breakfast area, so this farmhouse table sits right in between the two rooms. We spend most of our time here as a family. Well, all of our time, actually!
Because they are so open, it does mean the two have to flow as far as decor. So though I’m decorating in a slightly more neutral/natural way in here than I did in the living and dining rooms, I still had to make it work with the pink in the rest of the house. On the table I have a few trees on a vintage French bread board, and my brass bells that I got last year. Love these!
I continued with lots of white since that is really what unifies all of the Christmas decor throughout the house.
This little birch tree from Pottery Barn is one of the few new items I purchased this year. I fell in love with them last year, but they sold out before I could buy them! I’m happy to say they are back – and they come in two sizes. In the silver bowl I have some mini mercury ornaments in silver, gold, green, and faded pink.
This little tree on the other side was our Advent calendar tree in last year’s tour! Not sure what I’ll be doing for an Advent calendar this year, but I’m hoping to plan that in the next couple of days. This year I simply decorated it with more of the mini mercury glass ornaments.
I’ve had these glass globes for a few years now, and I still love them. I find that my Christmas decor can easily be re-used, especially if I place it in different rooms or locations, or feature it in a new way. These have been literally everywhere in my house, haha!
I shared my love of the little white paper mache houses in my dining room tour. Here I just used one and grouped it with one of my many vintage Santas on the coffee table.
Aren’t these galvanized houses just adorable?! I first saw them early on this year at Home Goods, but have since seen that they are at Target, as well as many other spots.
Thank you again for stopping by my French Farmhouse Christmas Family Room Tour! If you want to see last year’s tour in this room, you can find that here. And for even more Christmas inspo, you can check out my Holiday Home Tours link.
I know there are a ton of tours going on this time of year, and I’m so happy that you chose to spend some time here at my little corner of the internet today 🙂
Don’t forget to hop over to the next stop on our tour, Boxwood Avenue. And I hope you’ll continue on and check out all of the wonderful farmhouse Christmas inspiration today – and tomorrow!
French Farmhouse Christmas Resource List
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