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Thursday, December 18, 2014

2014 Christmas Home Tour {Part 2}


It's amazing what a little sunshine can do.  There was finally some sunshine here in Indiana after about a week of gray skies and rain.  So I ran for my camera and starting snapping more Christmas photos.

My dining room isn't huge.  Really it is just a extension of my living room because it is all one big space.  We eat all of our meals here, it is occasionally my work space, my craft space, and now my wrapping station during the holidays.  So it does get used a lot!  My favorite part of my dining room is definitely the buffet table I refurbished a few years back.  It is also one of my favorite areas to decorate for the holidays because it is such a focal point of the space!


I love how the neutral Christmas decor pops off the bright, cheery yellow antique buffet table!












A great tip is to use your everyday items in new ways with your Christmas decor.  Here, I used my West Elm white honeycomb vase with my Christmas decor and just filled it with some artificial greenery and some fresh magnolia leaves.





My chalkboard (made from an old window) gets moved around the house.  I love it leaned against the wall here, with a simple wreath hanging on it with just some simple ribbon.  It is the same ribbon I used to decorate my Christmas tree, so that all the decor is coordinating.



That's my dining room!  There is more to show in my home soon.  You know every room needs a little touch of Christmas throughout......

See {Part 1} of my 2014 Christmas Home Tour here!








4 comments:

  1. LOVE that yellow buffet!!! And I love your Christmas decor!

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  2. Hi Jessica! Do you remember what color this buffet is? Thinking of painting one that color too. Thanks!

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    1. Hello! Thanks for stopping by and for inquiring about the buffet table. The paint color is from Do it Best paints. Color is October Maple #K122. Any paint store should be able to match that paint color.

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