Hey guys! I’m back today sharing the second part of my 2015 Christmas Home Tour! I’ve teamed up with a lovely group of ladies who all share my affinity for farmhouse style decor. Please take a moment to browse around their tours at the end of this post. I promise you won’t be sorry!

Also, if you’re interested in seeing my mudroom and living room all decked out in Christmas cheer, you can check that out on part one of my Christmas home tourThis post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.

Farmhouse Style

For this tour I wanted to share my front porch and dining room decor with you. We’ll start with the entryway.

Welcome!

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

I added some lighted garland around the doorway to frame the door and illuminate the space at night. I styled the wreath for this month’s Monthly DIY Challenge.

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

The “Deck the Halls” sign is a DIY that you can find here.

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

I’m all about mini Christmas trees this year. They’re just so cute and fun to style. I placed the tree in a vintage Carnation Milk Co. crate from the flea market.

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

Firewood stacked on a crate makes the perfect spot to set a lantern.

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

I made a slipcover for the pillow from red ticking stripe fabric. Here’s the tutorial I followed to make it.

red and white ticking stripe pillow next to mini christmas tree

Now let’s head to the dining room!

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

I’m craving simplicity with my decor this year, so you won’t see any elaborate tablescapes in here. I wanted to keep things fresh and opted for a simple red grain sack stripe table runner topped with a mini tree and a few votive candles.

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

Those windows sure could use some trim or curtains, though. 😉 I’m still debating on what I want to do with them, so for now they stay bare.

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

I finished off the dining room with a little festive artwork on my chalkboard calendar.

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 2 | LITTLE RED BRICK HOUSE

Thanks for stopping by part two of my 2015 Christmas home tour. I had so much fun decorating and sharing with you!

For more farmhouse Christmas inspiration, stop by the rest of the lovely home tours below.

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18 Comments

  1. It all looks so pretty Sarah! I LOVE your front porch and the chalkboard in the dining room! Can you come over and draw something just as amazing on my chalkboard wall? Mine’s looking a little bare and I need your talent 🙂

    1. Thanks, friend! Of course, I’d love to come decorate and craft with you! 😉 You should try the printout transfer method. All you have to do is trace over it!

  2. Everything is just beautiful Sarah! Your entry way is stunning. It makes me sad that I neglected mine a little this year. I hope you’re having a wonderful Christmas season!

    1. Thank you, Amanda! I really tried to keep things simple this year and not get too “themey” with the decor. I’m glad you like it. Have a wonderful Christmas season, as well!

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