Monday, November 28, 2016

A Farmhouse Christmas Blog Tour...

If you love Christmas... and farmhouse style, you've come to the right place! I'm excited to be joining several creative bloggers today for A Farmhouse Christmas Blog Tour.



Today, I'm sharing our stairway, entryway, and more of our
 farmhouse family room. Please come in!


Snow-covered garland, a little tree in a vintage milk crate, 
and some boots create our simple Christmas stairway.



We've added more pops of red in our entryway this year with 
a tractor seat, plaid scarf  and fun felt ball garland.


While our family room shows that we've been dreaming of a white Christmas ;), we're enjoying greenery from the trees and wreath, along with red grain sack accents.


The antique baby scale reminds us of the manger...




And our three sons enjoy little surprises each morning in the advent buckets (that we hang from our nesting boxes), as we count down the days until Christmas!


There's something magical about the glow of string lights,
 whether on a tree... or ladder. ;) More lights coming soon!


Thank you for stopping by our farmhouse at Christmastime. I hope you'll visit again soon, as we continue to deck the halls for Christmas. 

I'd love to hear from you in the comments below, find me on
Facebook, or chat with me on Instagram.

Have fun visiting the other farmhouse bloggers in the tour below. 
I can't wait to see how they've decorated for Christmas!

Xo






19 comments:

  1. Julie,

    Your house and your tour just look gorgeous! I love all of it but I think my favorite thing might be your cute sleigh on top of the coffee table - LOVE!

    Merry Christmas!
    Sheila
    www.maisondecinq.blogspot.com

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  2. your home looks so beautiful Julie!!! I especially love your vintage grain-sack pillows they are amazing!!!

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    1. Thanks so much Haley!! I enjoyed seeing your lovely home all decorated for Christmas. You did an awesome job!

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  3. I love so many things about this Christmas tour of your farmhouse. The sleigh on the table, the advent buckets, the baby scale, the Christmas trees sign... and that first picture of your Christmas stairway just took my breath away. Fantastic job!

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    1. I appreciate that so much Marie-Helene! Thank you! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and have fun decorating your farmhouse for Christmas!

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  4. oh wow! your beautiful home is full of so many awesome vintage finds! I just love it!!! Your tour is so pretty!

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    1. Thank you Kellie! That's so sweet. Merry Christmas!

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  5. Gorgeous Julie. Your farmhouse decor is so pretty. Love that advent calendar. Super sweet.
    Kris

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  6. Beautiful tour - and I love the advent buckets! Such a cute idea!
    Shelley

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  7. Julie! Everything is so gorgeous! Love all of your touches of red and the simplicity is amazing! Your creativity always inspires me!

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    1. Thank you Natalie! I so enjoyed your beautiful Christmas home tour. You are gifted my friend!

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    1. That means so much to me! I love escaping (virtually) to your charming beach cottage. It looks so festive for Christmas!

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  9. It is absolutely beautiful! I adore your entry way. That little stairway couldn't be any cuter if it tried.

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    1. Thank you Brittany! How did I just now find you?! I adore your farmhouse and your style. Enjoy your little ones this Christmas!

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  10. Seriously love everything so much! That ladder is adorable and your home is gorgeous!

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  11. So so pretty! Love all the whites with the touches of red!

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