Welcome to my Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Decor Tour. Y’all know I love using vintage pieces to create a warm, authentic farmhouse feel year-round. I hope you enjoy the vintage touches for Christmas.
I’m so excited to be joining the Blogger’s Best Christmas Home Tour hosted by Kelly at The Tattered Pew. You are going to see so much Holiday Inspiration today.
I love mixing vintage, antique, thrifted, trash to treasure, and new items to create a unique style for The Ponds Farmhouse. This years Christmas Decor is no exception.
If you are joining me from Robyn at Robyn’s French Nest, I’m so glad you stopped by. I love how Robyn uses so many vintage finds in her beautiful Christmas Decor.
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Farmhouse Christmas Decor Inspiration
This year I’ve not added many new items; instead, I’m using what I have for a sustainable and eco-friendly decorating theme!
However, I’m using existing things in new and different areas of the house, so they look fresh for this year.
This year’s color choices were inspired by the many hydrangeas blooms I dried this past summer.
They offer a variety of blues, rust, copper and creme tones.
I began by adding the dried hydrangeas to the Christmas Tree. You may have seen How to Decorate a Christmas Tree with Dried Hydrangeas; if not, click the highlighted post name.
Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Decor Tour
Although you can see the entire farmhouse upon entering the front doors, I’m beginning the tour in the living area.
The tree is located in the front corner, at the base of the staircase.
Y’all know that using vintage items while decorating for Christmas is my favorite farmhouse decor style.
The collected vintage shiny brites adorn the tree, and the boxes are perfect for surrounding the tree container.
In addition, a vintage green crate filled with a mini tree and vintage Christmas story books add nostalgic vintage charm.
I get so many questions about this vintage Zinc Hod for grape gathering that I put my Balsam Hill Christmas tree inside.
They are tough to find, but you can see how we made a container that is similar to this one. Another question is the vintage shiny brites are getting harder to find at great deals, so here is how to Age New Ornaments to look vintage.
A combination of DIY projects and repurposed bottle brush trees are located on the shelf beside the tree.
Below the shelf is a vintage sleigh with more thrifted and DIY Christmas decor.
Multiple Trees Through Out the Farmhouse
I have used many Christmas Trees as part of my holiday decor. They come in all shapes and sizes.
My desk holds a mini tree with six vintage clay ornaments inside a wooden hat box. Although there are only six clay ornaments, I can’t mix them with any other ornaments. LOL
You can also see the DIY Felt Trees on the other side of the doors.
Keeping with the vintage, neutral theme, I filled an old encyclopedia box with three flocked mini Christmas trees for a simple coffee table vignette.
In addition, the new Bolivar Rug picks up the theme with touches of rust, blue, and gold in the neutral background.
Industrial Farmhouse Christmas Banister
This year’s garland challenge evolved into a simple DIY Snowflake and Brass Bells garland for the banister and industrial railings.
A combination of thrift stores and knitted stockings are hung on the staircase steps since we don’t have a mantel.
In addition, a small ceramic village from last year’s Target decor adorns each step.
Farmhouse Kitchen and Dining Area Christmas Decor
In the dining area, I filled the vintage dough bowl with dried hydrangeas and vintage shiny brites.
I then surrounded it with a collection of copper pieces and white ironstone.
A small tree and faux greenery spears are used to fill the vintage crocks in the dining area.
The DIY Plate Rack is also filled with copper and ironstone.
Dollar Store Bells from several seasons ago, get a fresh coat of copper paint and now they are a highlight of the DIY plate rack.
Don’t miss my Front Porch Christmas Decoration Ideas for 2021.
The DIY Kitchen Island has a new color for this year and the green is perfect for a festive feel.
Another couple of trees are added to the antique French Cheese Board that was my favorite purchase from the French Farmers Wife Holiday Barn Sale.
The mini tree is wrapped with a dried orange garland and mini Christmas cookie cutter.
The DIY Herb and Dried Fruit Garland was updated this year with fresh herbs and looks brand new in the kitchen window.
I hope you enjoyed this years Farmhouse Christmas Tour and be sure to follow along with all the other tours below.
I hope that you found some ideas or inspiration for your own home on my tour today. I’ll be sharing bedroom and porch views later this month.
Don’t leave yet because we have so much more inspiration for you.
Next up is Jen at Noting Grace. You are going to love her Moody Grey & Copper home tour.
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Bloggers’ Best Holiday Home Tours
This week my friends and I are sharing our homes all dressed up for the holidays. We hope you will have fun visiting each of the tours below!
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I look forward to sharing my next adventure with you.