A Teal & Green Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Christina Dennis
by Christina Dennis
This year, I decorated my home for Christmas in non-traditional shades of teal and green to match my current home's decor. I am totally in love with the effect! Welcome to my vintage inspired teal & green Christmas home tour! (You can find several more photos of my Christmas decor by clicking the link at the bottom of this post.)
We built our house last year - it's a traditional four square style home. The snow we get up here in Alberta, Canada is enough Christmas sparkle for the outside of our house!
Our Christmas tree is flocked and I decorated it with a mixture of vintage and handmade ornaments.
Lots of real greenery clippings are throughout the house in various bottles and vases.
A DIY painted chair and artwork creates a pretty nook by our stairwell.
I sewed some Anthropologie-inspired stockings for our mantel, made some DIY glittered artwork on a vintage map, some coffee filter Christmas trees, and burlap pillows.
Simple sprigs of spruce bows tied in teal bows adorn our stair rails.
I made small wreaths out of real spruce clippings for our windowed glass cupboard doors in the kitchen.
Gold, teal, and green are the feature colours of my Christmas place setting. Real clippings of spruce and pinecones are in a pretty little centerpiece box.
Christina Dennis
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • C.C. C.C. on Dec 20, 2019

    How did you make "coffee filter white trees", please?

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