It looks and feels even more magical in the evening when all the lights and candles are aglow. I couldn't be more excited to welcome you back into my home for a look at my Christmas Nights at Bayberry House.
A couple of years ago I did a Christmas Nights Tour here on Inspired by Charm. It's such a fun tour as the images, being photographed at night, are illumined with the glow and magic of the Christmas season. This tour is especially exciting as I'm being joined by many of my blogger friends. This tour is hosted by Rachel of Maison de Pax who is the first house on the tour. If you're stopping over from her home, welcome! If this happens to be your first stop on the tour, no worries, I've included links to all of the stunning homes at the end of this post.
For this particular post, I'd like to do things a little differently. Typically, when I share a tour, I narrate my styling, explain every detail, share links, etc. However, something about this post begs me to be quiet thus allowing you to enjoy all that is calm and all that is bright.
Over the past month I've shared dozens of posts filled with holiday decor ideas and inspiration. As you scroll through the photos below, I will be sure to include links to those particular blog posts. This will be helpful in case you're looking for information and sources or if you just want a closer look at my holiday decor with the lights on! - You can click through for all of that information.
With all of that being said, welcome to Christmas Nights at Bayberry House. Enjoy the tour!
Christmas Nights at Bayberry House:
Entryway: I just shared my updated entryway all decked out for Christmas HERE.
Living Room: With my living room cabinetry being brand new, this was my first time decorating it for Christmas. You can see it HERE. The tree in this room is decked out in whites, blues, and greens. See how I styled it HERE.
Dining Room: Even though Christmas is only a few days away, I'm still tweaking my dining room decor. You'll have to check back in the coming days to see my completed styling. I did add a little tree decked out in gingerbread and created a gingerbread "snow globe" to this room which you can see HERE.
Kitchen: After remodeling this space last year, this has become one of my favorite rooms. You can see more of my Christmas kitchen HERE and a closer look inside my butler's pantry HERE.
Family Room: The last stop on my Christmas Nights Tour is my family room. As much as I love my living room Christmas tree, this one is always a favorite. You can see it HERE. My fireplace / mantel is all decked out and you can see that HERE. And for the finale, you can get a closer look at one of my favorite seasonal displays, my Christmas Ribbon Cabinet, HERE.
Thank you so much for joining me. If you're new to my blog and like what you see, I would love to have you join the IBC Mailing List. It's the best way to stay updated on all of my decorating ideas, tasty recipes, and so much more! You can sign up HERE.
Here are a few final pictures that didn't fit in above. After these, I will send you along to the next home on the tour.
I hope that you'll continue on this Christmas Nights Tour. The next home on the tour is the fabulous Nina Hendrick. She has such a stunning esthetic and a gorgeous home. You won't want to miss it.
If you're not following the tour in any particular order, feel free to click through to any one of the magical tours below. Enjoy!
As always, thank you so much for joining me on this tour and for hanging out with me all season long! The pleasure is all mine.
Christmas Nights Tour:
Maison de Pax | Inspired by Charm | French Country Cottage | Shabbyfufu
Maison de Cinq | Thistlewood Farms | Finding Silver Pennies | Happy Happy Nester
Nina Hendrick | The Wood Grain Cottage | Julie Blanner | Bless'er House
Two Twenty One | Ella Claire & Co. | At Home with The Barkers | hosted by Maison de Pax
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