I love decorating our 1895 Queen Anne Victorian for Christmas.With 12 trees, searching for new ornaments is so much FUN!

Kathy Bass
by Kathy Bass
Hope I haven't bored you with too many pics of my Victorian Christmas decorations! As you will see, there are many and I hope you get some ideas for your home.
Front parlor tree....my favorite.
Silver baby cup tree.
Back parlor tree
Cabinet with Dickens village...one of many!
Entry staircase with more Dickens villages.
One of many clocks in our collection.
More villages....I know, I have too many!!
Yep, more villages!
Another village, another clock!
One of many wreaths with lights.
Kitchen tree!
Ornaments on kitchen tree.
Tree in guest bedroom.
Tree in Master bedroom filled with ornaments our kids made and our many travels.
Santa cookie jar I made 46 years ago!!!
More master bedroom decorations.
More villages on our Murphy bed.
Christmas tree skirt on front parlor tree.
Decorations on front parlor tree.
Front staircase garland.
Guest bedroom tree.
I love my front parlor tree!
Silver baby cup tree.
Another clock and more lights, of course!
Another view of the front staircase.
Another kitchen clock.
One of my Mark Roberts fairies....I just love them!!!
Decorations from master tree...nutcracker ornament.
Vintage Hallmark ornaments on master tree.
Pewter moose from New Hampshire. LOVE New England an have enjoyed many Fall Foliage tours over the years.
Dining room buffet. Notice pic of our house from the 2005 Christmas Day snow on Galveston Island!!!
Texas Capitol ornaments on back parlor tree.
We ride high wheel bikes, so this guy fits perfect!
Another clock.
And Christmas would not be complete without Dickens on the Strand on Galveston Island!
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  • Shelly Moore Shelly Moore on Nov 11, 2021

    What beautiful rooms and decor you've created!!! You should give tours! I also set up several trees, but I have a small house so one downstairs, and 1 each for kitchen, living room and dining room. This year our whole family will be here, so we will use our 4 car finished garage to have dinner and visit out there. I can't wait to start decorating!!!

  • Kathy Bass Kathy Bass on Nov 13, 2021

    Thanks Shelly. We loved our Victorian home, but sadly (and good too :) ) we sold it a few years ago. We downsized from 4K sq ft to 1500, so had to get rid of a LOT of treasures, but it was time. However, I have most of my Christmas in storage with no one to give it to, so that's sad :(. . Enjoy your family Christmas! Cheers!