Elegant Winter Woodland Christmas Home Tour

Take a sneak peek inside my personal home to see how I’ve used a soft color palette of winter white, gold, silver, copper, sage green, teal, and chocolate to create a casual elegant Christmas setting.


Happy Holidays Dear Friends!

I’m so happy you stopped by today for my personal holiday home tour, “Elegant Winter Woodland Christmas Home Tour”. This year, I’ve switched things up and going in a completely new color palette direction, and I’ve got to say that I’m absolutely loving the quiet, understated elegance of it all. I hope you do too!

Since my theme for Christmas this year is elegant winter woodland, I’ve decided to keep the color palette fairly neutral with colors of winter white, silver, gold, copper, sage green, teal, and chocolate brown. There’s just something about the calming and soothing nature of these colors that I’m loving and craving this year. 

To Know Me Is To Love Me…And My Large Christmas Decor Collection

Another thing I switched up this year is Christmas trees. I’ve had the same 9 ft. artificial pre-lit pine tree for years and it’s still in good condition, but I knew last year that I’d be ready for a change this year. I’ve always loved the flocked Scandinavian style Christmas trees, so when I saw this beauty on major sale last year after the holidays, I swooped it up. I don’t recall the exact price, but I think it was around $60.00.

7.5 FT Scandi-Flocked-Pine-Tree
Side note: In my excitement of scoring this beauty, I didn’t realize it wasn’t pre-lit until I got home. No biggie since I’ve strung many lights on artificial trees…before the days of pre-lit trees.

For those that personally know me, know that I have a ton of Christmas decor. And while some might say I have too much (ahem, my DH and kids), my mindset is that a girl has to have options. Especially, when she likes to change up the look each year. So the more options the better is my motto!

Anyway, when I got home with the new Christmas tree, my husband just rolled his eyes and shook his head, and then took it up to the attic. He either totally gets me by now or he’s given up and surrendered. Probably a little of both, if I’m being honest.

Loving The Soft Color Palette


This image of my Christmas Ball Ornament Wreath (that I made) is a great representation of the color palette that I’ve used throughout the downstairs of home. I’m really loving the softer and fairly non-traditional color palette of winter white, gold, silver, copper, sage green, teal, and chocolate brown.

Below are the rest of the photos of my Christmas decor. I hope you enjoy!

Elegant Winter Woodland Christmas Tree

The Living Room

Did you notice how my tree doesn’t look too sparse as compared to the photo of the tree above? I love that the tree has wide open spaces so that I can tuck larger items in there like the owls and other bigger ornaments without making them feel crowded or crammed in.
The upper right corner shows all the products used to create the fireplace mantel decor. I’m not sure if you can tell from the photos, but I used a clear plastic riser to prop the “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year” sign on. By doing this, it gives the sign more height and looks like it’s hung on the mirror. Just in case you’re wondering, I hung the garland on command hooks that can easily be taken off after the holidays without leaving any marks.
I love how Truman, our Great Dane, has to inspect my handiwork. He’s so nosy! I wonder if he thinks the boxes have treats in them for him? Wouldn’t it be great if they could tell us what they’re thinking? Probably a good thing that they can’t though because who needs another teenager talking back to them? Am I right? Notice the shelf decor and how it completes the story I’m telling with my elegant winter woodland Christmas decor?

The Kitchen and Breakfast Nook

Simple Christmas touches like the small wreaths on the back of counter stools, the Santa on the island, the frosted eucalyptus twigs on the glass canisters, and the woodland wreath on the back door leading out into the garage really helps to set the festive mood in here.
Kristy Mastrandonas Interior Design & Styling - Flower Mound TX - Elegant Winter Woodland Theme Christmas Wreath showcasing a mix of seasonal greenery with pine, silver dollar eucalyptus, spiral eucalyptus, pine cones, ball ornaments, creamy gold and green glitter ball stems. The neutral color palette of various shades of green, chocolate brown, and gold will mix with any home decor style.
Elegant Winter Woodland Theme Christmas Wreath

This is a closeup of the Elegant Winter Woodland wreath that’s on my backdoor. It made the cover of a magazine!

I kept the breakfast nook table decor fairly simple this year. The centerpieces is a faux fur table runner, Charles Dickens Christmas books, adorable little snowmen, and trees. And the table settings were quick and easy to create even though each one is a layered look consisting of silver placemats (bottom layer), woven water hyacinth placemats, dinner plates, salad plates, buffalo plaid tea towels, and topped off with large snowflake ornaments.

The Dining Room

I kept the dining room tablescape fairly simple this year too. The centerpiece is a mix of greenery – the base garland is pine and I added frosted cypress and eucalyptus branches and pine cones to create fullness. The Christmas ball ornaments were simply placed on top, and the mercury glass candlesticks add a little extra sparkle. Love how the raw wood plate chargers and brooch that resembles a snowflake adds to the rustic elegant look.
Small touches that I made to the sideboard in the dining room. I wish I could get a better photo of this sideboard, but this room is really difficult to photograph. Some day maybe???

Want To Learn How I Made My Wreaths

Would you like to learn how I made my Elegant Woodland Themed Christmas wreaths featured in this post? If so, go check out that blog post here.

Thanks for Stopping By!

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed my Elegant Winter Woodland Christmas Home Tour!

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