Walking in a Winter Wonderland Home Tour
Welcome to my home for the Walking in a Winter Wonderland Home Tour. If you’re stopping by from This is Simplicite , I’m so glad you’re here and I hope you will enjoy this stop on the tour. I am so excited to finally be sharing my Christmas decor with you. Seriously, I’ve had my house decorated since right after Halloween, so ready is an understatement. I always pick a theme for my holiday decorating and this year it’s woods and white. (You can see a past theme HERE ) Although you’ll see there might be a little more white than wood.
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It’s always so hard to decide where to start on a home tour but it seems right to just start at the main event, the Christmas Tree!
I had so much fun decorating my flocked tree. I really tried to reuse ornaments from previous years. I used ornaments from my collection to pull together a neutral color scheme. I did end up purchasing some natural wood beads, a few white ornaments and ribbon. But otherwise everything is from previous years.
I love how it all came together and looks so snowy and frosty. The natural wood bead garland and the champagne colored ornaments helped warm everything up just a touch.
This is my view when I enter my home from the garage. It makes me want to stop everything I’m doing and snuggle up to watch Christmas movies from my favorite chair!
I love to wrap empty boxes before Christmas to put under the tree. It’s such a festive touch and you can use the gift wrap to help tie together your Christmas decor. Here I just used white craft paper with some of the leftover ribbon from my tree. But I could have easily used a colored paper or a pattern to totally change things up.
If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen my decorating dilemma over adding garland to my fireplace mantle. I added it and then took it away, a few different times. In the end, I used more wood beads and no greenery. I love the neutral and simple look. PS Don’t twinkle lights make everything better?
This little view from my kitchen table is where I’m going to leave you for now. I hope you found some neutral christmas decor inspiration here. I’d love for you to pin your favorites to your holiday Pinterest boards.
Stop by next week so you won’t miss out when I share my kitchen and office decor. Or better yet, subscribe to get updates! Until then head on over to visit Katie from Peonies on Pleasant to see her gorgeous Christmas Decor. And don’t forget to see the other wonderful homes on tour listed below.