Holiday Home Tour 2014: Dining Room

This year I linked up with a handful of other bloggers for the Christmas in the Country Home Tour . I thought it would be fun to do a...

This year I linked up with a handful of other bloggers for the Christmas in the Country Home Tour. I thought it would be fun to do a holiday home tour no matter what the theme was. So, I am happy and blessed to have this opportunity. 

Obviously, my design style is holiday style is...hmm...whatever I am in the mood for during that time. LOL. I do not have a holiday style, but I know that I wanted to do an Art Deco theme Christmas this year. Last year my Christmas had a vintage charm to it....check it out, here

I truly tried to incorporate what I thought would be "Roaring 20's" Christmas Decor at its best. I DIYed some "Christmas" trees....a Cranberry Red tinsel tree and two other trees wrapped in fabric that compliments the red tree along with the Art Deco look I was going for. 

When I think of Art Deco...I think of Gatsby. So I DIYed some "temporary" art...which I might be lazy to take down after the holidays...and...I love the look of ornaments in a jar and how the look of holiday beads can make it chic and fun instead of one dimensional and boring....just saying. 

So chic....and bubbly. I love the simplicity of the table setting and the color combo. NO disguising my love for black and gold....with a pop of red. The cylinder trees were purchased at Michael's but can easily be DIYed. 

More trees..........trees....and trees.......oh, and ornaments. Easy chic decor for the inexpensive mind. Curious to know how I made a tinsel wreath? Check it out, here

That is a wrap. Happy Holidays!...Get Inspired...

Don't miss out on the tour and check out the rest of the Christmas In The Country Home tour at or click the link below. 

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  1. Your home is sooooo beautiful! Love all the gold and the Gatsby-esque. PINNED. Thank you so much for linking up with Found & Foraged. We hope you can join us again next Saturday at 8PM CT. Can't wait to see your next project!

  2. I love what you have done. It is very WE or millenial. xoxo

    1. Thank you so much! This year I tried to keep it low key and not go all out by zoning in on one of my favorite design eras. Thanks, I love the outcome. It is a bit jazzy.

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