Christmas Postcards ~ Our Holiday Home Tour

Hello, friends!  I hope you're enjoying the holiday season this year.  I'm looking forward to doing some baking with my girls this weekend and attending a couple of fun parties over the next couple of weeks.  This time of year is always so much fun to get together and see everyone and get the house all decked out.

I've done most of our decorating and wanted to invite you to stop by and do a virtual tour.  I don't do anything fancy or formal because that's just not our style.  And I'm not the crafty type, so most of what you see is items that have been colllected over the last 20+ years. And as I put this post together, I wondered if it should be be called "Obsessed with glass ornaments".  You'll see what I mean.

I love the eclectic, vintage look and most everything you'll see is something that was found at estate sales, rummage sales, yard sales, etc.

Enough chatter.  Let's get on with the tour!

Welcome to our living room.  The tree is decorated with vintage mercury glass ornaments and the skirt is an old quilt.  The vintage doctor's office windows is one of my favorite finds ever.


More ornaments in a vintage silver bowl.  Can someone say obsessed?

My favorite red glassware decked out with some candy canes on our tea cart-turned bar cart.

These are my favorite ornaments with their crackled finish and imperfections.  


Chalkboard art for dummies.  Even I can do this one.  :)

The breakfast room hutch looks prettier than ever.  Of course, I say that every year.  


My favorite, very unique kitchen wreath is studded with wine and champagne corks, thin ribbon, and some small round glass ornaments.  It's a happy wreath, for sure.




Is it just me, or is there a face on this ornament?  Do you see it too?  It has a smirky smile and a laid back happy look to it.  

A peek into our newly remodeled hall bathroom.  Watch for a full reveal coming in the next week for this space.  Merry Christmas to me.  


I still have 2 mantels to decorate and will share them as soon as I have a sunny day to photograph them.  With the way the weather has been around here lately, that might be a while!

Thanks for dropping by!



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  1. I love this post and makes me want to decorate !!!! I plan on it this weekend and I TOO want to do some holiday baking ..xosoxo HUGS and christmas blessings my friend

  2. Very beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

  3. So warm and cozy! Merry Christmas to you friend!!

  4. It looks wonderful and cozy! I love that Dr.'s office window, and the hutch looks so pretty!

  5. The decorations are beautiful. Tradition and mementos make for a lovely tradition. We are getting lots of snow here too. Makes it difficult to get out. I will look forward to seeing your mantel. I loved your fall one. Mairsa

  6. O beautiful, love the silver or pewter tray that your favorite ornaments are in and the wreath is just too cute!!! Your home looks gorgeous all decked out!!!


  7. That is ABSOLUTELY beautiful!!!! May I steal the hutch ideas???? I have lots of red and white transferware....even a few pieces like yours :^)
    Everything looks like I would just love to move right in!!
    Blessings to you,

  8. Using the quilt as a tree is skirt is such a good idea! I may need to try that! Thank you for sharing your home!

  9. I love your use of a quilt as a tree skirt. So wonderful.

  10. Nice read! I like the suggestions.

  11. Your holiday home is beautiful, Angie! So cozy and warm!

  12. Everything looks wonderful! I love all your vintage touches. Thanx for joining THT and Merry Christmas!

  13. Everything looks so pretty, Angie! I adore the way you've decorated your hutch -- just beautiful!


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