Welcome to my farmhouse Christmas living room tour! I’m so excited to share my cozy and inviting decor ideas with you.
I’ve chosen neutral, budget-friendly Christmas decorating ideas for the living room. Farmhouse style is all about natural and rustic charm.
This Christmas, I wanted to keep my color palette simple. I use a lot of white, cream, and brown, with pops of red and green for a festive touch. I also like to use natural materials, such as forage and repurposed decorations for a woodland feel.
I hope you enjoy the tour.
Welcome to the Industrial Farmhouse Living Room
When entering the farmhouse, you are greeted by a full view of the whole industrial farmhouse.
The gallery wall on the staircase is filled with vintage windows, a dried Christmas wreath, and a custom Farm Fresh Christmas Trees sign from The Olive Branch Farmhouse.
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You have a direct view of the farmhouse kitchen as you move away from the staircase. The industrial-style kitchen is an extension of the living room, and I shared the entire tour, which is still available here.
The repurposed industrial coffee table is made from old barn wood, and commercial metals painted John Deere green. The DIY island was painted last year to pull the green tones into the kitchen.
Farmhouse Living Room Coffee Table Centerpiece
One of my favorite vintage finds is this large wooden bowl from The French Farmers Wife. This year it is filled with two reindeer, bottle brush trees, and vintage shiny brite ornaments.
French doors open to the entry to the farmhouse living room. The space is filled with light from the vaulted ceiling and triple windows above the doors.
The neutral rug by Boutique Rugs works well with any interior design style.
Vintage metal ceiling tiles decorate the area above the french doors and are lit by an old enamelware light.
The open floor plan also includes an office space beside the front doors. The desk is filled with vintage finds, including an old typewriter, rotary phone, and vintage wooden file cabinet.
It is decorated for Christmas with a small Christmas Tree and vintage-inspired snowmen.
The desk chair was recently recovered with this easy how-to-recover seat cushion tutorial.
Farmhouse Living Room Entry Area
The other side of the front doors includes an entry table and Christmas Tree. This area is filled with DIY projects and vintage Christmas Decor.
The budget-friendly woodland-inspired Christmas tree is surrounded by several mini-Christmas trees flocked with this technique to match the main tree.
The European olive barrel is a favorite antique find, and because of so many questions, my husband and I made a wooden one that you can see here.
Next to the tree is the entry table, filled both top and bottom with DIY and vintage Christmas decor. The wooden shiplap trees were a DIY project from several years ago.
In addition, the wooden spool tassels on the barn door were a repurposed yard sale find which I shared earlier this year.
Above the table is a repurposed thrift store shelf with brass reindeer found while thrifting with the gals. I couldn’t believe I found one set with candleholders and one without.
In addition, the top of the table holds an old wooden sifter filled with grapevine and pinecone trees, vintage shiny brites, and a paper mache snowman.
Finally, beside them is a trio of metal reindeer resting on vintage ornament boxes.
The Stockings Were Hung
Due to the open floor plan and lack of space, we don’t have a fireplace mantel to hang the stockings. Therefore, the industrial staircase is where we hang the Christmas stockings.
Each step holds a ceramic white and black village house or church. The banister is minimal this year, with simple brass bells and snowflakes.
The sofa side table was my #1 Industrial Farmhouse Transformations.
The side table is decorated with one of my recent French Farmer’s Wife purchases. This cute Santa riding a sheep is combined with a vintage book and bottle brush tree inside a mini crock.
I hope you enjoyed the tour and will check back for the Industrial Loft tour next week.
In addition, I’ll be sharing a Christmas Porch Inspiration Tour next week.
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