It’s been a couple years since I shared some nighttime Christmas decor photos, so I decided to do a Christmas night tour. Because who doesn’t love photos of that Christmas glow?
I’ve also teamed up with 20+ bloggers who are also sharing their Christmas spaces at night, so if you’re stopping by from Nina Hendrick, welcome!
It snowed Sunday evening, and it was the best kind of snow– the heavy snow that sticks to tree branches. The snow was so perfect that when I posted a video on Instagram of our front porch, people thought I was using a filter. I’m hoping to publish a post with all the detail on our front porch this weekend.
When you come into the house, I have our entryway table decorated with whites and silvers. The flocked tree was a 50% off day after Christmas score from last year. I found it at Gehlhausen Florists in Brad’s hometown. If you live in the Evansville area, I highly recommend hitting up their day after Christmas sale. I’ve gotten so many great Christmas decorations from there for 50% off. I placed the flocked tree inside a planter.
The two white bottlebrush trees are old and the two other trees are from HomeGoods. For the bottom part of the table, I didn’t want to use anything breakable because of the one-year-old in the house. So I layered some buffalo snow in a wooden bowl with some star-shaped fairy lights and white and silver shatter-proof ornaments.
Our living room is so cozy during Christmastime, especially with the fireplace turned on. I’m glad I added a strand of 50 lights to the garland this year so it can be illuminated at night. Although I wish I also added some fairy lights to the wreath because it’s rather dark up there. For all the details on our plaid Christmas mantel, click HERE.
Our Christmas tree really does glow at night. It’s one of the reasons why I love flocked Christmas trees.
You can read more about this year’s Christmas tree HERE.
I love how the red glass ornaments pop against the white and green of the tree. And the silver ornaments help to bounce the light around.
Well, that does it for my Christmas night tour. If you’re following the blogger tour, Thistlewood Farms is next.
Looking for more inspiration or plain ole Christmas eye candy, check out more holiday homes all lit up at night below.