My sweet friends Angela and Kevin are just the cutest couple.
Not only are they cute, but so is their house…well, really their house isn’t just cute. It’s cozy and inviting and wonderful. I feel right at home as soon as I walk in the door.
Everything about this couple and their home says, “Welcome! Come on in. We’re so glad that you’re here.”
Angela and Kevin are huge diy’ers. I will share more of their lovely home with all of you after the holidays, but for now I want to tease you with some of their beautiful Christmas decor.
I’ll lead you in by starting off in the foyer where the cutest, funky snowman resides on a chest.
He happily resides beside this pretty, lime green tree.
You might expect to go on into the family room from the foyer, but I’m saving it for the grande finale. So first let me show you the trees that Angela put in each of her guest rooms.
This sweet tree greets you as you enter guest room #1.
I just love the vintage feel of it all. Isn’t that one of the prettiest tree finials that you’ve ever seen???
I really love all of the berries, ornaments and decorative cording that she used.
This awesome tree resides in guest room #2.
I adore the color combination.
Such pretty ribbons combined together for the topper.
Gosh, I just love these colors!!!
It was hard to get a good picture, but these “Naughty” and “Nice” wreaths are hanging on french doors in the master bedroom.
This chest is in the master bath. See that cute stocking?
Here’s a closer look. Love the glittery packages peeking out from the top!
This wreath adorns a wall in her kitchen. She found the sweet elf at Terry’s Village. Aren’t his curly-que legs cute?
The opening above the sink looks out into their family room.
Read all about their diy French Country kitchen makeover HERE.
Isn’t this beautiful and welcoming?
The tree is the perfect size for the spot it lives in.
Angela has it decorated with beautiful jewel tones.
The mantel is overflowing with Christmas lushiousness.
The over-sized bows on each corner are perfection.
Here’s a closer look at the sweet reindeer.