2017 Christmas Home Tour: Champagne, Wine and Other Christmas Color Schemes

As of yesterday morning, I still didn’t know if I would meet my own deadline, but here I am, coffee in hand, determined to get things wrapped up to welcome you in for my 2017 Christmas Home Tour. I actually missed my “start decorating for Christmas (complete with a holly doodle)” reminder date in my planner since I was on back to back to back trips and in the middle of multiple room makeovers (friends, don’t EVER let me do that again right before the holidays!). But, December hasn’t even started yet and we are finally and officially in perfect-for-Hallmark-movie-marathons twinkle light Heaven. In the weeks leading up to today, some days I imagined our home full-on resembling Santa’s workshop; on less ambitious days, I conceded to likely having a tree, some plaid cocktail napkins and calling it “good” haha. Well, it may not be the North Pole, but after literally saying “Done, except for just a few things” prior to our Thanksgiving trip and then walking in the door after our trek home to more than two more full days of decorating, on a scale of “winter wonderland to Charlie Brown”, I feel good about saying we are closer to the former 😉 We’ve got champagne, wine and other Christmas color schemes and some first-year themes for our home.

One last thing before we even head through the front door. Remember last year’s tour? Keep in mind that I did not run out and buy all new decor this year. I am always asked if I buy all new each year. Even with my own site, no, I don’t. Some things you may quickly recognize, others you may notice re-purposed in different areas, some things may be absent and others reconfigured in a fresh way. I did a little tree filler shopping but we’ll talk about that in just a few. Let’s get you in from the cold balmy temps that I thought we had escaped.

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Y’all, we now have two years’ worth of post-Christmas purchased lights and small wreaths for outside, but we have yet to actually use them haha. I actually forgot until I saw them in a dark corner under a pile of pillows in the basement (I’m pretty sure Dave tried to bury them there to make me forget about all our previous, well intended Clark Griswold plans). I’m going to share some porch and outdoor holiday pretties on December 11, so maybe I’ll pull something out of my hat and surprise us both by then 😉 But, by far (I’ve shared this before and I’ll share it again!), the easiest and cheapest way to add some Christmas cheer on your porch is to swing by your local hardware/home improvement store (local Christmas tree lots may do the same or they may re-purpose and charge). I go to Lowe’s and they keep a big bin of all the tree clippings, free for the taking. I mix mine with some faux pine and berries but there is so much you can do with those fresh clippings (think mantel, table decor, light fixtures…) I also get this question a good bit – I fill my urn bottoms with bricks. It gives good height to clippings and good drainage for my flower pots.

Classic Christmas front porch with green garland and red bows


One year, I added live greenery draping from the tops of my cabinets. It was pretty but with thin cabinet molding, it got in the way every time we opened a cabinet door (read: we knocked dried branches all day, every day, and made a big ‘ol mess). I learned my lesson and tend to keep it simple now. 😉 I have a few “moments” happening in here but pretty much prefer to let my treats and more Christmasy entertaining pieces bring in the holiday vibes.

Christmas kitchen decor ideas with copper mugs and treats

Kitchen island Christmas decor with a jar of ornaments

These buffalo check and gingham plates are perfect year-round (I received them as a gift). In the summer, they scream “picnic!” and during the holidays, “cozy plaid!”.

Hot chocolate setup on kitchen island

You don’t even have to set up an entire hot cocoa bar; you can bring out some copper mugs and keep them displayed and ready to go on a tray. You could even set an apothecary jar, filled with marshmallows, next to your holiday mugs without going “all out”. We also frame our Christmas cards to display during Christmas 😉

Christmas cards in frames for each Christmas on display


The adjoining breakfast nook ended up being a happy little accident. I always get live garland (from Costco) to mix in with the faux for the banisters and mantel and then trim the more drapey cedar limbs to adorn the little chandelier in here. I went to the grocery store at 6 a.m. the other day in search of some flowers to pull together a winter mix centerpiece for my little wooden planter (I have the medium). I struck out but they had a ton of poinsettias in every size. They didn’t have any white though and while I did bring some red into our home this year, “poinsettia red” was a little too vibrant. I settled on this peachy shade and just love her!

Poinsettia centerpiece on breakfast room table

Sometimes I fill these oversized lanterns (from ZGallerie several years ago and no longer available :/) with ornaments and garland, but kept them simple this year with some faux snow and pillar candles.

Oversized lanterns as corner decor

Here’s what initiated the “happy accident”. When I was pulling all of our Christmas decor out of boxes, I was trying to go lighter in areas and change things up from previous years. I realized I had all these cone and bottlebrush trees without homes and gathered them to to take inventory on my breakfast nook buffet. It wasn’t planned but I kind of liked how they looked, all clustered together in a mini forest. I went back and forth between “how cute!” and “oh my word, this is obnoxious” before pulling a couple, reconfiguring, and adding a thin strand of twinkle lights for whimsy.

Breakfast nook Christmas decor ideas

Bottlebrush Christmas tree forest

Pink poinsettia in wooden planter as a Christmas centerpiece

And you may not think it just by seeing it in store, but look how well the peach/blush-toned poinsettias compliment deep wine reds and champagne? The copper in the kitchen warms things right up, too 😉


Sherwin williams perfect greige paint in a classic christmas home

FYI- these more satiny ribbons are from Hobby Lobby BUT, I had the hardest time finding a deep red wine color and champagne! I was able to locate them in the regular ribbon section but for the most part, their displayed holiday ribbons were all bright red and shiny gold. If you go searching for ribbon, don’t forget to check all around the store. There will usually be additional sections near fabric and floral 😉 I actually relied heavily on using ribbon to change entire looks. Like I said before, I didn’t rush out and buy all new Christmas decor. But, getting a few new staples like ribbon is a super easy way to change your entire look from year to year. I also came across a small box of unopened pinecone ornaments from two years ago and tied them onto the backs of our bar stools.

Bar stools with ribbon and an ornament for Christmas

So, this is what I’ve been looking forward to sharing. Y’all, I have red in my house! Well, wine and champagne with a little gold thrown in. Hey, my house can be filled with those things any time 😉

Tall Stacked stone fireplace decorated for Christmas

I can’t tell you how much I’m enjoying our classic Christmas tree. Believe it or not, I already had everything for this tree with the exception of a few deep red ornaments and red ribbon. That’s what I love about investing in a base of neutral ornaments! You can change the entire look of your tree, on a whim, without shelling out hundreds. And, just because I added red didn’t mean I had to go all red, all over. With such a powerful color and all the lights and shiny, glittery adornments in the tree, a little goes a long way. You can see my tree decorating and ribbon tutorial HERE.

elegant Red and gold living room christmas tree

I decided to forego the office tree this year but used a few copper/rose gold-ish ornaments from last year’s blush toned tree.

Christmas gifts under the tree with wine ribbon

As we make our way through, you’ll probably notice a lot of jars and boxes of ornaments just laying around. Such an easy way to decorate and mix up new colors. If you already have plenty of ornaments on  hand, perfect! If not, only displaying super fine ornaments can get expensive. Try mixing a few special baubles with some inexpensive “filler” ornaments (like the boxes from Michaels and Hobby Lobby- I use those everywhere!)

How to style shelves with Christmas decor

Christmas ornaments on styled bookshelves

Shelf styling ideas for the holidays

With the addition of the sound bar (a “surprise” when I came home from a business trip earlier this year haha), the mantel garland was a little trickier and stocking hangers were out of the question. I added these command hooks to the top of the stone mantel and they worked like a dream. I used two basic garlands with some champagne balls but used my leftover tree trimmings to make it my own. I hot glued balls, wove in some ribbon, nestled in some pinecones, mixed in some live garland, and then strung in some battery powered twinkle lights.

fur stocking ideas hung on a stacked stone fireplace

Some people get new stockings every year. We don’t. And we never did growing up, either. I always loved having one special stocking to look forward to that my mom had needle-pointed. We’ve had these from Restoration Hardware for years but I added a little embellishment to them this year by tying on a little duo sprig of greenery. You could add bells, ornaments, etc. HERE are some gray snow leopard stockings with pom poms I love

Stockings with ribbons and greenery accents

Christmas stocking mantel hook ideas

Simple shelf styling ideas for Christmas

Christmas living room with garland on banisters and on mantel

I don’t think I’ve ever been more happy to have snagged this wooden bowl from the PB Outlet as I was when decorating this season. With all the glittery and shiny objects everywhere, I wanted to tone it down a little and the gold bowl I originally had these ornaments in was a little too “whoa!” Having something more earthy brings in some of that coziness and compliments the live greenery. Don’t discount some of your more neutral/natural pieces just because they don’t scream “Merry Christmas!” all on their own.

Christmas living room with wooden bowl of ornaments

Traditional, classic Christmas tree in gold and deep red

Christmas living room with lit fire

Deep red, champagne, and gold ornaments in a bowl

If you’re like me, you end up with a lot of ribbon scraps. Admittedly, several are too long and should have never been “scraps” in the first place haha But, they are still too short for a gift bow. If you have any books on display/your coffee table, wrap them and dress them up a little. You can also tie a bow around a throw or two in your living room blanket basket.

Ribbon ideas for Christmas

This crystal was my grandmothers; if there was ever a time to bring out the family heirlooms and sentimental things, that time is now.

Mirrored console with Christmas decor

Here’s a closer look of my garland. We secure the faux and then literally lay the live on top. I pull down on some sprigs as I secure the garland but nothing fancy. It took me all of 20  minutes to incorporate the live greenery everywhere once the faux was in place.

stairwell garland with draping ribbon

How to tie ribbon on stairwell banisters with garland

Two story Christmas living room with lazboy sectional and stacked stone fireplace


Even more than when I first completed my master bedroom and shared the reveal earlier this month, I fell in love with it all over again when I brought in some wintery touches and switched the red pillows to these velvety green beauties. I know- kind of weird that I took out the red pillows for Christmas when I was adding red to other places haha.

Gray and white Christmas bedroom with a pop of green and modern chandelier

I actually had this strand of flocked garland when I got my flocked tree but this is my first time breaking it out. If you are contemplating decorating any room in your home besides the main living area, do yourself a favor and add some sparkle to your bedroom. I’ve basically been hibernating in it ever since.

Flocked garland to decorate the bedroom headboard

And, no surprise here- my assistant has also more than enjoyed it 😉

Christmas bed with puppy

Snow leopard and green Christmas color scheme for Christmas bedding

By “hibernating” I mean, binge watching Hallmark Channel Christmas movies while working, wrapping gifts. My bed has basically become my office over the past week.

Christmas wrapping paper, ribbon, and embellishments


The only new Christmas decor I purchased this year (besides a few rolls of ribbon and a couple boxes of balls) were these little flocked trees. I couldn’t find them online but found a similar one HERE.

Bedroom tv wall with simple Christmas decor

Similar to the happy accident of the breakfast room, this is the Christmas tree that almost wasn’t. You know how I got my second wind the day we got home from Thanksgiving? Before our trip, I totally thought this tree was going to be a snowy, naked forest goddess but changed my mind after we walked in the door a few days ago. (The vote on insta-stories didn’t hurt either 😉 ). I stuck to silver and white and used all ribbon, ornaments, and picks I already had on hand that I’d boxed and sent back down to the basement. That’s another thing. If you decide not to use ALL of your decor, don’t feel guilty about making selections and returning the rest to storage. Even if it’s good stuff. You can always incorporate it in later years.

silver and white christmas tree in the bedroom sitting area

For my topper, I used some glistening white berry branches (similar) and broke off each stem. I continued to stick ’em in in and bring them down a little more sparsely until the top was full. Sometimes, you don’t have to have a grand statement on top – just a little cohesive cluster 😉

Christmas tree white berry topper ideas

Cozy bedroom sitting area with a flocked Christmas tree

White and silver balsam hill christmas tree ornaments on flocked tree

Silver and white flocked Christmas tree in the bedroom

Another way to use leftover ornaments , even after you’ve filled vases and sprinkled them on shelves and tables, is underneath your tree. Most of these came from the great room tree from previous years.

How to style the bottom of a Christmas tree with packages and ornaments

Cozy white sitting nook - bedroom Christmas decorating ideas


The last stop on today’s tour is in the dining room where I went in a completely opposite direction. You’ve already seen glimpses in my “Fake It, Don’t Bake It” holiday entertaining post and my Christmas tree decorating tutorial. If you haven’t seen those, well, I decided to go with a meadow theme after being inspired by a single roll of floral ribbon.

Elegant blue dining room decorated for Christmas

I nestled moss in the tree, added a few birds, and resorted to the discounted floral stems to create an unexpected themed tree. Again, all my ornaments were neutral and already on hand. When I got home, I headed to the basement to see how I could “Christmas-fy “some spring-y decor. I grabbed some mossy branches and a spring fern wreath and that was all I needed.

Dining room with Christmas tree in the corner

Because I used moss, I stayed away from snow; I used a scarf as my runner base, sprinkled in some candles and leftover ornaments, and declared these “meadow” reindeer 😉

Christmas centerpiece ideas with reindeer, moss, and ornaments

My favorite easy craft (I was really proud of this idea, y’all) was taking my spring fern wreath, stuffing a small Christmas wreath inside (I literally just wedged it in), and then hot-gluing a few pinecones on the outside. I fluffed the branches of both wreaths into each other and ta-da! A meadow Christmas wreath was born.

how to use a spring wreath for christmas

Elegant dining room buffet with Christmas decor and leaning mirror

Christmas table decor ideas with reindeer and ornament centerpiece

I wish every Christmas photo could be taken after the sun started setting… that’s when the trees really like to show off 😉

Dining room Christmas decorating ideas for a dinner party

Dining room Christmas tree with bar cart of gifts

For this topper, I stuck in two branches (pull them apart and spread them out so they aren’t just a straight bundle), and trickled a few blue floral stems in that I broke apart. I love the little cascade. I also love that I got them for .90/stem on clearance.

unique christmas tree theme ideas


Floral christmas tree with moss

It isn’t even December yet and I’ve already gone through every emotion, declaring that Christmas will be elaborate to simple, saying we’re ahead then behind, and having no motivation and then getting a wild hair. Whatever Christmas looks like for you, do that and enjoy it. It’s so easy to get caught up in what you’re “supposed to do” that if you don’t slow down and look around, Christmas will be over and all you’ll have to show for it is a bunch of glitter on your floor that you resent. Now that I’ve conquered our surroundings, I’m more focused on traditions and the fun times ahead. Create a holiday home that your family will love celebrating and relaxing in all season long. If you want to go more simple this year, focus on one or two areas and put all your effort in those areas. A few things in one space can be more powerful than several things spread throughout the house. Wishing you all the best holiday season, with lots of special moments and memories made with your family and loved ones. For more Christmas inspo to come, be sure to sign up for my emails at the bottom of the post; it’s the best way for us to keep in touch 😉


Flocked Bedroom Tree  – 9′ | Great Room Tree – 9′ | Dining Room Tree – 7′ | Mini Flocked Bedroom Trees (similar)


Gray Plaid Throw | Gray & White Ticking Striped Pillows | Chunky Gray Throw with Tassels in Basket| Cream Chunky Throw in Basket | Gray Faux Mohair Throw on ChaiseVolcano Ash Floor Vase | White Vase | White Vase 2 | Accordion Vase | Terracotta Vase | Box with Pumpkins on BookshelfTicking Striped PillowsTiger Striped Pillows Thatcher Wing Back Chairs | Table Lamp | Garden Stool | Blanket BasketQuatrefoil Mirrors Between Windows | Gold Foil Texas & Georgia State Art Prints | White Lidded Urn | Tree Art | Log Basket | Round Mirrors: World Market – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Wooden Tray: Pottery Barn – no longer available (SIMILARVolcano Candle | Mirrored Console Table: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Console Table Lamps: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Oversized Tray | ZGallerie Palais Side Table (IDENTICAL) | ZGallerie Palais  Coffee Table (IDENTICAL) | Rug: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Alarm Clock | Sofa: La-Z-Boy Aspen Collection | Fan: Progressive Lighting | Paint: Versatile Gray by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Bar Stools | Marble Cheese Board | Wooden Paddle Board | Soap Pedestal | Acrylic Tray | Marble & Wood Cutting Board | Wooden Bowl: Pottery Barn Outlet | Round Wood Wall Decor (SIMILAR)| Coasters | Pedestal | Ceramic Artichoke (SIMILAR) | Pedestal Bowl: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Candle Holders | Refrigerator | Cabinet Pulls: Pewter (SIMILAR) | Gravy Boat | FaucetStainless Cooktop | Stainless Steel Canopy Pro Style Wall Mount Range Hood | Paint: Perfect Greige by Sherwin Williams | Cabinet Paint: Unknown | Granite: Giallo Ornamental  | Backsplash: Puebla Travertina Beige in 3×6 tiles with Snow White Grout | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Chairs | Table: Refinished (PROJECT HERE) | Chandelier | Round Mirror (SIMILAR) | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Curtain Rod |  White Soup Tureen | Platter | Sideboard: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Candelabras (SIMILAR) | Ice Bucket | Wine Cooler | Wine Trough | Cake Stands: HERE, HERE, HERE| Espresso Cups & Saucers | Ceramic Vase (SIMILAR) | Paint: Perfect Greige by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Chairs – Linen | Bar Cart12-Light Chandelier | Tapered Candle Sticks | Pillar Candle Holders | Gold Flatware | Mirror: Homegoods – (SIMILAR) | Dining Table:  (84″ in Salvaged Brown) | Buffet: (72″ in Distressed White) | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Rug: HomeGoods- Safavieh | Lamps: HomeGoods – (SIMILAR) | Silver Tea Service: Family Heirloom – (SIMILAR) | Cream Table Runners | Plaid Table Runner & Plaid Napkins: HomeGoods | Church Painting | Water Lillies Art | Paint: Lauren’s Surprise by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


LINENS: White Linen Duvet Cover & Euro ShamsBelgian Flax Linen Linen Quilt (in Flagstone) | King Linen Shams (in Flagstone) | 700 Thread Count Sheets | Leopard Pillow | Green Velvet Pillows | Black & Cream Striped Pillows

FURNITURE: Bed | Nightstands | Dresser- Restoration Hardware (no longer available) | Oversized Chair (in natural) | Oversized Chair with Ottoman (in natural) | Side Table in Sitting Nook | Garden Stool | Bench 

WALLS & WINDOWS: Bird Art Print 1 | Bird Art Print 2 | Moulding | Woven Shades (Bali White; Cordless) | Leaning Floor Mirror- HomeGoods | Paint: Simply White by Benjamin Moore

LIGHTING: Chandelier | Bedside Lamps | Floor Lamp

FLOORS: Gray Rug in Sitting Nook (5×7) | Chunky Cream Wool Rug (8×10)| Sheepskin- Costco

ACCESSORIES: Small Flocked Trees Flanking TV (similar) | Brass & Mirror Tray on Ottoman | Foo Dog- HomeGoods (Similar) | Catch-all China Dish | Leopard Throw- HomeGoods (Similar) | Oversized Double Handle Basket- HomeGoods (Similar) | Hamper- HomeGoods (Similar) | Gray Striped Throw- HomeGoods

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  1. 11.30.17
    joanmechlin, joni said:

    I’ve been waiting for this home tour, Kelly, which I have now enjoyed. Honestly, I admire you for your decorating talents which you graciously share and I thank you for inspiring me once again.

    • 11.30.17

      Oh, Joni, thank YOU so so much! Wishing you the best holiday season ever xoxo

  2. 11.30.17
    Amy Flanigan said:

    I have been searching for purple ribbon! I was very surprised at hobby lobby- the ribbon this year barely stocked one side of an aisle! I am still on the hunt for purple ribbon- your decor is gorgeous- happy holidays!!

    • 11.30.17

      Amy, thank you! I know- it was so tough to find the ribbons I was looking for in-store! Had I planned ahead, I would have ordered via Amazon.

  3. 11.30.17

    As usual, this is a fantastic tour, Kelley. Champagne and wine make such a beautiful combo! Thanks for always inspiring us.

    • 11.30.17

      Victoria, THANK YOU! It’s a labor intensive one to pull together but I am so happy I can sit back and enjoy it now. Wishing you a very merry Christmas season <3

  4. 11.30.17
    Shauna said:

    Kelley it’s all absolutely GORGEOUS!! My faves are the pine cone wreaths in your mirrors and how you turned that spring wreath into winter! Merry Christmas friend! ?

    • 11.30.17

      Shauna THANK YOU! Your home during the holidays is always one of my favs!

  5. 11.30.17
    Tamara said:

    Kel! As always I’m blown away by your stunning Christmas everything! I want to come and spend Christmas with you guys! I don’t think I can pick a favorite, it’s all so gorgeous, but it just might be your bedroom! I’m so so in love with it! Amazing job!! Merry Christmas!!xo

    • 11.30.17

      Tam, THANK YOU! I can’t wait to see your tour- that blue is going to be amazing!

  6. 11.30.17
    Cali said:

    So stunning. Envy you who can afford all these luxuries. And to have such a beautiful big house. I wanted a new tree this year but could not afford all the decorations I wanted. =o( I guess I will have to start somewhere tough and build up over time. Everything in the US seems so grand and you can find the most beautiful things in the shops there. Count yourself lucky and very blessed. Many, including me, will continue to daydream of your reality. Merry Christmas! =o)

    • 11.30.17

      Cali, curating and adding to your collection over time is the way to go. And, there are so many ways to decorate for the holiday in an inexpensive/even free way! Head outside and see what clippings you can find. I love trimming from my holly bush but it doesn’t have berries just yet. Any green limbs you see around are a centerpiece/planter waiting to happen. I am blessed and love making the most of what I have but more than anything, I hope there are some ideas you can glean for your own inspiration. See how far some ribbon will take you, add strands of lights to your regular decor, and take a peek in your cabinets and see what you can use that you already have. Wishing you a beautiful Christmas xoxo

      • 12.1.17
        Cali said:

        Thank you so much for the great advice! I will definitely see what I can find. =o) Love reading your blog! Many thanks!

  7. 11.30.17

    Beautiful, stunning, gorgeous! Your style is always so inspirational. I absolutely love how you decorated your tree in your dining room with the floral ribbon and the touches of blue! Thank you for sharing all of your festive ideas! Merry Christmas 🙂

    • 11.30.17

      Emily, thank you! I am so happy with how it turned out 😉 Merry Christmas!

  8. 11.30.17
    Jennifer said:

    Beautiful! I love the wine color scheme. It goes perfect with the gray in your living room.

    • 11.30.17

      Jennifer, thank you! It was fun to do something a little different 😉

  9. 11.30.17
    Marty S. said:

    OMGosh Amazing home tour. So inspirational. Trees are so elegant, who am I kidding the whole tour was just so elegant & beautiful. Sculptered reindeers are adorable but linked to purchase but sold out. ? I think I am ordering the Pocket Watch Clock which I can use year round. Thanks for opening up your home and sharing with your followers…Impressive. Merry Christmas to you & your family?

  10. 11.30.17
    Joan said:

    Kelley, gorgeous tour!!! Love the colors throughout your beautiful home! Merry Christmas!

  11. 11.30.17
    Ria Sarma said:

    Hi Kelly,

    Can you provide the source of your Christmas tree ornaments ?

  12. 11.30.17
    Monica Maldonado said:

    Absolutely gorgeous!!! Like everything else in your house. I’m a big fan of your decorating style.

  13. 11.30.17
    Tiffany said:

    Love, Love, Love!!! You certainly didn’t disappoint this year, Kelley!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with all of us. Speaking of glitter all over your floor….any pointers on how you handle it? Even after I clean and have everything set up, there’s still glitter everywhere! My husband came home last night and told me there was glitter on his dress shoes! LOL 🙂

  14. 11.30.17

    Kelley I don’t even know where to begin! Each and every space is a stunner and I’m always blown away by your creativity and sense of style! Since you wrapped up so early at your house, want to come on over and help me with mine 🙂 I hope that you and Dave enjoy the holiday season – what a beautiful home to celebrate in!

  15. 11.30.17
    Denise said:

    So grateful I came upon your Instagram, Kelley! Your style and decor has been the perfect inspiration for me this year. Absolutely stunning Christmas home tour. Your talent is beyond amazing! Merry Christmas to you and yours!?

  16. 11.30.17
    Katie said:

    Love the dining room with small hints of blue! Where did you find the blue tinted leaf picks that you have at the placed top of your dining room tree?

  17. 11.30.17

    Once again you knocked it out of the park! I happened to walk through the Atlanta Lifestyles and Home Holiday Home today with a dear friend. I kept telling her that I wish my blog friend Kelly Nan had a tour (other than virtual), as your lovely home in my opinion is incredible. You have such an amazing eye for design and don’t miss a single detail. Your choice of color palette is gorgeous. You create a winter wonderland without things being too busy or over the top. Great job once again!!! Oh, and I owe you lunch 😉

  18. 11.30.17
    Tonia said:

    I just love following you! You are so inspirational and talented. Enjoyed the tour! Merry Christmas!

  19. 11.30.17

    This tour is breath taking. The Burgundy was so pretty. I know your bedroom makeover was such an inspiration for this tour. Everyone of your trees were done so beautifully. So many great ideas coming from this post.

  20. 11.30.17
    Kimberly Heavner said:

    Your holiday home is breathtakingly beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing! It’s just spectacular!!! Very inspiring.

  21. 11.30.17
    Paula said:

    WOW WOW WOW!!!! Your home is literally to die for! ! Kelley, you’ve been blessed with Awesome Talent! ! Thanks so much for sharing. Merry Christmas to you & your family!

  22. 12.1.17

    I’ve been waiting for this tour and it’s spectacular! I love how you share simple tips like adding a new colored ball to your existing neutral balls, adding the new color ribbon to an existing stocking, an existing book, an existing candle, etc. And I love how you graciously share your talents and talking voices with us, haha. Kudos girlfriend! (Those hubs and their ‘surprises’ kill me…I feel ya!) xo

  23. 12.1.17
    Haneen said:

    Kelley! Blown away, as always! You are seriously a master at designing Christmas trees! Everything is beautiful! Happy Holidays!

  24. 12.1.17
    Erin said:

    Kelley.. wow. Just wow! Your home is absolutely stunning. I love every single Christmas touch! It’s so elegant and inviting all at the same time. I just wish I lived closer and could come over and see it in person and give you a huge hug! xo

  25. 12.1.17
    Tammie said:

    Kelley, I am an inspiring blogger and you have just given me so much inspiration. I just love Christmas and I look forward to your home tours each year. I have no words to even express how beautiful your home is.

  26. 12.1.17
    Joanne Sowa said:

    WOW! Everything is amazing!!! I never knew how to use ribbon on a tree before and this year I will try it on my Baldwin Brass White House Ornament tree I have in the foyer. It’s all red, white, blue, and gold. We’ve been collecting the ornaments for about 25 years! I’ll be out looking for ribbon today for sure. You’ve given me a boost to start decorating (we hosted for Thanksgiving and, of course, all got sick after that). So I haven’t even begun! Next year I’m going to use your “notes on the calendar” system to get things going on time!

  27. 12.1.17
    Sharon said:

    As always, your Christmas decor is so inspiring! I absolutely love the way you think outside of the box (ornament box, that is!) and use those simple ways to bring Christmas into any room. Although I’ve pulled my Christmas items from storage and most of them placed, I’m going through my house with a fresh eye to see what can be changed up just a bit. Merry Christmas!

  28. 12.1.17
    Colleen said:

    Beautiful! Love your home and your style, Merry Christmas!

  29. 12.2.17

    Kelley your house is absolutely beautiful!!! I really love the dark green you added to the master bedroom, it felt like a frosty winter morning, I could almost smell the pine. The meadow tree is lovely with just the right amount of whimsey, while the grogeous great room tree is so regal and stately. You are correct it is the perfect setting for a Hallmark movie.

  30. 12.2.17
    Kay said:

    It was so nice to see your home so beautifully put together for Christmas! I love decorating for Christmas and your style is so much like mine . It is a lot of hard work!
    Happy Holidays enjoy!

  31. 12.2.17
    Kate said:

    Is the garland on your mantle covering the soundbar? If so I’m totally doing that to mine!

    • 12.6.17

      It is, Kate! We had to find where the remote control signal goes though and every time we want to adjust the volume, we have to walk up to it and stick the remote in haha

  32. 12.2.17
    Kimberly said:

    I don’t even know where to start! Your home screams tidings of Comfort and Joy! So much inspiration for my home, thank you for sharing-your bedroom is out of the park! Merry Christmas to you and Dave (of course mama Nan too!) lots of love-Kimberly

  33. 12.2.17
    Gina Everett said:

    Wow, Is the first word that comes to mind when looking at the amazing pictures of your home Kelly. Yes I’m sure you are ready to sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labor and Ms Penny looks comfy and ready for some holiday cheer as well.

    Looking forward to your visit.
    Love Gina

    • 12.6.17

      Gina, thank you, sister!! I can’t wait to see you!! xoxo

  34. 12.2.17
    Gretchen Thomas said:

    Beautiful! Every single detail is so thoughtful and just right! Hope you will now take the time to glory in the magic of this special season. I loved your tour so much.

  35. 12.3.17
    Bree said:

    Kelley, it’s more gorgeous than ever this year!!! I love your champagne and wine theme…couldn’t be more perfect! You always amaze me with your full home tour…so fabulous!!! Merry Christmas sweet friend! xoxo

  36. 12.5.17
    Jenn said:

    Really lovely, Kelley! Inspiring me to up my game next year 🙂

  37. 12.7.17

    Just when I thought you couldn’t outdo last year’s beautiful Christmas Wonderland….this year’s is so elegant and inviting. I just love every room!

  38. 12.8.17
    Therese said:

    Your home is to die for! I just found you on Instagram, and I instantly fell in love with you, your family and your home.

    You HAVE to come to Norway and help me decorate our house when we buy one xD

    Merry christmas 😀

  39. 12.23.17
    Joss said:

    I look so forward to your Christmas tour!!! Thank you for sharing all of your lovely ideas. Again, you have given me so many great ideas! I hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

  40. 12.30.17

    So beautiful! I enjoyed everything, especially the flocked tree in your bedroom!! I look forward to seeing more. Happy New Year!

    • 1.1.18

      Holliday (what a gorgeous name!), thank you so much. Wishing you all the best in 2018!

  41. 1.1.18
    Kelly said:

    Gorgeous holiday home tour, Kelley Nan! Looks straight out of a magazine! You have such elegant and beautiful taste. Really inspirational! Thank you for sharing!

  42. 11.7.18
    Penny Lou Garufi said:

    what brand Christmas tree is in your living room?

  43. 12.1.19
    Nicole said:

    I am late to this tread but just stumbled across your blog and I LOVE it! You are so talented. I absolutely love what you did with every Christmas tree. 🙂

    Can you share where you get your ornaments from? I love the ornaments on the tree in your family room!