Good morning! Today we are excited to be participating for the EIGHTH straight year in the Holiday Housewalk hosted by Jennifer Rizzo! Every year I absolutely love getting to see so many of my favorite houses all decked out for the holidays and I can’t wait to sit down with my coffee this morning and start over at Jen’s blog and check out all of the houses participating in Day One! We are house number six on today’s tour so if you are coming over from Bre’s, welcome! Bre has such a beautiful home and I just love seeing what she does every year!

We moved last month (you can read more about that here) and because we didn’t know where we were going and if I would be able to take Christmas photos I ended up taking photos in our last home so I could fulfill several commitments. Because of that I kept things VERY simple. I pretty much just used a bunch of my faux greenery that I have had for years and years. (It was pretty much all purchased from local shop years ago that has since gone out of business…fortunately I stocked up and have been using it now for years! I’ve never seen anything quite as realistic since!) Then I went outside and cut a bunch of fresh greenery from our yard and sprinkled that throughout the house as well as a few sprigs that I got from Trader Joe’s. I didn’t purchase anything new so it’s all just really simple touches of greenery throughout the house.

Here is our entryway:

I added some vintage style skis that I got years ago from Birch Lane (I don’t think they carry them anymore) and then draped some garland and boxwood and some little bells and that was it in here.

I draped a boxwood garland along the top of the chest to go with the oversized boxwood wreath.

In our dining room I draped another garland along the table. I sprinkled some fresh eucalyptus into the faux garland to give it more substance and then added two vases full of hydrangeas and fresh greenery clippings.

I also added a sheepskin throw over one of the end chairs to add warmth and texture to the space.

In our kitchen I added fresh clippings from the yard:

I also added two small trees in baskets that I found last year at Target. They have them this year too!

In our living room I added a faux wreath that I’ve had for years (also from that local shop that is now closed) and some more flowers and clippings. I kept that pretty consistent throughout the house and loved the subtle touch it adds. I hung one knit stocking that I got at HomeGoods a couple of years ago as well as some jingle bells I found last year at World Market.

Over in the corner of the room I put up one of our trees and kept the look simple with just some mini white lights and some battery operated candles.

In my office I added some knit pillows, a cozy plaid throw, some garland and more vases filled with hydrangeas and fresh clippings.

And here are a few shots of our Master Bedroom. I will have a full post up with lots more photos of it on Wednesday! The tree was from Wayfair, the candles from Amazon and the galvanized tree ring from HomeGoods.

That’s it for today! Now be sure to head on over to Lauren’s for Stop Number Seven! 

You can see our previous tours here:

Holiday Housewalk 2017 (my favorite!)

Holiday Housewalk 2016

Holiday Housewalk 2015

Holiday Housewalk 2014

Holiday Housewalk 2013

Holiday Housewalk 2012

Holiday Housewalk 2011

Entryway Source List:

White Trim – Existing
Walls – White Dove in Eggshell by Benjamin Moore
Doors – Mopboard Black in Semi-gloss by Benjamin Moore
Stair Runner – Existing (Some form of Berber)
Beadboard Wallpaper Below Chair Rail – Can be found here
Frames – Framebridge (you can click here for a post about them)
Gold Ring Chest – Soft Surroundings  several years ago (painted Wrought Iron by BM)
Wreath – Birch Lane
Mirror – Soft Surroundings
Tufted Wingback Bench – Birch Lane 
Artwork above Bench – I painted it over an old canvas and then framed it out with some inexpensive wood and painted that gold
Faux Cowhide Rug – World Market
Lumbar Pillow – HomeGoods
Garland – Faux and purchased years ago from a local store that is now closed
Rattan Suitcase – Birch Lane 
Lamp – HomeGoods (similar one found here) 
Books – Vintage – similar ones can be found herehere and here
Wood Beaded Garland – Soft Surroundings
Gold Pheasant – Antique from family
Boots – Frye
Hooks – HomeGoods
Hat – Joyfolie several year ago
Scarf – Joyfolie

Dining Room Source List:

Wallpaper – Schumacher’s Feather Bloom in Two Blues
Trim – Existing but planning on painting it Simply White eventually
Door Color – Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss Finish
Beadboard Wallpaper (below chair rail) – can be found here
Chandelier – Shop Candelabra (can also be found here – we spray painted the beads white using this spray paint)
Mirror – Dear Lillie Collection at Soft Surroundings
Table – World Market
Round Side Chairs – World Market
Wingback End Chairs – Birch Lane in White Talc Fabric
Black Velvet Pillows – HomeGoods (similar ones here and here)
Sheepskin Throw – World Market
X Back Wood Chairs – Wayfair
Runner – World Market
Square Plates – Birch Lane
Gold Flatware – Wayfair
Napkins – Heritage Lace
Hobnail Glasses – Birch Lane
Gold Bowl – Kate Spade 
Sideboard – Found at a Consignment Shop years ago (painted with some leftover paint, was a custom mix but similar to Kendall Charcoal)
Lamps – Bassett Furniture
Gold Trophy Vase – Can be found here
Vase with Gold at Bottom – World Market
White and Natural Ceramic Vase – World Market
Bust – Antique from Family – very similar one here
Gold Rimmed Dishes – Lenox
Marble Vase/Canister – Couleur Nature
Garland on Table – Mix of a faux one that I’ve had for ten years with some fresh eucalyptus
Books – Vintage
Drapery Panels – Ritva from IKEA
Drapery Rods – Amazon
Marble Board – Sur La Table

Kitchen Source List:

Cabinet Color – existing (I am pretty sure it is Lampblack by Benjamin Moore)
Wall Color – Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Eggshell
Trim Color – Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss
Counters – existing so don’t have any info, but some form of granite
Kitchen Table – Wayfair
Oil Painting – Gift from Family
Smeg Mixer – Wayfair
Window Seat – Custom Built
Pillows on Window Seat – HomeGoods
Throw on Window Seat – HomeGoods
Basket in Corner – World Market
Faux Fur in Basket – Ikea
Blinds in Bay Window – Levolor from Lowes

Living Room Source List:

Wall Color – White Dove in Eggshell by Benjamin Moore
Trim Color – Existing (it has a slightly greenish color to it so will get a coat of Simply White to match what we are doing in the rest of the house when I get a chance)
Doors – Mopboard Black in Semi-gloss by Benjamin Moore
Mantel – Black Satin in Semi-gloss by Benjamin Moore
Mirror above Fireplace – Joss and Main
Architectural Print – Dear Lillie Collection at Soft Surroundings
Wreath – purchased years ago at a local shop that is no longer in business
Stocking – HomeGoods
Bells – World Market
Tree – Wayfair
Tree Candles – Amazon
Metal Tree Collar – HomeGoods
Clock – was purchased years ago at a local store but similar ones can be found here and here
Black and White Framed Print – Minted (30 by 40 with Matte Brass Frame)
Tufted Chairs – Birch Lane
Sheepskin Throw – World Market
Gift Boxes – Target and HomeGoods
Black Velvet Pillows – HomeGoods (similar here and here)
Joy Pillow – HomeGoods (I think?)
Round Nailhead Ottoman – Joss and Main
Tray on Top – HomeGoods
Vase World Market
Gold Orb – HomeGoods
Sofa – Barbara Hartman Interiors
Cream Pillows on Sofa – Target
Large Navy and Cream Knit Pillows on Sofa – HomeGoods
Rocking Horse – Gift for Lola’s first birthday from RH Baby and Child
Piano – Found at an estate sale
Pheasants – antique, gift
Lamp on piano – HomeGoods (similar here)
Ring Sculpture – HomeGoods
Wishbone – HomeGoods
Books – Vintage
Lamp – Aidan Gray – have had for almost 12 years
Drapery Panels – Ritva from IKEA
Books – Vintage
Throw – HomeGoods
Clock – was purchased years ago at a local store but similar ones can be found here and here

Office Source List:

Wall Color – Graystone in Eggshell by Benjamin Moore
Trim Color – Simply White in Semi-gloss by Benjamin Moore
Door Color – Mopboard Black in Semi-gloss by Benjamin Moore
Black and White Architectural Prints – Dear Lillie for Soft Surroundings – Medium Size
Desk – IKEA several years ago (similar here and here and here)
Trophy Vase – McGee and Co.
Coral Art Behind Desk – HomeGoods
Gray Bag – HomeGoods
Draperies – Ritva panels from Ikea
Curtain Rods – HomeGoods
Notebooks, candle holder, calendar and pencils – HomeGoods

Peacock Dish – World Market

Items on Shelf:
     Candle – World Market
     Gold Feather – HomeGoods
     Letter Holder – HomeGoods
     Little Jars – HomeGoods
     Basket – Have had for years
     Binders – Target years ago
      Books – From Family
      Vase and Ribbon – HomeGoods
      Tray – HomeGoods
      Frame – have had for years
Gold Armillary Sphere – World Market
      Sculpture – HomeGoods
      Horse Sculpture – HomeGoods
      Basket – have had for years
      Orb – HomeGoods
      Frame – have had for years

Master Bedroom Source List:

Wall Color – Nightfall by Benjamin Moore in Eggshell
Trim – Existing but will eventually be painted with Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss
Midnight Colored Velvet Pillow – HomeGoods (similar here)
White Pom Pom Shams – Country Curtains (no longer available)
Light Fixture – Dear Lillie Collection at Painted Fox (scroll down towards bottom) 
Nightstands – Joss and Main
Lamps – HomeGoods several years ago (I’ve looked but never been able to find any online that were similar!)
Horse – HomeGoods
Round Gold Clock – HomeGoods
Books – Collected over time
Gold Sphere – HomeGoods
Tall Wood Dresser – Joss and Main five or six years ago
Wood Sculpture – HomeGoods
Tufted Leather Foot Stool – Wayfair
Chair – Local Furniture Outlet on Clearance several years ago (similar here)
Gold Orb – HomeGoods
Gold Pheasant – Vintage
Jewelry Box – Vintage Gift
Tiny Bud Vase – Target
Beaded Garland – Soft Surroundings

I hope you all have a fabulous week!
Warmly, Jenni

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