Christmas decor home tour 2022
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It’s almost Christmas already and… while it’s definitely going to be a
white Christmas, it’s also going to be a ridiculously COLD one. We’ve been in below-zero temperatures and below-zero double-digit windchills for a week now. I hope you are staying safe and warm!
My decorating style is definitely evolving (more and more “What’s in the Downton attic?” creeping in!) but thrifted, secondhand, handed down “Vintage Floral Cottage” is still very much at the heart of it! I thought I would share a few pictures of my tiny mobile home all decorated for Christmas!
The view as you walk in through the front door. That gorgeous hutch was hand-build by my sweetie, and the blue washstand is the first furniture project we re-finished together.
Hutch shelf detail with a framed Christmas card atop antique books with Christmas-colored covers!
Santa’s boot, painted pink and filled with silk flowers and a bauble.
Sideboard display detail. Before a whole-house flood in 2008, I collected snowmen. These days I have gravitated toward Santa figures. That tall gold one is a favorite! All thrift-store finds, of course!
The pink flocked Shiny Brite tree – we all have a vintage dresser and a fancy chair in our kitchens, right?
Nostalgia corner. The garland over the window is for a single window, but these are doubles. I need to re-make them but haven’t got around to it yet.
A Debbie Mumm-illustrated pillow (won in a contest!) and vintage Velveteen Rabbit toy, perched on an antique chair refinished by my grandparents.
Vintage Christmas postcards, one of my painted goblets that were a Christmas craft this year… and my own vintage Santa photos plus a sweet little picture of my daughter from a past Christmas morning.
My gold tinsel tree, found in a consignment store, with its thrifted skirt. I actually found and tried out a second thrifted skirt on this tree as well, but turned out I liked the original one better.
Hallway Christmas art: framed gift bags from Dollar Tree, with frames hand-made by my sweetie!
Bedroom corner view. Somehow I ended up with rather a collection of acorn and pinecone ornaments, so I gathered them onto one tree to add a woodland touch to the bedroom. The little stuffed toy dog is from a barn sale a few years ago, and the peppermint woodcut ornaments are a memento from an antique store visit with my sweetie.
Details of the woodland tree – love those tiny pear ornaments!
Hope you have a lovely, merry Christmas!
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