I’m so excited to share another Christmas home tour with you. This is Stephanie of @BloomingIvyLane’s home. We shared this gorgeous home earlier this year and are thrilled to share it spruced up for Christmas. Stephanie’s holiday decor is unconventional and natured inspired. Here we saw design ideas we’ve never seen before and we look at homes for a living so that’s saying something!
When I walked up to Stephanie’s home and saw this stunning arrangement over the front door I knew we were in for a treat this year. Stephanie mixed dried hydrangeas, evergreen and hops. She said she was inspired to do this from a storefront in New York. I love that she finds inspiration in unconventional places. There is a cute vintage Santa greeting you at the door.
You walk from the entry into the coziest living room. The finishes elevate the room and add character to this new build home. Stephanie has an evergreen garland on the fireplace with dried hydrangeas layered in. You’ll see this is a theme in her decor this year.
Stephanie also has a garland draped in front of her hutch here. Both the placement of the art and garland are creative but still timeless. That’s what I love most about Stephanie’s design.
Her Christmas tree is filled to the brim with colorful ornaments. We toured her old home and the tree is decorated very similarly. It’s fun to see a new home with the same decor and how fresh it can feel.
This hops garland in this sweet sitting area in the kitchen was a tour favorite. I’ve never seen a garland like this for Christmas! It travels from the floor across the mantle and all the way up to the ceiling. This double sided fireplace was the perfect place to do this. She kept is classic on one side and did something really creative on the other.
More evergreen and dried oranges adorn the shelves in the butlers pantry. Then classic touches of evergreen in the mudroom. This is one of my favorite parts of Stephanie’s home.
Here you’ll see a garland draped on a giant mirror making a statement and reflecting the other side of this stunning room. If you don’t know how to decorate for the season just throw a garland on it and you’re good to go!
This room is so sweet everyday but feels extra cozy for Christmas. I love the mix of patterns and colors is such a traditional way. Also, the Christmas trees in the shower are so fun!
Last but not least the upstairs. Stephanie has designed this cozy sitting area at the top of the stairs that is the dreamiest spot to drink coffee. I love the pattern in the wallpaper against the pattern of the chairs.
Her boys rooms are also perfectly decorated for the season. I love that every room has a tree with it’s own unique flair.
I hope you enjoyed Stephanie’s home as much as we did. If you’d like to see Stephanie’s home without the seasonal touches you can head here for more photos and a full video tour. If you’d like to see Stephanie’s mom’s home you can head here! It’s also beautiful and so timeless. They both have an eye for design.