Wednesday, December 10, 2014

My Christmas Home Tour 2014

Hello everyone! Are you done decorating? I’m not… every year
I start out simple and liking it but everyday finds me adding
just one more thing! Are you like that?
I’m joining Jennifer Rizzo’s Holiday House Walk
Link Party, be sure to stop by to see all the wonderful
inspiration that all the homes have at this party!
This wreath is on the back of our front door, I bought the
bow at Lowe’s now I wish I had bought more, I wrapped
a rusty, tin garland around the wreath and added  Christmas pics from
JoAnn’s. Plus the “Got Snow” sign!
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The Joy picture I made a couple Christmas’ ago
out of burlap and stenciled the word JOY on it
also a sparkly snowflake that you can’t see to well.
The xo letters are from Michael’s !
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A view of the entryway!
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I love my coffee table from Pottery Barn found it on
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Boxes are from Dollar Tree and so is the ribbon.
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My stepback cupboard that I’m always going to
paint but never do. Smile
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My best ever consignment find, a Willow nativity set for
$40.00 for all pieces except for the angel, my son bought
me her last Christmas!
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The red, chippy window I bought years ago from an
antique dealer for $10.00, she said it was from an old
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My boxwood wreath from Josh & Main on a Goodwill
picture that I painted with chalkboard paint!
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Buster’s new stocking from Homegoods.
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Santa’s in and on the hutch, banner is from
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The bamboo mirror I found at Goodwill and the
barcart is from Target on clearance!
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Grocery sign I made S&P’s from Goodwill, light
from Target on sale!
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I always love lights above kitchen cabinets!
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An old Rumford baking powder can on top
of the fridge!
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This is a room off the kitchen I can’t show the other
side because I’m painting the window trim and it just
has the primer on so it’s sort of messy!
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I hope you liked my Christmas home tour this year, I

went with the colors red, silver and black plus added

red velvet bows to the tree, bows are made from ribbon
I bought at Homegoods!
Merry Christmas !
Creating Christmas


linda56 said...

hi rondel.....i loved your christmas tour this year...and enjoyed all the homes on the much fun jumping from one to many ideas....hope you have a wonderful christmas and a happy new years...

Gina said...

Everything looks wonderful, Rondell. I can understand the adding things every day, it always takes me quite a while until I get it the way I like it, but it looks like you've got everything set just perfectly.

Dee M said...

I love all of your decorations! Your home looks wonderful! :)

Stacey said...

Your house looks amazing!

cynthia lee designs said...

Your home is so pretty all decorated for Christmas!! Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

Christine Vandormolen said...

super cute!!!

Carol said...

Your home looks beautiful, Rondell! I really like all of the special touches, tin letters & groceries sign, that all seem to be exactly where they should be. Hope you are having a wonderful holiday season!

Debbie said...

Your house looks fantastic, Rondell.
Your little touches here, and a ribbon on the chair in the kitchen, or a holiday pillow sitting on a chair. It's all so cheerful, and bright. LOVE it all!!!

Kelly said...

Your home is so pretty all dressed for the holidays. I love the nativity set you found. I didn't know you could find hanging light fixtures from Target. I love it! That was a great score.

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Lovely touches! Merry Christmas to you!

Art and Sand said...

So many fun and lovely bits all over your house.

I wish I had something like your stepback cupboard to decorate. I always think they look beautiful all dressed up for Christmas.

I am slowly catching up on my emails - down to 12 from several hundred - and want to thank you for the sweet comments on my strawberry bread post. It is yummy.

Brandi said...

You have a beautiful home, Rondell. All of your Christmas touches throughout look so nice. I bet your family really enjoys visiting you and seeing all that you have done to make the holidays special.

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Hi Rondell! Everything looks perfect and festive. Thank you so much for your kind visits to my blog. Wishing you and yours a happy Christmas!