Our Christmas living room is officially all done! This room tends to be one of the last I do because we do purchase a real tree for this space. Now that is is up and decorated I can share our living room with you!
The framed needlepoint was something I thrifted at an estate sale and reframed it with an extra I had. It is so gorgeous and I love how it adds a pop to this corner, and it’s so festive! And cozy is summed up with this image of my boys spending an evening in front of the fireplace.
A last minute addition was this fun and colorful garland. I actually purchased this in store thinking it was ornaments by how it was boxed. It didn’t have a label, and when she rung them up she didn’t mention it being garland. It was a fun surprise when I got home, and it totally worked out. I love it as garland! Source here
I love this view of our living room as seen coming down our stairs. The beautiful windows which I am not looking forward to restoring one day ($$) let in so much light and add so much character to the space.
Couches: Slipcover loveseats from Ikea. They are the Farlov which they discontinued, and I wish they’d bring them back. These are so stylish and comfortable for a fraction of the price of very similar brands.
Rug: A facebook marketplace oriental rug
Homemade paper chains and cotton ball garland was a fun, easy and inexpensive DIY project.
Though not our living room, the entryway is right there so I am considering it apart. Really I just want to show off our gorgeous door that is original to our 1936 home. I thrifted this wreath and added in some juniper and magnolia leaves to add some extra texture. Finished it off with gold velvet ribbon and star ribbon.
Wallpaper | Sandberg Wallpaper, Emilie in Green
Coat Rack | Thrifted
Paint Color: Accessible Beige (entry way bead board)
A few last details. I love that first one with the ornament. Whenever we vacation we purchase an ornament to remember our travels. A cute little vignette of bottle brush trees collected, and the cutest thing of all, a handmade ornament by one of my boys.
Thank you for visiting and looking through my spaces. I wish I could invite you all into my living room.
A last minute addition was garland on the on the banister. I mixed cedar garland from Trader Joes with baby breath and finished with a long velvet ribbon.m
An easy Christmas decor item: using previous holiday cards as display. I have some of past years on the ledge of our entryway.
Thank you for coming on this living room tour with me! I’d had so much fun photographing these spaces to share with you!