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Welcome to our last week of the Deck the Home Blog Hop! If you missed the first 4 weeks you can find all the previous weeks DIY Christmas projects below:

For this last week I will be taking you on a farmhouse Christmas tour! I finally got all the Christmas decor dragged in this last week and now that it is all displayed I wanted to take you on a tour of our decorated living room and dining room.

I haven’t bought many new items for Christmas decorating this year as I have a fair amount already so I pulled out every tote, opened all the lids and dug in. I like to change up the decor every year but placing the decor if different spots each time.

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 1905 Farmhouse Christmas Tour 2018

A blue grey hutch displaying a whtie milk glass collection with red and green accents and a Christmas tree to the left of the hutch

After I recently painted the hutch with Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint I loved the look of my milk glass collection. And by adding some red berry stems it added some simple Christmas color.

Also the boxes displayed on top of the hutch are just empty boxes wrapped in kraft paper from Dollar Tree with strips of ripped Christmas fabric made into ribbon.

Off white linen fabric garland with red and whtie ticking Christmas balls hanging from it with a milk glass collection displayed below
A close up of white linen fabric strips with red and white ball ornaments hung from the garland

These red and white ticking ornament balls are from SoyoandRoo and are a perfect addition to my farmhouse Christmas decor. And she is local to me here in Oregon which I love! These fabric wrapped candy canes displayed below are also from Michelle at SoyoandRoo!

For the coffee table centerpiece, I found one of the several fake little trees I had and added it with some faux snow, pinecones, and “snow globes” that the kids made a couple of years ago. And the lambs ear that I keep for year-round decor adds a nice natural touch to the vignette.

Fabric wrapped candy canes displayed in a vintage light cover with greenery in the background
A close up of "snow globes" tucked into fake snow along with berry picks, lambs ear picks and pinecones

Onto the main event in the room: the Christmas tree! We get a real tree every year from a local farm. This tree is called a “Grand fir” and I love it displayed on the Christmas tree platform we built.

A tall Christmas tree in the center of a sliding window with a large Merry Christmas sign above the door and red blanket displayed on the couch to the left

The kids love to decorate the tree each year with their ornaments they have been gifted and of course, the handmade ones are always a favorite. But I also wanted to do a themed tree this year so I bought a pencil tree from Michaels that I have decorated in a “garden theme”! I will have a full close up of that tree next week but for now, here is a shot of it sitting in our dining room.

A pencil tree lit up on the right with a framed Santa photo hung on the wall with vintage grain sack stockings to the left of the picture

The console table in the dining room also received some holiday decor, I don’t know if I love it yet as I feel it is missing something but I will live with this for now and add more if I find that right piece!

A console table with reindeer and a tree on top and a crock with rolling pins and pine cones in a basket and a sign below

My Aunt had given me a box of random wreath supplies a couple years ago and while digging through it I found several of these vintage Santa picks that were used in wreaths. So I stuck these through this faux tabletop tree that I found at Goodwill earlier this year and added some yarn pom-pom garland that I had picked up on Christmas clearance and now it makes a great addition to the top of the console table!

A vintage Santa is displayed in a fake Christmas tree with red yarn pom pom garland

And lastly I displayed this red truck string art that I just picked up at a bazaar yesterday made by a local mom. And this handmade wooden church window that I picked up at the Great Junk Hunt that I went to earlier this Fall with some vintage bells I found in my Grandma’s old Christmas decor.

A floating shelf with 2 glittered deer and a red truck string art in the center
A chippy wood church window hung on a wall with gold bells hung by red ribbon displayed in front

I hope you enjoyed this farmhouse Christmas tour! I would love to know, do you add new items to your Christmas decor each year or do you repurpose what you have and move it around year to year? Let me know in the comments below!

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13 Comments on 1905 Farmhouse Christmas Tour-2018

  1. Amy, your home looks so beautiful! I have a vintage Santa like that too 🙂 Love finding things like that! You found some really cool things – love the ornament balls and the string art! Thanks so much for joining us in the Deck the Home blog hop! It’s been great getting to know you more! Wishing you and your fam a very Merry Christmas!

  2. You have so many fun and tradition ideas, Amy. It is fun to see the sentimental pieces along with your fresh style.
    Thanks for sharing and making my day even better.

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