- Jennifer Pike
Let Us Bring HIM Silver & Gold: Annual Wild Rose Country Christmas Home Tour!
Hello Homies! You had better grab a large cup of coffee or a very tall glass of wine for this blog post because I think I took 1 million photos of my home this year lol! It's 7 min read all the way through...are you with me!?! Then...let's go!
This year's theme, “Let Us Bring HIM Silver and Gold“ got me so excited that I had to capture every inch I could—inside and out, and because we have a brand new renovated backyard with a fun gazebo and hot tub, I had to decorate that as well. I’ll be bringing you a daytime and evening view of each space so you can see the difference in festive touches.
Let’s start at the front of the house…
Let Us Bring HIM Silver & Gold in the Front Entry
I created this rustic chic winter wreath in partnership with Home Hardware. The white spray painted tips and the soft lace ribbon brings out a sweet side in contrast with the rustic wood elements. The best part is, you can actually leave this up all winter, long after the holidays are over.
The Family Choir is the first thing you see as you enter. We've collected these crafty wooden cuties at a local Christmas fair for over 15 years which represent our family: Ken and I, our two daughters and their husbands. We just need three more little boys to represent our grandsons now.
My youngest daughter had this sweet sign (on the right) made for me with my favorite Christmas movie quote. I thought it was fitting to add a glowing angel ornament beside it that my mom gave me.
The simple green faux cedar garland always adds the right touch to the banister! I'll link the cutest boho macramé runner here that I purchased for my dining table, but also works perfectly here in the entry area. You can see how I used in it my, "You're a Peach" blog post ;)
I am actually getting my blue wall painted next year so you'll have to come back and see what happens there.
You'll see that my Silver and Gold color scheme has a lot of cream and green woven throughout. I also substituted gray tones for silver at times. This is a fun little trick if you don't want the shine of silver to become too much. It keeps it a little bit more on the boho side, too.
Let Us Bring HIM Silver and Gold in the Living Room
I knew what I wanted my 2021 theme to be last Christmas...and that meant when clearance prices came out right after the big day was done I could pick up some silver and gold Christmas items dirt cheap. I also repurposed everyday décor items that I've had for years, like this gold sphere. I simply laid it on top of some cedar branches I got at my local décor store, added some battery operated pillar candles and a few silver Christmas balls.
The Christmas tree is always so fun to put together! I added a variety of tones in the silver and gold family ranging from bronze, copper, gray and cream. However, la piece de resistance was the addition of some pampas grass picks. Get them for yourself! Again, they are so versatile and perfect for any home décor style.
If you think this is pretty in the day, wait until you see the night time glow. I wish you could all come over and see it for yourselves. These gold deer curtain tiebacks are also super sweet for the holidays! Check them out-- they also have a leaf pattern that I used in the dining room.
I used these super soft plaid pillows with cream, gray and beige tones to represent the silver and gold theme.
I also brought out my fur "Game of Thrones" blanket with a light gray pillow to tie it all together. All the cozy feels are needed at Christmas!
The mantel is usually a bit of a challenge for me since the TV is directly above. I can't use real flame candles because of that fact and I only have about 6 -8 inches to work with in height. I definitely don't need too much light here since the fireplace and tv bring a lot of light. Even though there are some challenges, I think it looks sweet and simple this year with my little golden-crowned bird, battery operated candles and the Scandinavian XMAS sign.
I wrapped some birch logs with fairy lights and set them into an iron stand next to the gas fireplace for a woodsy feel.
The large snowflakes above the nautical mirrors are a fun way to display them for the winter.
Are you ready to see a few dusk and night time views?