It’s one of my favorite days of the year – our 2022 Christmas home tour is here! Granted, I’m sharing our tour about three weeks later than I intended to. However, I still wanted to share it so that it was in the archives in future years. I’m hoping you’ll still find an idea or two you love that you can use yet this year, or in future years. After our big downsize this year, I wanted to keep the decor simple and uncluttered. Let’s jump to the tour!
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Our 2022 Christmas Home Tour
We’ve now lived in Florida for just over two months. The last I showed of our spaces was in this home tour one month after our arrival. Our entryway is the first spot in our home I decorated for the Christmas season. It’s a small alcove right off our living room, but it still has lots of personality!
CHRISTMAS ENTRYWAY SOURCES: Console Table | Coral Mirror (look for less here) | Scalloped Rattan Lamp | Striped Ottoman Cube | Wreath | Blue Ribbon | Green Ribbon | Decorative Nutcracker | Mini Tree | Louis Vuitton Coffee Table Book | Architectural Digest Coffee Table Book
From the entryway, you enter our living room, kitchen and dining spaces that all flow together. You’ll likely notice pretty quickly that I’m still using the throw pillows from our summer home tour. I didn’t really want to buy new pillows this year and thought these would be a fun way to incorporate the colors I used on our tree.
Here you can see just how close our entryway is to the living room. Our sofas are definitely a bit large for the space, but we plan to use them in the new build so we’re making them work here! I used blue and green velvet ribbons on the wreath and staircase garland to tie into the throw pillows on the sofa. I’m really loving these saturated blue and green hues this year!
Is there anything better than a house lit only by Christmas lights at night?! I love it so much!
CHRISTMAS LIVING ROOM SOURCES: Sofas | Leather Chairs | Rug | Coffee Table | Rattan Cabinet | Linen Pillows | Patterned Pillows (I sewed my own with this fabric) | Large White Footed Bowl | Similar Moss Balls | Staircase Garland & Garland on Cabinet
Moving to the left of the living room is our kitchen. It has a relatively small footprint, so I kept it extra simple, not wanting to clutter up the countertops with decor. The blue velvet ribbon on the pendant lights instantly made them look like ornaments and I love it!
The vase is filled with old faux evergreen stems I’ve had for several years. I believe they were from Target!
The view below is taken from the kitchen, in between the island and refrigerator you can see above. I love that you can see the Christmas tree right when we walk in from the garage!
The dining room holds the Christmas tree, so I didn’t change much else in the space.
Here’s the view from the dining room table. You can see the details on the tree a bit better here! I used varying shades of green and light blue, and tied simple light blue velvet bows for the tree!
One of my favorite decorating ideas is to use leftover ornaments in various vessels around the home. I’ve filled dough bowls, footed bowls, vases, and more to create a very simple yet festive centerpiece for various rooms in our home!
On the other side of the dining room is our long console table with some more garland and our nativity scene! I love this set so much, and it has been fun to collect a new piece over the years. I think I’m down to only two or so pieces left!
CHRISTMAS DINING ROOM SOURCES: Dining Table | Rattan Dining Chairs | Beaded Chandelier | Striped Jute Rug | Gallery Wall Frames | Vase | Footed Bowl (small) | Ornaments | Christmas Tree | Woven Tree Collar | Blue Velvet Ribbon | Light Blue Ornaments | Moss Ornaments | Chartreuse Ornaments | Dark Green Ornaments | Green Sparkle Ornaments | Gold Starburst Ornaments | Nativity Figurines | Nativity Metal Stars | Abstract Art
Next to the console table is the door to our bedroom. If you haven’t noticed already, the Christmas decorating theme this year was “simplicity”. And that definitely applies to our bedroom as well!
I added a few velvet pillows I had on hand to the bed, hung a wreath, and added some mini pre-lit trees to the nightstands.
Across from the bed, the only update was adding the blue velvet bows to the topiaries on our dresser!
CHRISTMAS BEDROOM SOURCES: White Upholstered Bed | Nightstands | Mini Pre-Lit Trees (medium size) |Wreath | Blue Velvet Ribbon | Quilt & Euro Shams | Velvet Pillows | Lamps | Chandelier | Striped Rug | Bench | Dresser | Art | Hamper Baskets | Faux Olive Tree (7′ size) | Topiaries | Blue & White Topiary Vases
And, that wraps up our tour since I didn’t do any decorating upstairs. I hope you enjoyed our simple blue and green Christmas home tour! I also hope you all have a wonderful Christmas season ahead!
Additional Christmas Decorating Inspiration
Looking for even more Christmas gifting or decorating inspiration? Be sure to check out the following posts! Simply click any of the post names below to read the full article!
- 2021 Christmas Home Tour
- Our 2020 Christmas Home Tour
- Our 2019 Christmas Home Tour
- 2021 Christmas Design Boards & Decorating Ideas
- 2020 Christmas Design Boards
- 2019 Christmas Design Boards
- Christmas Decor Favorites & New Finds
- Holiday Gift Ideas
- Neutral Nutcrackers
- Christmas Tree Collar Ideas & Picks
- The Best Fake Christmas Trees
- Amazon Christmas Decor
- Christmas Tree Star Toppers
- Favorite Christmas Decor From Years Past
- DIY Marble Paint Ornaments & Our Office Christmas Tree
- Red Plaid Christmas Tablescape
- Woodland Christmas Tablescape
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