I've carried my red and white Christmas theme into my favorite and most used room of the house . . . the living room.
This years decor seems to be a mix of all my favorite things . . . a little glitz . . . a little vintage . . . and little farmhouse rustic. Somehow it works and I'm enjoy it.
Once again this year I'm obsessed with tiny trees, hubby thinks I'm crazy - but I know I'm not. I placed the tree in an old washtub and added white and silver ornaments. I love all the white against the green of the branches.
The large window behind the sofa is sporting a new set of curtains just in time for Christmas. I love the over sized plaid don't you?
My flea market splurge from this past summer is looking amazing with a painted striped runner and a enamel bowl filled with a lantern and some fresh cut branches.
I added a few white tipped pinecones to the mix too! Under the table filling the basket is a quilt in progress. I figure if I can't find time to finish it at least I can use it to add a pop of red.
This arrangement may have to stay around even after Christmas. That would be ok right?
I added a tiny tree to the table between the two chairs and a few other favorite items.
Like a white tin star and a glitter house under glass that I picked up at Target last week.
Above the table I hung a frosty grapevine wreath for some texture and have to say I love the look. A few fresh clipping and some glittered pinecones spruce the wreath up a little. Truthfully, I almost took them off since I like the frosted wreath bare but it is a nice touch so I guess I'm keeping it for now.
The photo ledge above the chairs are filled with a mixture of holiday type items.
Like favorite photos . . .
Candles and a dear to me deer :) . . .
A homemade glitter house . . .
And vintage finds like this angel Christmas card I found at a flea market. Simply framed I think she adds a wonderful touch to the shelves.
I have been waiting a long time to use my little red wagon for Christmas. Filled with bottle brush trees and feathers I think it looks positively gorgeous!
The top ledge is filled with similar items like another handmade glitter house (sadly the only one I've had time to make this year) and vintage Christmas cards.
And postcards too.
A newly purchased glitter house ornament from Target.
And a flea market find I was very excited about. Don't you just love the illustration?
And that my dear friends is what I did with the living room.
Hope you enjoyed the tour.
Have a fantastic day,