Welcome to a warm and merry Christmas night lights home tour with my blogging friends and I. With less than one week left until Christmas night, I imagine everyone’s houses are decorated and ready to welcome in friends and family to celebrate.
We will be hosting Christmas Eve at our house with over twenty friends and family. My dining room table only seats twelve so we plan on moving all the furniture out of our living room and bringing our twelve foot long outdoor table inside here.
If you are looking for ideas for your holiday dining room, you can read my dining room tablescape post here.
I have also published a separate post with stairs and mantel inspiration if you are still looking for ideas (or maybe already thinking ahead for next year?!).
As mentioned above, I am joining my friends for today’s Christmas at night home tours and if you are coming here from Kelly at The Tattered Pew – hello!
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Warm and Merry Christmas Night Lights
The Front Porch
While my front porch is actually to the side of my home and the only time I get to see it is when I am bringing packages in or welcoming friends in, I love how it looks at night during Christmas ;).
Is there anything better than outdoor Christmas lights on the home?!
The Living Room
The living room is the first space you walk into at my house.
The tree in this room is filled with ornaments from all the memories we have made as a family. I have never felt confident enough to do an elaborate themed tree. But luckily I am a fairly sentimental person and a majority of my Christmas decor reflects that, including our trees ;).
The stair landing is another fun place I enjoy decorating and when the stairs and tree are lit up – the whole scene looks magical ;).
The Family Room
My husband and I love to spend time together chilling on the couch binge with the fire roaring while we binge watch our latest show. Which by the way is currently Yellowstone of course ;).
This year, I decided to put all of my Christmas lights on my Google Home so that I can turn them off right from my bed! Why didn’t I think of this years ago???
So now I am able to enjoy my bedroom Christmas tree as I read in bed and when I am ready to go to sleep, I just push the off button on my Google Home app ;).
As we enter into the last weeks of the holiday season, I hope your own warm and merry Christmas night lights bring you joy and peace.
There will be plenty of reasons to gather with loved ones and make memories. My Christmas wish for you all is that the memories you make these next couple of weeks are all happy ones ;).
Don’t forget to visit my wonderfully talented friend Jen from Midwest Life and Style and her candlelight home as well as the rest of the candle and twinkle lit up homes of the bloggers listed below ;).
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Oh Christmas isn’t just a day,
It’s a frame of mind.
~ Miracle on 34th Street
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More Christmas Candlelight Home Tours
A home that’s decorated for Christmas always feels so special. When the sun has gone down and the lights are all twinkling it becomes so magical. Sit back and enjoy touring these beautiful homes by the glow of candlelight. You can visit each Christmas home tour by clicking the links below.
Simply2Moms: Anne // Cottage On Bunker Hill // Bricks’n Blooms
The Ponds Farmhouse // Southern Crush at Home
Simply2Moms: AnnMarie // The Tattered Pew // Pasha is Home
Midwest Life and Style // Vintage Home Designs // Life on Summerhill