Christmas Eve is just one week away! Are you ready? Hi everyone … I’m Jennifer from Town and Country Living, here to share my holiday home with all of Jen’s fabulous readers! It’s an honor for me to be here and I’m thankful for the invitation! My home is a mix of vintage, cottage, and farmhouse style.
For Christmas decorating in the kitchen I’ve paired pops of red with all the white .
The kitchen is my favorite room in our circa 1875 house. It’s always bright and cheery.
White ironstone fills the open shelves in my kitchen.
I recently found the red print milk bottle at our local flea market.
The breakfast nook has a fabulous built-in cupboard with tons of storage.
I added some cheery red letters that spell FA LA LA … just for fun.
The coffee table is my childhood toy chest that my father made.
The curtains are simply lengths of landscape burlap draped across a tree branch.
From the family room, you can see into the living room and dining room.
For an older home, our house has a somewhat open floor plan.
I have bamboo script mats in different patterns in a few rooms.
My dining room wears a lot of white to bounce light around since there’s only one window.
My table and chairs are painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
On the wall above the buffet is part of my vintage mirror collection.
Glitter houses and bottle brush trees create a holiday vignette.
A bottle brush wreath adorns the corner hutch in the dining room.
We replaced the glass doors with painted chicken wire for a farmhouse look.
Every year at Christmas I like to put mason jar candles on the open stairway.
You can see more of my Christmas Home Tour at my blog.
A special thanks to Jen for letting me share my holiday home with you!
Thank you Jennifer for sharing your home with us, it looks so lovely decorated for Christmas!
Have a beautiful day friends!