Christmas at Nancy’s – The Living Room and Dining Room

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Let’s continue our tour of Nancy’s Christmas decor by taking a peek into her living room and dining room.  Now when I say a peek, I mean a peek.  I’m planning a full tour of this gorgeous home after the holidays, so for now I’m just going to tease you a little.


I adore the vignette on top of the entertainment center.  What a great idea to hang a wreath on the wall.  I assume she used a Command Strip.  Smarty pants, that girl is!
Her Christmas tree is perfectly full and lush.


 Chock full of colorful, sparkly ornaments.


I have to get one of these hats for my tree next year!


How about a pink parrot on your tree?  Too cute!!!
The stacked stone fireplace combined with the decor on the mantle just takes my breath away.
I’ve never seen an asymmetrical garland on a mantle before.  I love it!
An explosion of sparkle rains down on the wreath.
I think Nancy told me that she found these skates at HomeGoods.  They just might go missing along with her front door wreath
Love the juxtaposition of the white ceramic deer mixed with rustic.
Stars spill down the left side of the mantle.
Adorable Santa on the hearth.
The vignette on the dining room table makes a wonderful statement!  The sleigh was purchased through Pottery Barn and is a vintage, 1940’s era child’s sleigh.
It is surrounded by cloches filled with ornaments.  The cloche on the far right contains treasured ornaments from her husband’s childhood.
The sideboard is all decked out with silver garland draped across the mirror, glittery trees and a very pretty cloche filled with sparkly ornaments.



Sweet reindeer.
I thought you’d like to get a closer look at the cloche.
I hope you enjoyed this little peek into Nancy’s living room and dining room.  In case you missed it, you can see the outdoor decor here.
Come back on Wednesday for a peek into her kitchen!

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  1. Wow! What a beautiful home! I especially love Nancy’s mantle and dining room table centerpiece.
    Thank you so much for sharing, Suzy!
    ~ Wendi ~ xo

  2. OH! This house is gorgeous and I am so anticipating seeing it ALL after the holidays. That is smart of you because everyone is so busy right now I know I can’t get to every blog I follow right now and I know I am missing out on alot of beautiful things. Thanks for this wonderful PEEK!!!! XO, Pinky

  3. What a gorgeous home! I love her tree … amazingly lush and colorful. What a beautiful Christmas home. Thanks for sharing!

  4. What a gorgeous Winter wonderland!! Thanks for sharing all the beauty, Suzy!!

  5. I really enjoyed the home tour. Your Christmas decor is sooooo pretty! I looks like it belongs in a Southern Living Magazine. WELL DONE!


  6. Gorgeous! Gorgeous!

    May you have a Merry Christmas and the Happiest of Holidays!

  7. What a wonderful job she has done. Beautifully decorated for Christmas! Thanks for sharing this gorgeous home at the Open House party.

  8. Lisa - A Room with A View says:

    Another beautiful tree. I think the dining table vignette is very interesting and fun.

  9. Beautiful tree and home. I ♥ the dining room decorations.

  10. A Sense of Design says:

    Wow, wow, wow!!! I am defintely making more of an effort next year!

  11. You are one daring girl and I love it. This is my kind of decorating. I even Pinned your mantel on my Pinterest board. I love it. Come by and check out mine since I think you will like it.

  12. Jo's This and That says:

    Beautiful hOME! mERRY cHRISTMAS!

  13. Her mantel is the most spectacular one I have seen. I love the way she draped the garland like that and then the deer head tops it off. I would love a stacked rock fireplace like that. May have to have that done to mine one day.

  14. The mantel and tree are splendid! Love the deer head! It’s such a gorgeous home!

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful post at Potpourri Friday! Have a very Merry Christmas and wonderful Holiday Season!

  15. Anonymous says:

    I honestly am not a really big fan of home decoration, or dining room decorations(though it looks like I’m the only guy to post here), but that was a mind blowing display. Talk about effort, and dedication. Really brought it together well.