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Monday, December 14, 2020

Simple and Neutral Christmas Home Tour

A super simple and neutral vintage Scandi inspired Christmas home tour! 

Hello, welcome to my simple Christmas home tour!  

I normally go all out with holiday decorating, but definitely toned it down this year and I'm not mad about that in the least bit.  The house is festive, yet neutral enough to transition to winter and simple enough to not feel cluttered.  

I only brought out my favorite Christmas decor then splurged on a few new pieces that I can use year after year.  I hope you enjoy the simplicity as much as I do! 

Christmas decorated front porch
The front porch got a little holiday update with a few new additions.  The dead mums were replaced with faux evergreens and I added the vintage-inspired hanging bells that I updated last week to my favorite seasonless eucalyptus wreath.

Winter wreath with hanging bells
I already shared the mudroom decorated for Christmas but wanted to include a few shots in case you missed the tour the other week. 

Vintage Scandi Christmas mudroom

Vintage scandi Christmas mudroom decor

Ice skates and vintage sleigh bells

**** TIP **** Use fresh greens from your local tree farm or backyard for a simple and free way to spruce up your home for the holidays.
Bottle brush trees and vintage deer
The kitchen is the only place where I added a bit of color and brought out my favorite vintage Santa cookie jar, mugs and thermoses.  Red is not a color I typically decorate with, but I make an exception for my favorite vintage Christmas finds.  
Simple neutral Christmas kitchen

Neutral vintage modern Christmas kitchen

Vintage modern Christmas kitchen

Vintage crate and santa blow mold cookie jar

Vintage crate and vintage santa cookie jar

Vintage santa mugs
*** TIP *** Use vintage crates to help ground decor and create Christmas vingettes. 

Vintage thermoses

Vintage santa mugs and thermoses

Christmas ornaments, vintage brass deer and faux winter greenery finished off the space for the perfect vintage Scandi Christmas vibe.  
Neutral vintage modern christmas kitchen

Winter greenery and brass deer

Christmas sink decor

Christmas counter decor

Vintage brass deer

The bench (HomeGoods) in the kitchen got a touch of winter with a new faux swag from Perspective Design Co. and a few neutral accents.  The pillow was bought wholesale and the suitcase was an auction find.  I also added a few fresh pieces of greenery that I snagged from the ground of our local tree farm. 
Vintage Scandi Christmas decor

Faux Christmas swag
If you follow me on Instagram then you know I recently painted our dining room, Iron Ore.  It was a spur of the moment decision that I couldn't be happier with.  I didn't do much holiday decorating in the dining room, but I did want to share the new high contrast makeover. 
Neutral Christmas dining room

Neutral vintage Christmas
I normally like to create a Christmas gallery wall in the entry, but opted to keep things simple this year and ordered a new vintage inspired Christmas sign from Walls of Wisdom
Vintage Scandi Christmas decor
The rest of the entry table got decorated with a few bottle brush trees, more vintage brass deer and winter greens. 
Christmas Tree farm sign

Christmas entry table

Vintage neutral Scandi Christmas entry

Vintage Scandi Neutral Christmas decor
I even added a touch of Christmas to the hall bathroom with the "Oh, Holy Night" sign that I updated in my Instagram stories, winter greens and vintage silver ornaments. 
Neutral Scandi Christmas bathroom decor

Vintage inspired  Oh, Holy Night sign
The basement was spared from Christmas decor except for the mantel, which I decorated with stockings, faux greenery, silver deer and a simple vintage window.   

The Christmas sign was another new addition ( Hobby Lobby) and fits perfectly above my new Eames inspired lounge chair (auction find).   
Neutral vintage scandi Christmas Decor

I kept the Christmas decor simple and neutral this year, but it's definetely my favorite and the most "me" compared to all other years.  I seriously could keep it decorated like this all year long! 

How do you decorate for the holidays?  Do you keep it simple or go all out with your decor? 

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Vintage Scandi Christmas Home Tour


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  1. Simply Beautiful. I love the Oh, Holy Night wall d├ęcor.

  2. Oh wow, so pretty. I love how every room has a touch of Christmas and nothing is over the top. It is my favorite way to decorate. Love that wreath with the bells too.

  3. Beautiful!! I love the simple touches but still looks holiday decorated! Could leave up all winter!