Our 2022 Christmas Home Tour {Tons of Decorating Ideas}

2022 Thrifty Decor Chick Christmas Home Tour 

There’s so much holiday decor I haven’t shown you yet this season! Time seems to move twice as fast in December, right? 

10 foot Christmas tree by fireplace

Today I walked through the house and took photos of the spaces I haven’t shared with you yet. This is also a nice way to round up some of the projects I completed this year! 

I didn’t add as a much to the front porch as usual, but I love it how it turned out! I hung fresh, real garland around our Craftsman style door: 
Craftsman style door with windows

I got the cute Santa mailbox at Cracker Barrel years ago. 🙂 

In the foyer, I added my favorite glass trees (from Target a few years ago) and some greenery draped over the mirror:
round mirror over wood table

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Everett foyer table with round mirror

Colby says hello! 🙂 

I used the metal garland on our family room mantel as well!:

asymmetrical garland on mantel

It’s so pretty and easy to bend and manipulate how you want. 

letters to Santa mailbox
berry and snow wreath
ornament patent printables art

I had them printed at the drug store and just tape them to the glass.

Our kitchen was so fun to decorate this year! I added our cutie reindeer cut outs on my DIY vent hood cover:
modern DIY hood vent over stovetop

The reindeer were from the craft store and super cheap! I thought for sure I had a sleigh as well, but that disappeared years ago. 

thick DIY floating kitchen shelves
The Santa art is really this tea towel — I gave one to a friend and loved it so much I got one for myself! 
kitchen shelf Christmas decor

Other than that, I just have a couple holiday touches here and there around the space…kitchens are so fun to decorate for the holidays:

white kitchen cabinet gray island

I hang these small boxwood wreaths in our dining room windows every year: 

small boxwood wreath with bells
I covered the outsides of those bells with some gold Rub ‘n Buff to add a little bling. 

I always struggle with centerpieces — I don’t want them to get in the way of eating. 

So I like using trays so we can easily move the decor around: 

tray on table with Christmas greenery
The soft faux greenery was on sale at Afloral years ago, and I LOVE it. SO realistic! I think I found the red berry picks at Hobby Lobby. 

The tray is an old one I’ve spray painted many times…and I did one more time. 😄 I sprayed it black this time, and added that touch of gold Rub n Buff around the top. 

I made these BELIEVE wood plaques last year and they’re such easy an display for our dining room buffet: 

And of course, some cute pillows and a soft blanket are a staple on the window seat! The cats LOVE this spot:

dark blue Cyberspace dining room

large window seat with bookcases
The new floral wallpaper I hung in our powder room has made this one of my favorite rooms in the house!:
floral green blue and brown wallpaper

Those cute little wood and glass trees were from the Target dollar spot (last year I believe?). A few of them were black and I sprayed them a dark blue to match the wallpaper. 

large gray sectional basement

I went with simple touches on the bookcases in this room — mostly just tufts of greenery here and there:

snowy greenery in wood pot

 And a little DIY wreath around the horse’s neck!:

large wooden horse decor

I love using what we already have on display to decorate for Christmas — you don’t need all new decor items! Using ornaments and greenery to fill up bowls and vessels is way cheaper than filling spaces with themed decor.  🙂

I’m not sure if I’ll be back here before Christmas, but either way I’ll be sharing the start of our basement kitchenette next week! I’m so thrilled with the progress so far! 

If I don’t “talk” to you before, I hope you have a lovely, healthy and safe holiday. Take care of yourself and those you love!


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