We moved recently so it has been a very busy fall. Today I will show you a Christmas tour of our new home so come in for a visit. Just to let you know this tree has been up since it was moved because it was near the end of October when we moved the Christmas trees and I could not make Mr. Jones put it away and then get it back out in a few weeks. (It wasn't decorated if that helps). Now it is decorated and so come on in!
I found the big metal tub at an antique shop and when I saw it I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it, put the tree in it! We have very high ceilings in this house so I had to put the tree up on something or it would have been dwarfed in this room.
A place for my nativity.
I had this chalk art up for Thanksgiving and I do have one up for Christmas but I will show you that one later.
This is coming in the front entrance.
The other side of the entrance.
This is going up the stairs in the living room.
Here is the kitchen and I really love how open this home is.
The kitchen is just off the dining room and the living room.
That door comes from the back door and into the laundry room. There is still I want to do in this house but for now I am pretty much exhausted from just unpacking so my projects will just have to wait.
This is the dining room and these large french doors are one of my favorites in the house.
The doors are 8 feet tall and they were great to have when we were moving all of our large items.
This is the view from the kitchen.
This is right off of the front entrance and there are large french doors in here as well.
This is the view from the living room and the rooms up the stairs.
This is the family room upstairs, I loved that there was already a built in for our TV.
This is the other side of the stairs.
This is the view from upstairs.
Now you can see the front entry with the french doors coming into the living room. And a perfect place for my piano!
You can not beat the views in this house, you can kind of see out the front, through these large windows.
It's kind of brown right now but this view out the back still takes my breath away.
Can't wait to see all of the seasons out my windows.
Now you can see where the railing looks down over into the main floor.
I lost my grandkid room but gained this cute spot just perfect for all of the toys. (I couldn't get rid of the boots or I would lose my title, "Grandma Boots," the name my little grandson calls me.
These little cubbies all along the top are perfect for toy storage and whatever else I couldn't find a place for.
This is the first place the grandkids come.
I didn't lose my sewing craft room either.
love the breathtaking views from this room as well.
My bedroom is still my safe haven and I sometimes feel like the bed is in a hobbit house.
I love standing on the bed and seeing the views out my hobbit window.
This is the view from the bed.
I should have taken pic of the closet, it is big and so I don't need many drawers
This is the master bath, with a tub that you can get lost in.
This door goes out to a large deck at the back of the house.
The antique drawers sink has taken some getting used to but it is pretty functional even with the wood top.
This is one of the guest bedrooms, but since this is a Christmas house tour, I haven't shown you all of the bedrooms and the rest of the house. Come back later for a visit, and I will show you the rest!
Thanks for coming, see you later.