English Cottage Christmas Home Tour 2020

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Rachel Stone

Hello friends & welcome! Today you are invited to enjoy our very first Christmas home tour! we’ve combined thrifted, vintage, and antique home décor for an English cottage style Christmas. C’mon in & grab some hot cocoa! 

This elegant antique French mirror was hiding in the back of a thrift store for me ~ at less than $5! I love how it add dimension and the illusion of more space to the kitchen.

This little wooden rocking horse is a favorite with the children. He comes bearing gifts and sporting a festive neck tie.

Of all the festive areas in the house the hutch is Matt’s favorite ~ and mine too! It is elegant, homey, and festive all at once.

Just looking at this Christmas table setting I can hardly wait for the dinner we have planned to share with our neighbor very soon! This time of year is full of opportunities to share and bless others. We have so much to be grateful for!

Matt requested the magic of a Christmas village in the Christmas décor. What a great idea! I love the added whimsy  this brings to our home. This one was both gifted and thrifted (the best!). To unify the different styles and colors I spray painted them white.

This might be my next favorite Christmas décor… One day when antiquing with Matt & his Mom she & I admired these vintage hand painted eggs. We left them there, but I could not stop thinking of them. finally I messages her to see if they were still available & I’d pay her for them. They were still there & she even shipped them to me! I love the magic of them dangling from the garland glittering and sparkling…

Nothing says cozy on a cold winter’s day like a hot, crackling fire. 

Presents wrapped and ready to give!

How blessed we are that the best gift of all time, Jesus Christ, has been given to all!

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Author: Rachel Stone
Rachel is passionate about creating a comfortable and beautiful home for her family. She also loves to share the lessons she is learning with her wonderful audience both on this blog and her YouTube channel.