Well hello! If you are coming from Home and Fabulous welcome!! Isn't Lizbeth's home so fabulous! We are so happy you stumbled upon this blog hop full of holiday home tours!! If you don't know us, we are Lacey and Kim, a mother daughter decorating team :) In this blog post we will be sharing both of our holiday home tours and we couldn't be more excited!! We have teamed up with some amazing bloggers and King of Christmas to bring you this post!! (Pssst, there is a giveaway if you keep reading!!)
Let us start with Lacey's home tour!
This Christmas I decided to go for a more glam look since last year my decor was very traditional. To view last years Christmas Tour click HERE.
After pinteresting for what felt like hours, I felt inspired to have a vintage glam twist! I had to go shopping! When I went to Homegoods for the first time of the season I was overwhelmed and flooded with ideas. How could you not be with mountains of holiday decor staring at you!
I knew I wanted to use neutral colors and metallics to bring in the glam. The first item I found was this metallic garland! Soon as I saw it that is what I wanted to base the rest of my decor on! It had the metallics and the vintage feel I was looking for! Everything stemmed from that garland! I wanted mixed metallics and a touch of brown faux fur as well to really up the glam factor!
I bought the leopard print pillow and "Joy" pillow at Homegoods but I borrowed the faux fur blanket from my mom as she wasn't in need of it for the season. Woop! Thanks mom! :)
I bought these trees at Homegoods, they were the perfect colors! The vase is from Target but I filled it with branches from my bushes outside, then just hung a few ornaments on them to make them look Christmasy! This was the easiest DIY ever!
My fabulous tree is from King of Christmas!! Isn't it gorgeous?! It looks so real; the green pines and LED lights are excellent quality! My tree is filled with gold, silver, crystal ornaments that I got for so cheap at Target, homegoods, and the dollar store. The dollar store has amazing ornaments I tell ya! The gold berries, white flowers, and other metallic plant like things sticking out of the tree are also from the dollar store! They gave my tree a very full look and gave it that extra umph!
You guessed it! This whole arrangement is practically from the dollar store! Besides the pines, and hydrangeas the rest is stuffed from metallics plants from the dollar tree. I wanted an elegant look so I placed all these plants in this grey urn. The silver candle votives are also from the dollar store and the gold votives are from the dollar section at Target a couple years ago.
It was a fun change to do a more neutral and simple look for Christmas this year! Don't be afraid to try different color schemes and themes if you are bored with your same old Christmas decor! You might surprise yourself :)
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Moving on to Kim's home tour...
Let's start with my family room! I normally put my white tree in the porch but this year I decided to put the tree near the fireplace in the family room. I normally do neutrals in here but per the request of my youngest daughter, we added a bit of red for a slightly more traditional look! To give my tree more height I put in on top of an upside down vintage galvanized bucket I bought at a flea market years ago. I hung this gorgeous flocked wreath from King of Christmas in here and I love it!
For the coffee table I kept my vintage chippy candlesticks but placed them on an old silver tray i recently found at a local antique store to give them a little fancier look. I found some silver jingle bells at Homegoods and put in my dough bowl to add a festive touch.
We decorated the white tree simply with all of our family ornaments collected over the years. They range from Baby's first Christmas, to school made ornaments from when the kids were younger. Even though they are all grown up the kids still treasure these ornaments and the fond memories they invoke.
For the mantel I mixed a flocked garland with a silver ball garland, some lights and a few red poinsettias. I found the old gold mirror at a garage sale for $10 last summer!
I continued the touch of red by adding a plaid throw pillow on the couch as well as a blanket on an old primitive ladder I bought at a flea market many years ago. The wool plaid blanket was brought over from Scotland by my husbands grandfather when he Immigrated to the US in 1920.
Being the heart of the home, the kitchen got some festive touches as well!
In the sunporch I added some cozy fur pillows, wreath pillows and a mini tree, along with a few other seasonal accessories.
And now for the best room in the house during the holidays...my living room! I have super tall ceilings in here so I put the amazing King of Christmas 10ft flocked tree right by my staircase! This tree is stunning! It is definitely the best tree I've ever had! We usually get a fresh tree but its always tricky to get one that's tall but not too wide. I absolutely am in love with this tree and the size is perfect for this room!
I adorned my new mirrors from Kirklands with these cute white feather wreaths from Michaels. They remind me of angel wings :)
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Lacey & Kim
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