Neutral Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour 2021

Welcome Friends to my 2021 Neutral Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour!

I've include links to different Christmas posts as we go, in case you missed them. I've also included links to items I made or acquired this year. 

So, kick off your shoes, grab a cuppa, find a comfy chair, relax, and enjoy all the pretty pictures from my home tour. 😊 ☕

Let's kick off in the living room with the Christmas tree. 

This year I went for a handmade ornament theme, incorporating some vintage items such as vintage cotton reels and DIY rusty cookie cutters.

A last minute addition has been these dried orange slices. 

Full details on my tree can be found here.

See the chippy door behind my tree? I purchased this especially for that purpose. 

You can learn more about the door and how I restyled it and tested for lead in this post.

This year saw me rescue this beautiful White Mantel, perfect for Christmas decorating!

My full mantel rescue post can be viewed here

This year I wanted to create a lot of little village scenes in my decor and the mantel was the perfect place to start. 

A quick and pretty DIY was this Crochet Garland of cream stars and trees on a white chain.

I go into further detail about my snowy mantel in this post

One space I love to decorate at any time of the year is our glass display cabinet.  It's not new this year, but the round side table next to it is. In fact, I made over a few side tables at the same time. The full post can be found here.

But back to our display cabinet. It's bursting with Christmas spirit.

It contains lots of little villages incorporating vintage graters, weights and funnels as buildings. Doilies as snow, rusty old cookie cutter people, old books as risers, a brass cookie cutter sleigh and lots of tiny houses and bottle brush trees with vintage cotton reel and old door knob bases.  

I've done an in depth post of our cabinet here.

Keeping it simple, I've decorated my two round coffee tables with vintage metal bowls filled with pine sprigs and assorted pine cones.

These gorgeous Christmas pillows are new this year from Spotlight. They are so soft. I love them. 

And the other corner of my living room is just as jolly. (It also has another newly makeover round side table!)

I made these Deer cushions a week ago. I love the play on words. 

My shelves are also a favourite place to decorate.

This year I incorporated some vintage pie tins, scone cutters, funnels and graters to build my Christmasy scene. I also used papermache reindeers and small glass vintage bottles, together with small pine trees and candles. 

You can see a more detailed post of the shelves here.

I forgot to share that I painted our French doors white recently! I've decorated them with large Christmas stockings.

I purchased these gorgeous large stockings on sale at the end of last year from Bed Bath and Table. I've filled them with pine branches and attached a large white wooden star and cascading silver bells.

I recently shared the top of my storage cabinet next to our TV.

It comprises DIY wool wrapped cone trees, vintage doilies, old books, and vintage graters.

You can see more details on this post

Moving on to Christmas in the Dining Room!

I recently painted our table white (again) and faux planked the top (again). 😂  I'll be doing a full post in the coming weeks.

But back to the Christmas decor. Our chandelier has been wrapped in a snowy branch garland. I actually made over our chandelier this year and you can see all the details here.

I purchased the large reindeer canvas print during the year when it was on sale. I knew it would be perfect  on this wall for Christmas.

My DIY white riser holds a log filled with bottlebrush trees, sitting atop stems of cream coloured leaves and berries.

The riser was one of my favourite DIY's this year. Click on this link for all the details.

Another awesome thrifty find this year was this Vintage Printers Tray/Drawer.  If you missed the post, you can see it all here

I've decorated it using small wooden stars, vintage cotton reels, old bells, gold star ornaments and tiny bottlebrush trees. Aren't they the cutest?!

The dining room buffet area did not escape my decorating frenzy.  

The paintings on the wall I purchased from thrift stores recently. I love the farmhouse settings.

Everything on the sideboard is layered on a burlap runner and framed with a garland of white bells and gold bows.

While my Farmhouse Christmas sign is a DIY from years past. 

I've added a wreath of white bells, a garland of small pinecones and a string of fairy lights to the mirror. I love the ambience of mirrors and lights at night.

The mirror on the right is a recent roadside rescue for a couple of months ago that I haven't had time to share and have since painted it white and distressed the edges.

And the wooden advent calendar is a new purchase from Spotlight.

The metal tray holds pine branches, large white baubles and 3 LED candles. 

I've used plant pots for my snowy trees, atop a stack of vintage books.

 Old pie dishes containing more mini pinecones sit on top of my vintage white scales.

My DIY wooden box table centrepiece turned upside down makes for a great riser.

These cute vintage metal scone cutters integrated with an upside-down glass candle holder make a unique tea light holder.

This snow filled glass cloche has an old pie tin base. It houses a bottlebrush tree with a vintage door handle base. And I've added a printed vintage reindeer backdrop.

I've used a few more vintage scone cutters and a glass jar to crate another unique tea light holder.

I've kept my vintage typewriter on top of my recently acquired vintage music cabinet. I've added a mirror behind it with a DIY woollen pom pom garland, and a cluster of Christmas tree.

The vintage crock holds an old white tinsel tree which has been padded out using a white tinsel garland. 

And last but not least, the Entryway!

I recently purchased this cute copper bell garland from Ronis. I had some left over orange slices which I've added in between the bells. 

A simple blanket basket and tree pillow fill in the lower hall table space.

I've placed my snowy trees in my DIY plaster pots, and decorated them with DIY vintage metal ornaments. 

And on the other wall I've hung my DIY Wooden Wall Christmas Tree.  

The large stockings are also post last Christmas purchases from Bed Bath N Table. I've filled them with pine branches to tie in with the door ones and adorned them with simple vintage bells. 

The wooden wall stocking hanger is a new DIY. I simply used a spare plank of wood and some old drawer knobs.

And by the door on my Roadside Rescue Table I placed a simple green tree in a DIY Plaster pot.

The small crochet wreath on my bag hanger is a new DIY that I will be sharing shortly!

And that completes my home tour !

I love to add a bit of Christmas to every room and I have used some Christmas decor in the kitchen, hall and bathrooms, but the ones I'm sharing today are the most decorative areas of our home. 😊 

I hope you enjoyed the tour.  I'd love you to leave a comment!

I still have a few more Christmas crafty posts to share in the coming weeks so I hope you will subscribe using the link on the left so you don't miss any posts. 😁

For now, take care and stay safe!

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