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Cozy Christmas Home Tour

Cozy Christmas Home Tour

vintage industrial metal cabinet with little drawers decorated for Christmas
Welcome to our cozy Christmas home! Today I'm giving you a tour of our entry, master bedroom, and basement entry where you'll notice a definite trend. Baskets, throw blankets, and plaid, oh my! And red accents. I guess I never realized how much I have of these until they started showing up in all of my pictures.

Today's tour is part of the Very Merry Christmas Home Tour hosted by my friend Carrie at Lovely Etc.  There are 17 home tours and you'll want to visit them all for some very merry Christmas decorating ideas. All of the links to the tours are at the bottom of the post.

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Christmas Entry Decor


small white desk and wooden mirror with Christmas decorations

Our entry only has one space that I can decorate because there are so many openings plus a closet. This little area is quick and easy to decorate and I kept it pretty simple this year. The white desk  is nice and neutral and my Christmas colors really pop next to it. 


small tabletop Christmas tree with burlap base

A simple rustic tabletop tree is a fun addition to the top of the desk. I've had this one for years and it's been everywhere throughout the house over the years. 


small package wrapped with kraft paper and tied with a red satin bow

TIP: Here's an easy and budget-friendly way to decorate an area for Christmas. Wrap boxes in plain brown kraft paper and tie them with pretty satin ribbon. Super simple and quick. For more gift wrapping ideas go here → Creative Gift Wrap Ideas


Pottery Barn sherpa pom pom throw blanket in woven basket, brown paper packages tied up with red ribbon

Underneath the desk, I added a pom pom sherpa throw blanket to my big woven basket for some texture, along with a couple more packages.

Christmas in the Master Bedroom


bedroom with ruched faux fur throw blanket, red pillow, french quilt, linen shams

The baskets, throw blankets, and plaid theme continues in the master bedroom. My most favorite ruched faux fur throw blanket keeps me warm and cozy on cold nights. The blue vintage Ralph Lauren duvet cover was a lucky thrift store find a few months ago. The red "merry" pillow  makes the flowers on the duvet cover really pop. 

I added a couple of  boxwood wreaths with red ribbons to wooden arches on either side of the bed for more of a Christmas look.


plaid throw blanket in large woven basket underneath night stand

Underneath one of the night stands, I have a vintage plaid wool lap blanket in a large basket. It's a fun and easy way to add more texture and color. 


little feather tree and wood bead garland

And on the top of the nightstand, a couple of vintage red books, a little feather Christmas tree, and a wood bead garland set the scene. I've had this little tree for probably 20 years and love it more every year. Here are some more of my favorite ways to decorate with trees → 12 Ways to Decorate with Christmas Trees


antique stoneware crock with small Christmas tree

On the other night stand I have another tabletop tree in an antique stoneware crock . The little green stoneware Christmas tree and red stripe linen ribbon are both from my shop. 

Vintage Metal Cabinet 


vintage industrial metal cabinet with drawers decorated for Christmas

My favorite place to decorate for each season is on and around my vintage metal cabinet with all the little drawers. This piece is one of my all-time favorite estate sale finds. See my estate sale shopping tips here → How to Shop Estate Sales Like a Pro

Here's what I added this year, starting from the top: 


And for many more beautiful Christmas tours, visit my friends! Here are all of their homes.

Lovely Etc * DIY Beautify * Up to Date Interiors * What Meegan Makes * Sunny Side Design


Chatfield Court * Sweet Pea * Repurpose and Upcycle * Hey There Home


At Lane and High * Postcards from the Ridge * Making it in the Mountains * Lehman Lane


Newly Woodwards * Thrifty and Chic * Bright Green Door * Refresh Living



26 comments

  1. You already know that I am a huge fan of your decorating style. I SO MUCH enjoyed seeing your Christmas entryway and bedroom Christmas decor and I can't wait to see more of your Christmas decor later this week.

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    1. Thank you, Paula! We definitely love the same things. Looking forward to seeing all of your Christmas decor too!

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  2. I love your simple yet cozy decorating style and all your vintage Christmas decor.

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    1. Thank you! Simple and cozy is my favorite way to decorate.

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  3. Your Christmas tour really does look cozy Angie! love all the vintage pieces too. Merry Christmas!

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    1. Thank you! We love having a cozy house and I can't resist a good vintage piece!

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  4. Loving all your cozy Christmas touches Angie! I'm a huge fan of plaid throws and baskets and love your creative ways to display them! Enjoy the season my friend ❤🎄

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    1. Thanks, Cindy! I might need a plaid throw blanket intervention, 😂

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  5. I just love what you have done. In my opinion one can never have enough plaid in their home! And I adore what you did in the master bedroom. I am crushing on everyones decorated bedrooms this year, I need to do mine next year.

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    1. Thank you, Wendy! I agree...never enough plaid 😉. And I don't always decorate the master bedroom for Christmas but because it's 2020, I wanted a little Christmas cheer in all the spaces.

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  6. It is beautiful - from top to bottom. I love the idea to wrap presents for decor - just need to figure out how to keep my kids away from them.

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    1. Thank you! If my kids were small I wouldn't be able to the wrapped (empty) boxes either. They're grown and gone now so the only ones I have to worry about are our kittens, and they're very mischievous!

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  7. Love your tour. Especially all the cuteness in that bedroom! Merry Christmas

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    1. Thank you, Cindy! It's a good year to add Christmas cheer throughout the house!

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  8. Love all of your little trees and baskets and Christmas touches! And that metal cabinet is amazing - it seems to look gorgeous with pretty much everything!

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    1. Thanks, Carrie! I've had so much fun with that cabinet. I bought it because I loved it but had no idea where I would put it. After sitting in the garage for months, it's right at home in this little spot.

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  9. Everything looks so lovely Angie! All of the cozy textures and beautiful holiday patterns really come together to create such a cozy feel!

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    1. Thank you! Making the house cozy, especially at Christmas, is always a big goal for me.

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  10. Love your home all decorated for the holidays Angie! The neutrals with that shot of red is beautiful!

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  11. It is fun to see all of your vintage touches throughout your Christmas decorating. I like that you have your bedroom decorated, too. Seeing your feather tree reminds me of visiting my grandma's house during the Holidays. Thanks for all the ideas and inspiration, Angie. Merry Christmas.

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  12. You have such a beautiful home filled with so many special things Angie. I especially love that wall rack with wire hooks and OMW that metal cabinet is a keeper for sure.

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  13. So beautiful that I had to pin twice Angie! :)

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  14. I love all of the white and red Christmas decor in your beautiful home Angie!! Merry Christmas!

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  15. Very pretty! Lovin that little feather tree. I may need one now! Thanks for the wonderful tour!
    Kim

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  16. Hi Angie
    Love your blog. I love decorating and enjoy all your Christmas ideas.
    Hope you have a Wonderful Christmas. Thank You so much
    Decorating Dreams

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