Christmas Tour with Neutrals and Warm Metallics

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This year was all about getting cozy with my family and spending lots of time by the Christmas trees with the glow of twinkle lights nearby. I kept all of my Christmas decor very neutral and used warm metallics in different tones to add some sparkle and shine. I’ve shared these rooms on their own but there is something about showing everything together that gives a better visual of the entire look, so here is my Christmas Home Tour with neutrals and warm metallics.

I dressed the front porch in simple pine greenery with a few flocked accents and a copper bucket filled with birch logs and pinecones. This is about as simple as a Christmas porch can be and will last all winter long.

The secretary in the entry is the perfect place for a pretty fresh floral Christmas garland. The fragrance of this garland is just beautiful and is a wonderful way to greet guests.

The console in the living room is overflowing with faux greenery and copper candlesticks. This is such a simple and warm way to add a bit of holiday cheer to a cabinet without too much fuss.

Draped fresh greenery greets you in the living room along with a trio of flocked Christmas trees glowing in the corner.

Candlelight in copper lanterns and mixed metallic ornaments on the tree give the room a soft glow yet the neutral color palette remains.

I mixed rose gold and silver ornaments on this tree for an ultra soft blush tone that shines in the corner.

Soft linen and cream knit accents are sprinkled throughout.

In the family room the fireplace is burning all winter long and knit stockings hang from the mantle. Strands of copper bells hang down from the cedar garland with gold accents tucked in here and there.

The warm leather chairs with cream knit pillows are the perfect place to cozy up with a good book.

Gold and copper accent are sprinkled throughout the room and add that warm metallic glow.

In the dining room a knit table runner is draped off the table with pine garland, gold bay leaves and pinecones running through the center.

Gold candlesticks and more gold lanterns add that pretty metallic element.

And in the kitchen my favorite copper collection is on full display for the entire season.

The warm glow of candlelight in the kitchen is a welcome element for the season, and a bit of greenery on the range hood will stay until spring arrives.

Simple mini wreaths hanging from satin ribbon adorn the cabinets and add a festive look.

Cedar and pinecone garland around the kitchen window is a lovely way to frame the view.

Back in the dining room, a more casual holiday table setting features fresh pine garland and holiday tableware that easily transitions from the kitchen.

Copper egg ornaments on each place hold a surprise for our guests.

Copper painted pine and eucalyptus tucked into the garland add a warm accent.

And not to be forgotten, the Christmas gifts are wrapped in tones of forest green, linen, blush, copper and silver to mimic all of the neutral and warm metallic tones found in our Christmas home tour..

I hope you enjoyed the neutrals and warm metallics in our Christmas home tour. You can see more details of each room and find shopping sources by clicking on the photos below.

Have a joy filled day!

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