Hey, y’all! I’m here with my Christmas House Tour, so get ready to be overloaded with photos! I’ll try to keep my talking minimal and just let you enjoy the pictures. Once again, I’m linking up at Jennifer Rizzo’s Holiday Housewalk! I always enjoy looking at different bloggers’ homes and then linking up to her party.
If you’re new here, we live in a 1928 Tudor cottage that we’ve *almost* completely renovated since 2011. Christmas is my favorite time of year, so I do what I can to make the house festive and fun for my 5 year old twins…and for me too (I don’t think Hubby cares one way or the other). 🙂
I’ll start with the living room. It’s the first room you walk into when you come through the front door. We usually have a live tree, but this year we went with a fake slim flocked tree from King of Christmas. I love how beautiful it is, the lack of messy needles, and the ease of decorating, but I do miss the live tree.
Now, moving to the dining room…
I’m hoping for a lot more cards to fill up this wall! Every year, I do something different to display all the beautiful cards we receive. It’s one of my favorite things of the season!
Next on the tour is our kitchen…I was losing light when I photographed the kitchen, so forgive the grainy photos! This is the space that I usually keep light and fun, displaying some of my nutcracker collection. Of course, the kids love this one…and they have their endless jar of candy here, as well!
Santa is guarding some sweet Christmas cookies the kids made with their Nee-Nee this week.
That “Fa La La” sign is a custom order waiting to be framed, but I think I might just keep it. 😉
Edited to show you the finished sign! I love how it turned out!
And last, I’ll show you a few shots from our master bedroom. I just did some simple touches of Christmas here.
I hope you enjoyed Christmas at Victory Cottage! I hope to be back to explain details of some of these photos, and sources where they apply.
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas!