Our Festive Christmas Living Room {2022 Holiday Home Tours!} | Thrifty Decor Chick


If I forget to link to a project or item you’re wondering about, please let
me know in the comments. 

I went with an asymmetrical look with the garland on the mantel again this
year: 

Last year I used a bunch of ribbon in the tree and on the mantel, but
because our tree is SO full this year, I went a tad simpler with
the greenery. 

Instead of ribbons I hung a few of those
pretty spiral ornaments
that are also in the tree. I love the little delicate detail! 
I shared
how I layer my mantel greenery
years back — I literally just stack them on top of each other to make it
as full as possible, and then work them together a bit. 
After the garland is right, I add picks and pine cones to include some
color and texture. This year I tucked in some of this
pretty metal leaf garland
from Target as well: 

I’m starting to get more comfortable with letting go of symmetry in my
decor…it’s been a process over the years. 🙂

I especially love the look at Christmas: 

It lets the pretty staircase shine, but also looks just as festive! And
it’s way safer, especially if you have little ones (or older ones!) in the
house. 

I like to add a little something to the stairs every year. This time I
placed some ceramic houses (from Target years ago) with battery votives
inside:

The soft light is so sweet at night! 

Here’s a view of the room from up in the loft:

I love this view!

The little decor touches are what make this room so special. I love the
look of rich, velvety ribbon, so I added it here and there around the
room. 

To hang the bells on the newel post: 

Wrapped around some coffee table books: 

And tied around a few frames on my DIY picture ledges: 

I filled a wood bowl with cinnamon sticks and a few cuts of greenery from
outside: 

And I’ve added bells wherever I can, without going overboard. I hung them
from our stockings:

From my Twas the Night Before Christmas art: 

And all over in the tree as well! 

We adore this room and love spending time in here, both as a family and
entertaining friends. It’s such a wonderful, welcoming space…especially
this time of year!

Here are a few more photos of our living room — I hope you enjoyed the
tour! I’ll share links to a few projects at the end of the post: 

OK, that wide angle makes our family room look massive. It’s not that big,
but it’s fun to be able to get it all in one shot! 

Now it’s time to tour some more beautiful and festive living rooms! 

Next on the tour is the
lovely Summer Adams. You can check out all of the bloggers at the links below. I hope
you find inspiration for your own holiday decor! 

More about our living room: 



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