I am decking the halls with 19 other bloggers and thrilled to be kicking off It’s a Wonderful House Christmas Hop! A big thank you to Olivia at Reinvented Collection for arranging this hop!
This is a French country Christmas tour… We’re starting in my most French room of all. A little French desk sits on the left.
I love the pastel bottle brush trees below! The colors of the little trees match my Staffordshire figurine. The hydrangea candlesticks were originally black but I had painted them some years ago. I love this little Christmas vignette.
In the center of the room sits the woodland tree.
The woodland tree is actually my favorite of my various trees. Wait, I thought this was a French country tour, you say? Well, we are on the “country” part!
I love the little deer sitting under the tree. Sometimes my cat joins them!
An “icicle” on my nature tree – part of an antique chandelier!
Many acorns – glass and glittered – decorate the nature tree!
Adding some ornaments in a bowl is an easy way to create a Christmas vignette in any room. I filled my American brilliant cut glass footed bowl with vintage style mercury glass ornaments. I bought some of these this year, but I had discovered in unpacking that I already purchased the pink ones last year!! Ha ha! I suppose I really like them!
The footed bowl sits on a gilded French table with a bergere chair next to it.
In another room is my romantic pastel tree – this tree is more French country Christmas than my woodland tree. Although I confess my woodland tree is my favorite one!
It is a pencil flocked tree that can go anywhere. I put it in my mudroom this year. I love the pastel baubles on this tree.
I was so excited to find this beaded glass garland this year.
I love this tree topper. It is actually an ornament but I think it is a perfect tree topper for this tree!
I love miniature ornaments – such as this little clip-on tree and the little crown!
We are nearing the end of today’s tour.
Below is a sneak peek of Part Two of the tour, which you can get to by clicking here! Or you can skip ahead and go to my Christmas Kitchen with traditional German Christmas decor. If you missed last year’s tour, here is part 1 and part 2 of 2016.
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Thank you for joining me on my French country Christmas home tour! Now, grab your eggnog latte and head on over to visit Brett and Kelly’s North Country Nest!