Merry Christmas to all of you Debbie Doos readers and fans! Isn’t Debbie the BEST??
She has been a wonderful support through my blogging experience. I am honored that she would ask ME to share my Christmas Home Tour with YOU!
To start off with, my name is Meegan, and I blog over at What Meegan Makes. My own style seems to gravitate towards cottage, beach, white, blues, greens, and vintage items. I love to thrift and refresh vintage items. I also love to cook and craft. And I am very happy to be here today!
Today I am going to share a portion of our 950 square foot condo decked out in Christmas!! Can you tell I am a little excited??
Welcome inside our home. As look you around you will see Christmas.
Vignettes and nativities throughout the house. Just the way I like it.
In the kitchen, our open shelves are a focal point. Christmas time is no exception. I chose to make it a natural and white theme this year. My mom’s husband made the wooden candle holders for me. The nativity set is one of my VERY first nativities. I enjoy setting it out each year. I added simple word ornaments to my crystallized wreath.
Grandpa’s croquet box is always in use around here, as it is filled it with colors of each season. I collect blue bottles from thrift stores and use them any way I can. I added book pages (another love of mine) pine cones and a crystallized branch to fill the croquet box.
Filling various vessels and jars with Epsom salts and natural elements brings a soft and natural feel into our home.
These precious snow angels were my Grandma’s in the 40s. Don’t they look like they are ice skating on the vintage mirror scattered with imitation snow??
My bell cloche’ looks like Christmas with pine cones, blue bulbs, greenery, and intimation snow.
These lovely blue book shelves are in our living room. Each shelf is filled with a Christmas novelty or nativity.
I made the banner with jute and my cardboard chalkboards.
This has got to be one of my favorite places in our home right now. I flocked the Christmas tree in a terracotta pot and sat it right next to my blue birdhouse. LOVE it!!
My Grandma’s sequin ornaments are placed in an apothecary jar.
A nativity looks under a cloche’ adds so much class, don’t you think?
I stacked our office shelf with my glittered birdhouses and empty frames. Simple and effective.
Even our guest bathroom has a little Christmas for our visitors.
I like to have have angels in our home as a reminder of those in our family that have passed on.
As you can see, I like simple Christmas decor, I like to use what I already have, and I LOVE Christmas decorating.
Thanks for letting me share my Christmas Home with you, Debbie. Thanks to all of you for stopping by today. I am thrilled to have been with you.
I would love to have each of you visit me at What Meegan Makes anytime!!
Make it a Merry Christmas!
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