Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

Farmhouse Christmas Hone Tour -Christmas Mantel the Honeycomb Home

Okay,  so I don’t really live in a farmhouse.

I just love farmhouse style. Today I’m sharing my Christmas home tour with you along with some of my friends because blogging is more fun when shared with friends. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen a sneak peek already. So let’s get right to it.

Christmas in the Living Room

My daughter and I totally bribed the cat with treats to pose in this first picture, she just looks so perfect there!

Simple Christmas decorating ideas, Christmas home tour


I bought the adorable deer pillows* last year, they are so perfect against the gray sofa. And that mini tree in the galvanized pot came from Home Goods. I wish I had bought more of those, it’s so adorable.



I’ve been working a little bit on my living room  since last Christmas, but it’s still in a transition phase – I have many plans for this room, though none of them are small projects which is why it’s taking so long. I picked up this piece of furniture shown below at an antique store for only $50 a few months back. I really love it, and had planned to give it an update, use it as a media stand and move my TV over to this wall. However, that plan has changed already due to a 100 year old vintage mantel I found last month at a flea market, which is now going to be in this spot. After the New Year, I will get back to working on this room.



I’ve changed the Christmas vignette on that sideboard a few times already, the rustic star is new this year and is getting a workout with me moving it all around.

Rustic Christmas star



Christmas in the Kitchen

I have an open pass thru between my living room and kitchen. The shiplap wall my husband installed for me for my birthday helps this view, as does the wooden pediment I found at a flea market.



I used several mini boxwood wreaths in my kitchen this year. These are so versatile, they look great anywhere.



Including on my kitchen table as a centerpiece.

christmas-table-setting mini boxwoods with candles centerpiece


I used some leftover bells from my Christmas garland as napkin holders.




I found this tin of pretzels at a summer festival, and I will admit I bought it just for the tin. It looks so cute with my poinsettia in it. (Note to my daughter in college who is studying animal science: YES the poinsettia is fake, I KNOW they are poisonous to the pets!)

White pointsettias in a rustic planter Christmas decorating ideas


Christmas in the Family Room





My daughter gave me the small rustic ladder as a gift last summer (great gift, love it!) but it looked a little sad on its own so I purchased the larger ladder to go with it.

Rustic Blanket Ladders Christmas decorating ideas The Honeycomb Home


I wanted to keep the mantel simple this year with some gold candles and fresh greens.

Christmas Mantel the Honeycomb Home


I made a little Christmas banner from some large burlap Christmas ribbon to hang under my framed burlap. In my usual fashion, I replaced it not long after with my DIY Christmas bell garland.



My stockings were a DIY and they are a no-sew alternative for those of you who do not sew, but they definitely weren’t easy!



Christmas in the Bedroom

Honestly, I do not usually decorate the bedrooms for Christmas but I was inspired to add a little decor into my daughter’s room this year.

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour


The mirrored closet doors in this room were such an easy DIY project, with huge impact.



I have a few more DIY projects planned for this room after the holidays that I am excited to get to!



You have probably noticed that there is not a Christmas tree in any of these photos. That is because we get a real one every year. We plan on getting it this weekend. Thanks for visiting my home tour! Be sure to stop by and see my friends home’s all decked out for Christmas (links below)!



Seeking Lavender Lane

Making it in the Mountains

The Tale of An Ugly House

My Creative Days

Hunt and Host

She Holds Dearly




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  1. I love all the touches of fresh greenery around your house. The little mini boxwood wreaths are too pretty! Everything looks great Roxanne 🙂

  2. THis is my first time here! I love your style and you home is gorgeous! So fun touring with you today! Have a very Merry Christmas!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Lindsay, Merry Christmas!

  3. Everything looks so festive, but not over done. Love it. Also picture of the cat is so cute.

  4. I love what you’ve done to your home. Your daughters room is super cute.

    1. Thank you Elisabeth!

  5. Beautiful Roxanne! I love that dining nook so much! And those little white bells are adorable. So happy to share in this tour with you : )

    1. Thanks for organizing it Deb, your home looks truly beautiful!

  6. Love your little kitty, I have a camera hog too. All your Christmas touches are just wonderful. I hope you have a Merry Christmas!

    1. Thanks Kim, Merry Christmas!

  7. Roxanne, it was so fun meeting you on this tour, I love so many details in your home. Your cloth napkins with crocheted trim are lovely and I am so inspired to frame some burlap bags now.

  8. I love when pets make an appearance! The greenery looks lovey and fresh against all the white. Gorgeous shots!

    1. Thanks Sarah, I leave those out all year long!

  9. Everything is so lovely! I have a special place for all reindeer decorations so I adore your pillows. One question. I see you have those stocking hangers and I love them but I always chicken out of buying them for fear they will fall off the mantle. Do they stay put pretty well? What about when the stockings are filled?

    1. Thanks Rachel! The stocking holders are heavy duty, they definitely stay put!

  10. The mini boxwood wreaths are SO cute! Love them with candles in the tablescape!

  11. Love that woodland start and those plates! Such great finds and a beautiful home.

  12. I just love the fact that it’s so festive, while still having that cozy calm feeling. Featuring this on this week’s The Creative Circle link up! 🙂

    1. Thank you Iris Nacole!!

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