Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

Welcome to Old Salt Farm for my annual Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour!

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour | Christmas Porch

Can you believe it’s already December? This year has literally flown by. But I am not complaining–this is such a wonderful time of year, and I absolutely love decorating for Christmas. Everything is just so cozy…all the twinkling lights and greenery.

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

Let’s start with the front porch…welcome to our home! (All sources are linked at the end of the post…)

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour | Christmas Porch

I go back and forth from year to year switching off from wreaths on the window to greenery along the front porch and around the door. I love both equally, so I figured this was the best way to do it! I always use fresh greenery outside, and I pick it up from one of our local tree farms. This year I added the black bench, and galvanized bucket full of logs. I just love black and white with the pop of green! Simple is always my favorite.

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour | Christmas Porch
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour | Christmas Porch

Through the front door the library is on the left, and the piano room on the right. A few Christmas trees and twinkly lights in these rooms transform them into some of my favorite spaces for the season.

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Winter Wonderland Christmas Tree | 12 Bloggers of Christmas
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Winter Wonderland Christmas Tree | 12 Bloggers of Christmas

I love the way the greenery pops with the blue in the rug in this room!

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

This is the first year I added a tree to our bedroom, and now I’m wondering why I waited so long! There is just something so magical about falling asleep and waking up to twinkling lights. LOVE.

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

The family room is the space we spend our evenings in. With a fire in the fireplace, and the glowing lights of the tree, it’s our favorite spot to play games, watch movies, and read Christmas stories. It’s cozy, and just exudes Christmas. Red is my favorite color, and I love love using it every year in my Christmas decor. Usually my style is more neutral, but this is the perfect time for all the red! Plaids, buffalo check, ticking, grain stripe…I adore any of these patterns with red in them. This is also where we put the tree that we cut down–which is a much loved family tradition. We totally lucked out this year, and it might be our favorite yet!

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

Into the dining room we go, which is open into the kitchen. Once again, simple greenery is my top choice for Christmas decor, along with pops of red. Wreaths on the doors and backs of the chairs, garland along the stairs, and a gaggle of mini trees…love them all.

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

The kitchen is one of the places we spend the most time. Whether it’s cooking or baking, eating at the island, doing homework, or just hanging out, it’s the center of our home. I keep a hot chocolate station on the counter next to the stove for the entire holiday and winter seasons, and my kids absolutely love to have it as soon as they come in the door from school. It’s a happy place!

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour | Pantry Barn Doors
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour | Chalkboard Wall
Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

Through the kitchen we go into the mudroom and laundry room, which is my lifeline all through the year, but especially during the winter! It’s the only space inside this year that I used fresh garland–all the other places have faux garland. I just adore it draped across the window and hanging down.

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour | Mud Room
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour
Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour

Thank you so much for coming along with me on my Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour! Here’s to a wonderful December that doesn’t go by too quickly. I want to soak up every minute!

Farmhouse Christmas Source List

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13 Comments

  1. Love your home. You are so talented.. Please can you share where your sofas are from please………. THANK YOU..
    Merry Christmas…

    1. Thank you so much, Marci!! The sectional in the family room is from Pottery Barn, and the couch in the library is from IKEA. Hope that helps! oxoxo

  2. I love to know your sources for your plaid doormat and your plaid throw blanket. Your home is beautiful

    1. Hi, Andrea! The plaid doormat is from Target, several years ago. The plaid throw blanket is by Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart, also from several years ago. I wish there were current sources I could link for you!!

  3. Hi Kierste! I have been following you for years but can’t remember if you ever mentioned having a house plan name for your new home. My husband and I are in the process of looking for a house plan and I would love to have something similar to what you have.

    1. Hi, Ginni! There isn’t a house plan name for our home–we started with one but changed it up a bunch to fit our needs. I’m happy to send them to you, if you email me!! oldsaltfarm@gmail.com

  4. Your home is beautiful. It’s amazing all the talent and energy on display. Wishing you a Merry Christmas together with a Healthy & Happy New Year. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Merry Christmas, my friend!!! And I’d love to have you here in person…any time! xoxo

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