Hello and welcome to my annual Christmas Home Tour! Not only will I be sharing my own Modern Sage and Metallic Christmas Home Tour, but I’m excited to be sharing a bunch of my friends Christmas homes too (which you’ll find at the bottom of this post).
This is my favorite time of the year! Celebrating Jesus’ birth, the twinkle lights, fresh smell of pine, and family time. I invite you to grab a cup of hot cocoa and scroll down to see some of our home dressed for the holidays.
Enjoy this season because it will be over before you know it!
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I’m kicking things off in the main living area… and the most used room in our home! This is the main tv/media room and the first room you see when you walk in the door.
I was originally going to do a slate color this year, but the tree looked a lot like last years, so I decided to make a change last minute to sage. It’s subtle, but oh-so-pretty!
My decor this year is a mixture of greenery, sage, metals, lights, and some touches of nature. Each year I try to do things a little bit differently and this year my focus is on bringing more of the outdoors in. Fresh greens, pine cones and dried oranges. A few tree’s, and lots of candles and sparkle!
I found the perfect sign (and color) with the ‘it’s the most wonderful time of the year’ from hobby lobby.
The hubs built this console to ‘hide’ all the sound system/media gear and it’s the perfect place to lay fresh cedar garland, some pine cones and a few ribbons that match the ones on the tree.
I bought this glitter geo wreath from West Elm at the end of Christmas last year. Did you know that this is the best time to buy for the coming year? This wreath originally retailed for $29, but I snagged it for $7.25!
Oh… and do you see that cute paper tree on the coffee table? Also purchased from West Elm after season – and they are actually ornaments, but I’m using them as decor accents. And the ‘sage’ book? I look for books at Goodwill to match my color scheme as well. (I got this one for $1.25)
I even decorated the side hutch (which houses extra dishes, chargers and cake stands) with a couple sprigs of berries and pine cones. I found this darling 3-church tin set at Walmart this year.
Down the hallway to the kids wing, I added a cozy striped blanket with a vintage truck pillow (I’ve had for years), a mini tree I picked up from Target and scarf to the bench.
I wanted to bring in lots of greenery to the entry way plus lots of cozy and twinkle. And since we don’t have a fireplace, this has become the best place to hang our stockings.
I bought this framed board awhile back from Hobby Lobby and strung a wreath from it. It pairs nicely with the cow print to remind me of my childhood; raising cows and playing out in the cold snow!
Next up is our dining table. I made this sage table runner out of cheesecloth and kelly green rit dye – it’s gorgeous, inexpensive and really easy to make!
I added fresh cedar greenery, pine cones, metallic votive candles and a few other candles for lots of cozy and twinkle.
The kitchen stays true to my minimal nature, plus it’s meant to keep clean and clear for baking and cooking on the daily!
Take your time and enjoy all the beauty this season brings. Don’t let all the decoration overwhelm you! A few touches here and there is all it takes.
I always decorate our bar stools and this year I recycled some old wreaths I had and simply added the pretty sage ribbon!
A little surprise… I changed my kitchen lighting fixtures again. Aren’t they gorgeous? Maybe next year I’ll add a few sprigs of fresh cedar to the tops!
Another DIY I did this year… drying fresh naval oranges to create this years window garland. It’s more of bringing the outdoors in!
I hope you enjoyed my Modern Sage and Metallic Christmas Home Tour! If you want to shop many of the items seen in this post… scroll below. xo
And be sure to check out all the other Christmas Home Tours below!