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Tuesday, December 11, 2012


Welcome to our home all dressed up for Christmas!  Today I'll give you a tour of a few different rooms and spaces, and next I'll show you the living room, Christmas Trees, and our front porch.

I'm a red and green girl all the way at Christmas.  The Christmas plaid ribbon is my favorite!  I'm just going to let your look today...let me know in the comments if you have any questions.

We'll begin with the Entry- 

French doors wrapped with ribbon (idea via Modern Whimsy Interiors.)

The Dining Room-

Hallway niche with painted wooden gingerbread houses, nutcrackers, and vintage sign- 

The kitchen- just a few Christmas touches to go with my new Chalkboard Wall

Thrifted glass trees and white reindeer, snow and feather trees behind deer in dome. 

Kitchen Table centerpiece-some of my favorite glass ornaments

My green back door fits in perfectly for the season!

See you tomorrow for Part 2!

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  1. it's BEAUTIFUL!!!! all of it! and your home has me craving more black in my life- you use it so well.

  2. I ADORE the french doors wrapped in ribbon!! Such a great idea!! Lovelovelove the only green and red decor!

  3. Green and red is the only way!! It looks as beautiful as always Jennifer. I love the pinecones hung from the chairs, and the jewelry on the antlers, very cute :)

  4. Oh my, gorgeous, festive touches at every turn! The classic plaid mixed with your modern bright decor is such a great combo! I've always loved your entry, can't wait for the rest of the tour!

  5. You are so wonderful at the details, Jennifer! Your home is so festive and beautiful, I love it!!

  6. BRAVO and SO PRETTY! I love your chalkboard wall {just read about it too ;)} How fun for your whole family!!

  7. Lovely! so fun to take a virtual walk through your home!

  8. Love it!!! The doors "wrapped with ribbon & bows" = awesome. I really like the wreaths too...did you make the green ones in the kitchen? The berry one?

    Your home is always gorgeous!

  9. Love it all, especially all of the colors....just my type of Christmas.

  10. You're home is amazing!I love how you've decorated it, but left it with a "homey" feeling to it. It's festive and very elegant, yet looks like a place where one would feel comfortable cuddling up to a good book.

  11. So very, very pretty! Love the bow wrapped doors and the double wreaths. Thanks for sharing. Visting from Savvy Southern Style.

  12. Jennifer, there are so many things to love in your Christmas house. First, your chalkboard wall is fantastic! You are going to have so much fun with that. And I love the bows on your french doors. Now I know why I am never done, I keep seeing more inspiration. I'm a red and green girl too so the rest is all lovely. I can't wait to see the rest.
    Merry Christmas

  13. EVERYTHING looks so pretty! I love all the wreaths you used. I'm a sucker for a wreath :-)

  14. I feel like I run out of words with you. How many times can I say "perfect"? I don't know, but here's one more.

    Your French doors wrapped up are a fun, but sophisticated surprise. Good grief, Jennifer...I just love every.single.detail.

    You're so inspiring. I wish I had more time to be more detailed with our decor. Next year, next year. I'll start planning in April (Lol) and will come back to these posts! :)

  15. Your entry table is beautiful -- adore those striped lampshades! I really like how you dressed the French doors -- lovely and festive!

  16. I LOVE your Christmas decor! You did a great job! How did you attach the ribbon with pinecombs onto the dining chairs? I was thinking maybe you hid a safety pin?

  17. Oh this whole decoration is so beautiful;)
    Do you wanna know what my favorite part is?
    The red ribbon on the french doors!
    Looove it so much!
    Nice and christmassy;)

    Love from Germany...

  18. Everything is beautiful! Love the pinecones on the chairs. xo Kristin

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