One of the most fun and magical parts of the holiday season is seeing twinkling lights, whether its outside or in. I never tire of curling up on the sofa with the glow of the tree lights gently illuminating the room. So today I am sharing what some of our home looks like in that warm glow! Welcome to the Christmas Lights at Night Tour!
If you are hopping over from Zevy Joy, welcome!! Isn’t Annie’s home stunning? I adore all the magnolias in her tree this year and I don’t know how she made all her lights look like stars! My friend Rachel from Maison de Pax, hosts this tour every year, so everyone can just enjoy looking at those cozy, pretty pictures of our homes all lit up.
I love the glow of our front porch at night! I took these photos just before the sun set actually, so it was dark enough for the lights to stand out, but not so dark that you can’t see everything. See our front porch during the day here.
The only thing with Christmas lights in our front room (the first room you walk into when entering our home) is the tree in the corner. It is simply decorated with just some yarn poms. See more of this room here.
The little ceramic houses were from Target a couple years ago and I just put some tea-light candles in them. I have to watch them carefully when lit because they get quite hot!
I haven’t shared my daughter’s room in awhile, but every Christmas we put up this little tree and mostly the same ornaments. This year we added little colored bottle brush trees. See her room decorated for Christmas here.
Our kitchen has lights around the window, which we keep on 24/7 honestly.
I love how it lights up these little shelves which I kept mostly the same but added some Santa nesting dolls we’ve had for years and a nutcracker.
On to the living room, where our main tree is!
See our living room in the daylight and with room sources here.
The tree is getting a few more gifts under it… I’m still not done shopping if you can believe it. But we keep things simple, drawing names for who we will gift to, and then Santa brings 1 gift to each child. That way we can focus on what is most important: the birth of Jesus. See my free printable drawing of Mary and Jesus here.
That’s our home with Christmas Lights at Night! Thank you for stopping by to see the little tour! See my Christmas Home Tour for 2019 here.
The next stop is Lauren from Blesser House! You don’t want to miss how gorgeous the amaryllis’ are on her eastlake entry dresser! And I think my favorite is her colorful kid’s tree!See more holiday homes all lit up at night…