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Holiday home tour in our 1700s farmhouse!

Welcome to my Holiday home tour in my 1700s farmhouse!

I am beyond excited to be welcoming you into my home all decked out for Christmas!  I hope it brings you joy and inspiration.

Bloggers Best Holiday Home Tour 2020

Today is day three of the Blogger’s Best Holiday Home Tour! I’ve enjoyed all the other inspiration so far! And a big thank you to  Mansa and Kelly for putting this all together! 

If you are hopping over from My Wee Abode’s home tour, welcome! Isn’t her home gorgeous?!

I’m Kori and I live in rural New Hamshire with my Husband, three kids, beautiful farm dog Mona, and a bunch of pigs and chickens! I love all things home decor and decorating!

Come check out how I’ve decorated for Christmas!

To start: stick to a theme

I try very hard to stick to the charm of my old home when decorating.  We’ve got 6 fireplaces, warm wooden exposed beamed ceilings, and wide plank flooring. So when I decorate in general I try and stick to this color palette (warm colors instead of cool). So decorating for Christmas is so fun! I get to use lots of reds, plaids, and natural elements.

Holiday home tour: The sitting room

Our sitting room is one of my favorite rooms in our house. And it happens to be the room In which our tree is in! I love adding new artwork to my home, especially at Christmas time!

I also love to layer textures in my home. I’ve added several pillows, rugs, and throws to add color and warmth to this room.

We also have a game table set up in here so the kids can play board games and do puzzles all winter long. There isn’t a TV in this room. We try and keep things on the quieter side in here.

I like to grab a cup of coffee and cozy up with a good book.

Holiday home tour: The dining room

When we designed the dining room table (my husband built it), I had one thing in mind… Christmas dinner! I wanted to be able to fit my entire family at the table for dinner without having a kid’s table.

Decorating is fun in this space. I try and keep things on the more natural side by adding in lots of greenery and pops of copper for color!

We also have a large coffee/hot cocoa bar on the buffet! My kids enjoy coming home from school and helping themself to a large cup of hot cocoa. I enjoy making myself a hot latte with my Nespresso maker! It makes the most wonderful lattes!

Holiday home tour: The Entryway

We have two entryways in our home. This one is to the front door and I’ve decorated it very simply for Christmas.

I found these reindeer at Target this year and I had to grab them knowing they’d look amazing on my entryway table.

I also added a little swag to my mirror above my entryway table.

Pine cones are a great way to add some Christmas decor to any bowl. Plus they can stick around far after Christmas and still work as “winter decor”.

Holiday home tour: The Family room

The Family room is where we all hang out. It’s where our TV is. It’s where our leather recliners are which is where you’ll find my husband.

For Christmas, I had to keep it simple and clutter-free in here or else everyone would be moving things around way too much.

Adding cozies was the most important thing in this room. Lots of pillows and throw blankets.  No matter where you are on the couch… a throw blanket is in reach!

Holiday home tour: The Master bedroom

For my Master bedroom, I went really simple. I added a wreath above my bed and a tree throw pillow.

I didn’t add any reds to this space because I LOVE my brown duvet cover in here and I didn’t want it to clash. So instead I added lots of greens.

Holiday home tour: The Guest room

Now, I don’t know if my guest bedroom will get used this year – But I decided to decorate anyway! I found this adorable noel ticking pillow at TJ Maxx and I had to grab it for this room!

I recently added this rug in here and I love the coziness and warmth it adds.

Thanks for stopping by!

Well, thanks for making it this far! I would love it if you subscribed!

Next, on the tour is my friend over at Stone Gable. Be sure to check out the others on the home tour as well! (Links all listed below)

Much Love,

Kori ~From The Farmhouse Life

Related posts:

Farmhouse porch Christmas tour

Monday’s Tours

The Tattered Pew // My Thrift Store Addiction // Simply 2 Moms

Worthing Court // Bricks N’ Blooms // Open Doors Open Hearts

Tuesday’s Tours

Lora B Create and Ponder // This Is Simplicite

Shiplap and Shells // The Ponds Farmhouse //

Wednesday Tour’s

Stone Gable // Midwest Life And Style // Follow The Yellow Brick Home

Noting Grace // My Wee Abode // The Farmhouse Life

Thursday’s Tours

Aratari At Home // Caitlin Marie Design // Sweet Pea

Fiddle Leaf Blog // First Day Of Home // White Arrows Home

Friday’s Tours

Cottage On Bunker Hill // The Aspiring Home // Lantern Lane Designs

DIY Beautify // Cassie Bustamante // The Flowering Farmhouse


  1. I am swooning over the coziness of this space! Those ceilings with the beautiful Christmas decor is what I dream of having. What a gorgeous home. It’s an honor to be a part of this blog hop with you! Happy Holidays!

  2. Hi Kori. I ADORE your home! It’s so unique and beautiful and comfortable. I would love to move right in! You have such a talent of mixing style and old and new together that makes me want to pour over every single picture and soak it all in. Beautiful Christmas home, friend! xo Yvonne

    1. lol! Come on over Cindy… the guest room is all yours! But i’ll warn ya – it’s sandwiched between my childrens bedrooms and they arent the quietest! lol!

    1. Thank you Stacy! I appreciate That! The guest bedroom has quickely become my fav room now because of that cozy rug!!

  3. Your home is decorated so beautifully for Christmas, Kori. I love all of the natural elements, and of course I’m a big fan of the red.

    1. Thanks so much! I appreciate that! and yes to the red… It’s the most important color at Christmas lol

    1. Yes! Every February we spend a few weeks in SC to escape the cold! But you’re right.. It’s pretty awesome around the Holidays. Thanks for stopping by and have an awesome Christmas!

  4. Hi Kori, your farmhouse is absolutely charming all decked out for Christmas! I hope you have a joyous holiday season. Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  5. Your home looks so cozy, Kori… and I can’t believe you have SIX fireplaces! Lucky you! My fave has to be the guest room! Just love the tree and the red on the bed. And your table centerpiece is perfectly light and airy, too!

  6. I can’t believe you have 6 fireplaces! I had to make a faux mantel, just to be able to decorate it. I love your home so much. Every single detail is so beautiful. I was so inspired and have decided that I need to redo my guest room! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

  7. Your home looks beautiful decked out for Christmas , Kori! I love that you live in a house from the 1700s. That is amazing! Your husband did a fabulous job on your dining room table. It’s wonderful to have a table big enough for everyone. Did you know that the white container in your entryway filled with pinecones is a chamber pot? I only know because my mom has her grandmother’s.

    1. Thank you! I always say my home was made for Christmas… it just looks like a Christmas house. and yes, I know it’s a chamber pot. I love history! don’t worry – it probably hasn’t been used for a few centuries lol.

    1. It is super fun! I love the charm from old houses! and Yes, it’s been so fun to tour everyone home this week!Thanks for stopping in!

  8. Oh Kori your farmhouse was made for Christmas decor! It’s gorgeous! I loved getting to tour your home. I adore your dining room and I too love my Nespresso! Merry Christmas !

    1. Thank you so much for stopping in! This Chirstmas home tour has been my aboslute favorite. It’s been so inspiring seeing everyone beautiful homes decked out for Christmas!

  9. I loved that guest rpom rug so much, I ordered 2! One for me and one for my daughter-in-law! Beautiful home!

  10. Kori!! I loved your tour! Your home is so gorgeous! PS Your dining room table is my favorite ever, especially now that I know you and your husband did it!! My word girl! Gorgeous! XoXo

    1. That’s so kind of you to say! I’m pretty thankful for Him – He seems to always be up for my ideas! have a great holiday!

    1. Thanks so much, Ana! That means so much to me! I hope you have a wonderful holiday season!

  11. Your home is so cool, Kori! I had no idea the age of your home until this post! What a fun setting to enjoy Christmas. Everything looks beautiful with your warm colors. I’m especially impressed with the table your husband built! Merry Christmas!

    1. Thank you! I love Historic homes – which is why when we saw this house we had to buy it! Thanks for your kind words. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season!

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