Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

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I’m excited to share our Victorian farmhouse Christmas tour with you this year! It feels like Christmas has gotten better and better every year here. In the past it’s honestly been hard to find motivation to decorate for the holidays with most of the house in some phase of renovation ha! Last year we were wrapping up the kitchen right before the holidays and project burnout hit me hard! This year I feel filled with gratitude and have found so much joy in slowly decking the halls in this old home we love so much. I hope you enjoy it!

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Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas: Living Room

I’m not going to lie, this years Christmas style is my favorite so far. It feels authentic to the house and to what I love. Earthy, vintage, simple, and nature inspired. A collection of old, new, and handmade. Brass candlesticks in the windows, new faux garland on the chandelier.

Christmas decor tips:

  1. You don’t have to switch out all of your regular everyday home decor with Christmas decor. It’s amazing how adding a touch of greenery or a velvet ribbon to something can make it feel completely festive!
  2. Reuse or repurpose old Christmas decor. I painted these ornaments we’ve had for years with some milk paint I had on hand.

Check out our living room paint and whole house color palette HERE!

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas: Kitchen

Our kitchen is feeling cozy with some simple touches of greenery and bottle brush trees. Cedar wreaths in the windows and a norfolk pine garland on the staircase. I added a faux cypress pick/stem with a ribbon to the live angel vine plant that sits on our harvest table island. This created a little winter topiary that’s dressed for the holidays.

Christmas decor tips:

3.  Instead of buying into a bunch of cheap trends that won’t make the next season, invest in one good quality classic item that you can bring out year after year. I already love the tradition of putting up this beautiful staircase garland and it’s only the second year 🙂

4. Look for items that can extend beyond the holiday season as winter decor. Personally I find that the house can feel empty after putting away all the christmas decor. One way to help it feel full and lively is with real and/or faux greenery.

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Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas: Landing

Even our landing area got some Christmas touches this year with a small tree and a few ribbons hung on an antique painting. It’s a nice view to look out and see this from our bedroom.

Click HERE to check out how and why I created this landing by building the wall you see here up! 

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas: Bedroom

Twinkle light magic in the bedroom? Yes please! I hung a lighted garland across our headboard this year and I highly recommend it!

You can see more of our bedroom HERE!

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Tour

I hope you enjoyed this Christmas tour as much as I enjoyed styling and capturing it! The process of renovating this old Victorian farmhouse has been both extremely challenging and extremely rewarding. Moments like this when I can share some of the pretty parts we’ve worked so hard to create with the people who have showed up to cheer us on truly makes it worth it. We are grateful to share our home with you this holiday season and sending much love your way!

Merry Christmas!

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