Today, I’m excited to be sharing a cozy Victorian Farmhouse-style Christmas living room tour.
The nostalgic additions of a time gone by has created an old-fashioned Christmas feel in my home.
As I sit on my comfy antique sofa writing this blog post, I am reminded of the many Christmas’ over the years in this living room.
My littles are now grown and have lives of their own.
And while I know this is part of life, it has taught me to enjoy each moment.
Decorating my home has been one way I love to show my family I care.
When my grown children walk in for the first time, I want that moment to be magical.
And without further ado, here is a Christmas living room tour.
The Christmas decor this year was inspired by the nolstalgic old fashioned Christmas with Santa Claus, red plaid and the traditional hunter green.
This antique sofa with it’s scrumptious carved wood and beautiful hunter green color fit perfectly with this years Christmas decor.
I placed a soft red plaid blanket showing the cozy red fleece underside on one corner of the sofa.
I already had some velvet hunter green lumbar pillows I’ve use through out the year.
Note: The velvet lumbar pillow I’m linking has 34 colors to choose from to fit within your color scheme for you home. Just letting you know these are the best soft and cozy pillow covers – link is here.
The idea came to me to use pillows in the same color as the sofa from the Downton Abbey series.
This gives it a regal look with only the green pillows on the sofa.
But for Christmas, I added the “Twas the Night Before Christmas lumbar pillow from Michael’s.
It has all the colors I aimed to put in this room.
And has that wow factor as it lays against the green velvet lumbar pillows.
Displaying antique pieces in different ways can give a room a fresh look.
The brass candelabra on the end table next to our antique sofa adds beauty and keeps with the vintage style.
It was one of my favorite finds this year.
Here is a video sharing this find and other amazing brass finds.
Next to the grey Provincial chair I put an authentic Victorian 1920s antique vase that was filled with evergreen and red berries.
I love it’s simplicity.
On the chair I put a Pottery Barn red, tan, and green knitted blanket that has a nolstagic Christmas look.
It goes beautifully with the Pottery Barn rusty red and muted green rug that I placed under the corner of the chair.
These two pieces were found at a Second Hand store last year.
They screamed, Cozy Christmas!
So, they came home with me.
They have that vintage vibe I love!
The Christmas tree pillow was from Etsy.com.
I found that many years ago, and I love the neutral burlap fabric.
It’s soft to the touch, which makes it cozy.
On top of a rusty vintage shelf next to the front door, I put three Christmas trees.
This was a simple addition to the Christmas decor in our living room.
I love the look!
Here is a video sharing this Christmas living room tour and more. It’s one of my favorites!
The gallery wall has to be my favorite part of this room.
It adds impact to this space but allows for creativity to change it out for the different seasons.
And believe me, this wall has so many holes from all of the different formations I created over the years.
So, don’t look too close.
The large “Merry Christmas” sign on top gave this gallery wall the perfect touch for Christmas.
The Santa Claus print below was found on Etsy.com.
This will be the third year in a row that it’s been on display.
I love the nolstagic look with the little girl whispering her Christmas wish into the most joyful Santa Claus’ ear.
I place two other Santa Claus prints in the center.
This one with the Santa Claus sledding down the hill with some children was a perfect vintage print to display along side the other prints.
On the round antique table I put a Charlie Brown Christmas tree that I bought from Target last year.
If you go on their website, right now, this tree is $50.
On one of my shopping trips I came across this tree (last year) and it said, $19.99 on the tag just under the tree.
But it didn’t have a price tag.
I talked to the manager and he looked it up without telling me how much it was.
He gave me a piece of paper to give to the cashier.
And she rung it up and I bought it for $19.99.
As I was leaving, I looked over my receipt and it said it was originally $50.00.
I knew right then and there the Target manager gave me the best Christmas present.
I was shocked, blessed, and so excited to have this amazing tree!!
So, that’s the story of this tree.
Under the Christmas tree, I put a train set.
On the right, I put a red sleigh ornament and a Nutcracker on top of three antique books I found at Goodwill.
Here is the video sharing that find and some other amazing finds for my home.
It was that transition between Fall and Christmas, so you will see some Fall decor finds but I also found some Christmas decor, too.
Check it out!
On the wall is a shelf and mirror that I painted with chalk paint.
I will link that tutorial here on how to get that vintage look using chalk paint.
On top of the shelf I put two finials and a brass candelabra.
I wanted to make this a quick blog post!
I have more Christmas decor in the other areas of my home that I will share with you!
Wishing you a Merry Christmas.
Enjoy every moment you have with those you love.
Hold them tight and tell them you love them.
I am going to hug those grown children of mine extra tight.
They are the best!
For more decor inspiration go here.
Interested in a Christmas DIY? Here is one I think you’ll enjoy making.
It is my Christmas wreath from last year.
Is that gorgeous or what?
I share all the details and instructions how to make this wreath.
Here is the link.
Thank you for coming by Victorian Lane Farms.