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Monday, November 30, 2015

Our Christmas House Tour - Holiday Housewalk 2015



It's that time of year again! It's officially Christmas season and time for Jennifer Rizzo's Annual Holiday Housewalk. We are so thrilled to participate again this year. I think this is now our fifth year.

We are stop number five, so most of you are probably here after visiting stop number four.  Kelly from Eclectically Vintage's beautiful home was all decked out for the holidays and looking so beautiful!

I will give more details on these rooms in separate posts because this is already going to be a very long and picture heavy post, but I will try to source some of the seasonal decor here in this post and you can always find very detailed source info for all of the furniture and accessories and all of our paint colors in the "Our Home" page. 

First, welcome to our kitchen and family room. We spend by far the most amount of time here in this space each day. We kept it pretty simple by just adding in greenery, some candles, and a few lights.

Even though we don't have a tree in this room I like that you can see the tree that is up in our den from a couple angles in this room.


We made the pom-pom wreath last year and are going to try to do a tutorial for it this month as we get asked quite regularly how we made it. The stockings are from Pottery Barn Kids and the plaid pillows are from Target. The paperwhites are from Savvy Home and Garden and the cute little polka dot bowls are form our collection over at Painted Fox.



And here is our coffee/hot chocolate station. We keep hot cocoa, marshmallows, and mini chocolate chips in the jars on the shelf (and have to refill them weekly!) and flavored syrups next to them, and then we keep coffee pods in the owl jar and other jars. We have mugs that we keep right here and then next to the microwave we have "to go" cups and covers that come in handy too!

We added a cedar garland from Savvy to our chalkboard along with a cute little mitten garland we got last year from Target and then we added some lights to a cedar wreath we got at Savvy. Then we added some flameless candles we found at HomeGoods to our candlesticks.

We love these little creatures Gaston and Ellie from our collection over at Painted Fox. And guess what? Painted Fox is having a Cyber Monday sale on them for today!

And we love adding paperwhites to our Burdick Chocolate mugs. 

We found this cute little Christmas horse at HomeGoods.


And now moving on to our dining room. Just like our kitchen and family room we stuck with just some greenery for this room. I may add some more sparkle in next year but I like the simplicity of how this looks this year. We added a boxwood garland from our Painted Fox collection to our chandelier and a boxwood wreath we got from Soft Surroundings last year. Then we added some eucalyptus to the table and this adorable wooden horse we found at HomeGoods.



We got the knit pillow from Joss and Main and the wreath pillow from HomeGoods.


I think my favorite addition to our Christmas decorating is this nativity set we found at Savvy. I'll have some closer up shots of it in another post.



You can find the wreath and milk bottles in the photo above as well as the little tree in the photo below in our collection over at Painted Fox.



And now moving over to our entryway. We added some garland we've had for years and years to the staiway and then brought in these fun skis from Birch Lane. 


This scarf is from Joss and Main and I've been living in it! 

 And here is a little peek into our hall closet. 

The bag is from Joss and Main too. They have so many great gift options as well as home decor items.

And here we have our "And His Name shall be called..." sign along with some boxes and ornaments from Target. 



And the last space downstairs to share is our den. I think this room has a more traditional and cozy feel to it. The rug is from Joss and Main, the pom pom throw is from Soft Surroundings and the stocking and tree are both from Balsam Hill. 


The cozy throw is from HomeGoods and the knit pillows are from Soft Surroundings. 

The snowshoes were a gift from my mom last year and from a little antique shop in New Hampshire.



These cute little glittered deer are from Savvy. 

The little plane was a gift years ago and I love stacking gifts in it now. 


And although we haven't finished decorating our master bedroom or the girls' bedroom yet I thought I would at least share a few pictures of our guest rooms. The sparkly cones are from HomeGoods and the horse is from Joss and Main.









And here is our other guest room. First I just added some simple cream and black touches:

 but then changed my mind and went ahead and added lots of of red!

The beautiful red quilt and shams and joy pillow are from Birch Lane. The wrapping paper is from HomeGoods.

This red car was a fun HomeGoods find:

We found this plaid deer head at Target and the boxwood wreath is from our collection at Painted Fox. 





We hope you enjoyed your little tour through our house! Please remember you can find detailed source info and all paint color details here on the "our home" page of our blog.

And now it's time to head to Susan from Kindred Vintage's home to see her stunning tour! She has one of my absolute favorite feeds on Instagram - her dining room is my favorite!


Also be sure to check out all of these great Christmas ideas over at Good Housekeeping

Have a wonderful Monday and a very Merry Christmas!!!


41 comments:

  1. your home is always lovely, but especially this time of year- so cozy and inviting, and i am ready to stay in that guest room with the red touches! :)

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  2. I just saw that horse at TJ Maxx. I love it! Your home is beautiful, happy house tour

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  3. Your home is a constant source of inspiration (and total eye candy) for me. I always dork out when I see something I have too (in this case the horse on wheels lol)....I know if you have, I must be doing something right xo Andrea

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  4. I love a traditional home at Christmas and yours is just perfection. Love the greenery, paperwhites, kitchen chalkboard, and clean look of your home. Those nutcrackers are cute, too!

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  5. Jennifer,
    Your home gives me such inspiration. I look forward to all your home tours, but the Christmas tour is my favorite one. All the bedrooms look so festive. You really went all out. Have a blessed holiday.
    Jenn

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  6. Stunning as always! Just wondering if any of the readers know where us Canadians can buy a similar looking horse? Thanks!

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  7. I always love your beautiful home! Thank you so much for being a part of the house walk!!!

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  8. SO SO gorgeous! Your home is one of my favorites, I could totally move in especially at Christmas time! Beautiful job!

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  9. Beautiful as always! Love the pops of red in the guest room and all the natural greenery scattered throughout the house. Merry Christmas!

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  10. What is the company that made the chandelier in your dining room? Is there a website to buy from?

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    1. Hi, Sarah! The chandelier is from Savvy (www.savvyinwilliamsburg.com). You can find a link to our source page at the end of the post.

      -Jason

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    2. Thanks. I contacted them but was hoping to find out who manufactured it (unless Savvy did) as I was hoping to know a few more details on size and returns. I am in the process of designing our dining area and finally found the chandelier I love and need more details before nailing it down. Thanks for your help - your home is an inspiration to me.

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  11. Jennifer everything looks amazing!! The details are impeccable and yet so simple. Just loveliness everywhere!

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  12. Beautiful!!! Love all the greenery and the special touches. Which Balsam Hill tree did you get and how tall it is?

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    1. Thank you! I believe that information is in the post Jenni did about it last year: http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2014/12/balsam-hill-tree.html

      -Jason

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  13. Your home is so beautiful and looks very cozy. Is there anyway you could tell me the color and brand of paint in the entry way, living area, and kitchen? Plus in the dinning room and the bedrooms? Thank you so much!! It is just beautiful!

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    1. Thank you! You can find all of the source and painted information for Jenni's home in the source list linked to at the end of the post (or by click the "our home" tab at the top of the blog).

      -Jason

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  14. Everything looks beautiful! Cna you tell me please where the paperwhites came from? I usually force mine, but yours look great!
    Thanks!

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    1. Thank you! Jenni purchased them from Savvy (www.savvyinwilliamsburg.com).

      -Jason

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  15. Your home is absolutely beautiful! Thankyou for sharing!!!

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  16. Everything looks so beautiful! I love all the fun touches like the skis and the horse. So many pretty things!
    Shelley

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  17. You are truly gifted with decorating. Just stunning! All the details are so perfect! Have a great Christmas!

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  18. Your home is just beautiful and more magical this time of the year. Happy Holidays!

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  19. I always look forward to your artistic creativeness, home sweet home accessories! Thank you! I truly enjoyed my tour!! Absolutely breathtaking... ooo's and ahhhh's!! The little things like the snow shoes, ski's, deer antlers, the red car, etc.! Love your home!! Merry Merry Christmas to you and yours! Many blessings for 2016!!

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  20. It all looks so cozy and warm. Love all of the greenery. Your decorating is so inspiring. Everything looks beautiful.

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  21. Your home is once again very beautifully decorated for Christmas. The red linens are my favourite inspiration. Thanks for sharing your lovely home.

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  22. Such a pretty home, Jennifer! I love every detail ... you have such a great eye for design!

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  23. Jennifer. You are so very gifted. I have long since admired your work and you just get better and better! This tour was stunning and so inspirational!

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  24. Hi. I love the farmhouse table in the dining room. did you build that and if you did do you have plans and would you share the finish you used on the top and base? Thanks a million!!

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    1. Hi! You can find the link to the plans Jenni used in the "Dining Room" section of our "Our Home" tab: http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/p/our-home.html

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  25. Amazing! Sooo beautiful!! Every detail looks so delicate...

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  26. So beautiful Jenny! So classic and elegant. I just love every detail!

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  27. Your house is always so gorgeous and this Christmas is no exception!

    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

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  28. Love everything about your house. I could sit and look at the pics for days, so gorgeous!!

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  29. Jennifer,
    Your house looks amazing and I love everything you do! Can you tell me what the lovely picture behind the tufted couch is (Den)? It looks so attractive and I don't think or remember if you have talked about it?? Marcy

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    1. Hi, Mary! These two posts have some more info about that picture:
      http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2015/05/our-arhaus-sofa.html
      http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-grand-plaza-print.html

      -Jason

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  30. Goodness, your home is so lovely and cozy. You have done such a beautiful job decorating for the holidays! I love your Christmas hymn signs! Merry Christmas to you.

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  31. Your home is gorgeous, but I have to say, the bedroom with the red is my favorite! I personally need color in my life and it was such an eye pleaser! Just beautiful!

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