I’m excited to share our home for the holidays with you all today! I am specially thankful for our home this year, it has been so nice spending some extra time here this year, working from home, e-learning, etc. I took my time decorating, almost as if I didn’t want it to end. I enjoyed the process so much and really took my time curating every area of our home.

I’ll start with the family room, because this is truly the heart of our home. As you know we have an open concept, with the kitchen, family room and breakfast room all adjacent. This is where the majority of our days are spent.

The nutcrackers were a new addition to my decor this year. I found these at a craft store and I loved the unfinished wood look so much I decided to keep them that way.

The snow globe is actually a DIY from a few years ago. I simply added a house ornament, some fake snow and some fairy lights..

This year I opted for a hot chocolate bar tray in our kitchen. We have gotten so much use of it!
Our butler’s pantry is actually our coffee bar. I used a store holiday bag from Anthropologie (they have the cutest shopping bags) and framed it to add a winter feel to this area this year.

From the kitchen to the dining room, I kept touches of modern black this year, but added pops of red, and some rustic, natural elements like pinecones and wood trees to my dining table.

I kept our entry console table pretty modern, with a touch of whimsical with these fun trees. Another new addition to my holiday decor this year, although I think they are perfect for the entire winter season.

From the dining room, to the room at the front of the house, our office. This room really gets the best light of all!

In our bedroom, I added some pretty velvet pillows and cozy layers. Complete with an icy-looking garland above the bed, I think this room is ready for some late-night wrapping parties. 😉

Added a little trio of bottles brushes to my nightstand, I love how they play with all the other natural textures in the room like the jute rug, and wood frames.
I received the cutest set of ornaments from Agape, a small shop on Etsy. I decided to create a branch arrangement using pre-lit branches and a vase I already had.

Of course I also wanted to add some festive touches to the boys’ rooms.

The sweetest, simplest touches in the nursery/guest room.

Of course the playroom had to be ready for family game nights. I decided to also add a popcorn machine this year because we all know snacks are a must on those nights!

Hope you enjoyed our home decked out for the holidays! Make sure to follow me on IG for a nightime video home tour post coming soon!