Merry Christmas from all of us here at White Cottage Farm! Each Year, I like to share a round-up of images of our home during the Christmas season. Because of all the chaos the seasons brings, this usually happens at the end of the Christmas Season., Nevertheless, I still like sharing it for inspiration for the upcoming year and as a mini house tour. As our home is always changing and it’s oftentimes hard to get an idea of the layout of our home, I feel like any walk-throughs of our home are helpful. Think of this Festive Holiday House Walk as the grand finale for our Christmas Inspiration that we share with all of you!
I change up this space in our entryway a lot because it’s a fun space to create in due to its size and shape. At the beginning of the season, I styled this ski lodge entryway with several antique pieces. However, I quickly realized that it wasn’t super functional. So I changed it up again to have better storage and seating.
& here is a look at our other entryway. You can see more details & sources on this area from our post, THE FUNCTIONAL ENTRYWAY: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING
It’s weird to think back to earlier this year when this living room space was empty and furniture-less. We spent the majority of the year waiting for sofas for this space and didn’t really get a chance to showcase it a lot this past year. Now that the space is furnished to our liking (for now) It has been fun to style it with my cozy touches for the holiday.
View more of this cozy little corner on from our blog post, ALL WHITE CHRISTMAS CORNER
See More of our Winter Greens on WINTER GREENS FOLIAGE MANTEL
Our Library Room is going to change a lot in the next year. While this room is probably the room that we’ve rearranged the most in the past year, it’s also been so much fun to see how many different variations of cozy that I can create in this space. I love this space to serve our family through functional purposes, but I also love it to create vignettes of inspiration for you here on the blog. Here are some of the looks that I’ve created in the library room for Christmas this year.
This space has taken on a few little changes, but check out latest blog post A VERY VINTAGE CHRISTMAS: HOW TO STYLE SHELVES FOR CHRISTMAS to see how it looked this Christmas Season!
Our Kitchen didn’t get too Christmas-y this year, but with some simple greens and a whole lot of texture it is feeling cozy in here & the best part? I don’t need to change much for our winter kitchen now! Here is a glimpse all around our kitchen from the island to the breakfast nook & beyond!
Our mudroom is about to see the most changes in 2022 & we are super excited about that. For Christmas we kept it super simple & super cottage garden cozy with simple touches..
Back Living Room
Our back living room has changed arrangements a couple of times this Christmas Season to help better seat guests and entertain. You can see more of this room & sources from our two blog posts, MY TOP SECRET FOR COZYING UP YOUR SOFAS & COZY COLORFUL CHRISTMAS LIVING ROOM
For our bedroom, I took the approach of keeping things crisp, minimal, and clean this holiday season. By adding greens and fresh bedding. Be sure to check out HOW TO DECORATE YOUR BEDROOM FOR WINTER to learn more!
Each Year We really enjoy decorating Cope’s room for Christmas. It has become a little tradition in our home and something I look forward to doing every year and for years to come. To see this year’s full Christmas room tour and sources, click here [HERE].
Other Christmas vignettes we did this year on the farm:
Want to see what our home has looked like in the past for Christmas’? It’s so fun to go through these images and see how our home has changed through the years. For past year’s Holiday House Walks, click here.
Well, that’s it for Christmas at White Cottage Farm! I hope you enjoyed this year’s Christmas Gift Guides, decor, and inspiration and I hope that this Festive Holiday House Walk helps inspire you in some way! Don’t forget to follow me on Facebook or Instagram for what I’m up to every day here on the farm. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!
xx Liz Marie