Hey all. I am have been bursting at the seams for the past month! (Truth be told, my Christmas tree was set up and fluffed on Halloween Day.) Seeing as I am not a patient person (obviously), not sharing all the fun decor has been killing me! So without further ado, I present to you for your viewing pleasure my 2016 Holiday Home Tour.
Corey-ism: (In case you didn’t know my name is Corey) : Whenever I take a tour I most generally get annoyed with the tour guide. With that being said, I am going to let you just peruse through, and I will only interject for really pertinent facts. 🙂
Psst… If you want to build a “North Pole”, (also can be used as a stocking post) you can find the tutorial here.
And on the left… ok, ok, so I might had a few fun factoids for you. This entry closet used to be a HORIZONTAL beat up dresser. You can see the transformation here.
If you love the tree, and want some tips on how to create the look you can check out my “Rustic Tree” post Here. This little guy has been a fun new addition to the family room decor. It is a nice easy way to incorporate pops of color and seasonal decor. If you are interested in making your own, I have got you covered. You can find a tutorial for the “Crate Wheelbarrow” here. This “Crated Carboy Jug” is also a favorite of mine when it comes to adding festive decor! If you want to build your own you can find the tutorial here.
Honestly, if you think this is a pretty kitchen you should seriously consider checking out what it looked like BEFORE!
I am still working on pulling together a table-scape for the dining room, but in all honesty I kind of love it just the way it is.
If you are eyeing any of the pieces of furniture in this picture, then you might be shocked at what they looked like before I got my hands on them!
Ok, ok, sorry one last thing, if you love that exposed brick wall, I should tell you something… It is Faux Brick Paneling and I have a full tutorial for you, should you decide your home absolutely NEEDS one too. OR if you are interested in the Modular Wall Units , I have full build plans for this Pottery Barn inspired beauties right here. Well there you have it, a brief tour of my downstairs living area!
P.S. I have plenty of seasonal inspiration and tutorials in the works, so make sure you check back often!