Christmas Twinkle Lights Home Tour

In this post I’m sharing my Christmas Twinkle Lights Home Tour with some shots taken at night. I think it’s the 5th year that I’ve participated in Rachel of Maison de Pax‘s Christmas Nights Tour. You can see my tour from last here HERE and although I didn’t do a lot of obvious changes there are some indeed!

Christmas twinkle lights home tour living room

If you’re visiting from Lauren at Blesser House, welcome in!
So…honestly I’ve been a homemaker for so many years now that I think I’ve done every style when it comes to decorating for Christmas! Yep…I’ve done the red and white, the overload of vintage Shiny Brites, the pink, the real tree filled with family ornaments and more. Last year I put up two trees in the living room, but these days I’m paring down. I don’t have shots of the outside, but see the palm tree with the twinkle lights?

Christmas twinkle lights shabbyfufu

My collection of pastel houses hasn’t made an appearance in years, so it’s nice to see them again in the living room. One of the things I love most about decorating for Christmas is bringing out the bins. When you open them up it’s like visiting with old friends!

Christmas Twinkle Lights Home Tour – Dining Room

Heading out of the front hallway away from the living room is the dining room. It’s not huge and not formal but ahhh, the view!

dining room Christmas twinkle lights

Simple once again, with a faux noble fir tree that I’ve had for several years. I’ll be linking some similar items below and if you’re still shopping you’re likely to find some great deals right now!
I picked up some fresh pine scraps from the tree lot and put them in a large vintage crock. Since the tree is faux, this definitely brings in that fresh tree scent!

dining room

These bottle brush trees were found during my recent trip to Waco at Magnolia Market. You can read more about that in this post. I really enjoy purchasing holiday decor when I travel. It’s fun to recall trips when the Christmas decor bins come out.

magnolia market bottle brush trees

I can’t get enough of this huge vintage copper confiture bowl and thought why not fill it with ornaments!

vintage french confiture bowl

There are about 3,682 bins of Christmas ornaments in the garage… or so it seems. The colors that I selected this year were soft metallics.

Other than the bottle brush trees I haven’t purchased anything new this year. Therefore I got creative and added ribbon that I had to all of the old wreaths. Adding ribbon to change up the look of a wreath is a great hack! Just vary the color each year and save yourself from buying new.

In the kitchen is the only place that you’ll see some red.

The Santa mugs are true vintage that I’ve had for years. There are lots of new reproductions available now…check below!

Red roses from my husband and a small fresh cedar tree that I planted in a French cast iron urn.

Last but not least is the master bedroom and this is the room that looks different from last year. We went with a flocked tree that we had (THIS ONE) and I kept it naked. Honestly loving this simple look of just Christmas twinkle lights and not much more! Head on over to Cherished Bliss who is next on today’s tour…

Christmas twinkle lights master bedroom

Christmas twinkle lights fireplace

And there you have it! Wish you and those you love peace and joy this holiday season!

See more holiday homes all lit up at night…

christmas home tours at night with twinkle lights

Maison de Pax | French Country Cottage | House by Hoff | So Much Better With Age | Zevy Joy

christmas home tours at night with twinkle lights

Shades of Blue Interiors | Bless’er House | Shabbyfufu | Cherished Bliss | Maison de Cinq

christmas home tours at night with twinkle lights

At Home with The Barkers | Nina Hendrick | Two Twenty One | Thistlewood Farms | The Wood Grain Cottage

christmas home tours at night with twinkle lights

Kelly Elko | Happy Happy Nester | Ella Claire & Co. | Julie Blanner | Rooms FOR Rent

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  1. Janet, thank you so much for joining the tour! I love live all the green and gold glow from your home! I hope you have a restful holiday.

    1. Thanks for inviting me again Rachel and I hope that you enjoy your holidays as well! xo

  2. Oh Janet it is just stunning. Just makes me smile to see your beautiful twinkles at night. May you have a Beautiful Christmas.

  3. Elena M Ferrante says:

    Beautiful, inspirational, and creative, as always. Thank you, Janet, and Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  4. Janet, you did such a lovely job on your home. I just adore how you decorated with all those bottle brush trees…so festive!!

    Merry Christmas!!


  5. Oh the lights! The view! The trees! Your home is so truly beautiful Janet. You must love the contrast of the warm weather outside and the winter wonderland inside! I think if I lived there, I’d be enjoying the view of the sparkly tree from outside in the pool! 🙂 💗 Thanks for the gorgeous tour, and Happy Holidays!!

  6. Soo gorgeous Janet! Your home really shines at night with all your twinkly trees. And that shot looking from you kitchen into your dining room? Stunning my friend!

    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!


  7. Wow, Janet. What gorgeous nights tour! Happy holidays my friend.
    Hugs, Jamie

  8. Your home looks gorgeous by the twinkle lights of the night Janet. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  9. As always, your home is beautiful and your french design stunning. Enjoy the beautiful warm temperatures, it’s in the 20’s over here in the east!

  10. I love your unadorned tree in your bedroom! And the lovely mantle in There and your LR.
    This year’s soft shimmery colors…yes!

  11. Miche Ortega says:

    Just gorgeous, Janet. The Santa mugs are my favorite. Happy Holidays!