Get inspired to fill your home with holiday cheer by browsing through our favorite homes decorated for Christmas. Plus, check out our favorite houses in Christmas movies!
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Blogger Nora Murphy makes her New England Cape Cod home the coziest place to spend the holidays with the addition of homegrown greenery and plenty of plaid. Her collection of tartan is the star of her Scottish Highlands-inspired holiday decor.
Packed with thrifted vintage Christmas treasures, this home was designed to beautifully showcase this homeowner's love for collecting. Inside you'll find plenty of fun and festive ways to use flea market finds and retro decor to dress up your farmhouse.
The Junk Gypsies, Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes-Smith, made over their Round Top, Texas Inn for the holidays, and it's full of rustic and bo-ho-ho decorating ideas.
Tour the home: This Texas Inn Is the Best Place to Spend Christmas
This simplistic and neutral-clad lakeside cabin features lush, fresh greenery in every room. Take a cue from the creative homeowner and bring the outdoors inside with pinecones, fragrant garland, small trees, branches, and more.
When it comes to decking the halls, it's no surprise that two antiques dealers take a jolly old approach. Here's how a vintage-loving couple infuses their Tennessee home with yesteryear cheer.
Situated on scenic Lake Arrowhead, this California retreat is bursting at the beams with "sleepaway" spirit, from nostalgic plaids to cabin-inspired collectibles. Here's how to set up your own campsite.
Tour the home: This California Lake Home Is the Ultimate Christmas Getaway
Featuring both rough-hewn architecture and softer seasonal accents (hello, flannel!), this cozy cabin nestled in the Wisconsin woods is equal parts knotty and nice.
Tour the home: A Cozy Christmas Cabin Nestled in the Woods of Wisconsin
By sprucing up her historic (and outdated) Tudor with buckets of snowy paint (102 gallons, to be exact!), Minneapolis designer Jennaea Gearhart created a pristine backdrop that lets holiday accents shine. Consider it the perfect wintry mix.
With "campouts" by the tree and annual s'mores parties around the fire, find out how one family has mastered the art of the at-home holiday getaway.
Tour the home: A Homespun Christmas in a Cozy Connecticut Farmhouse
This homeowner's laid-back approach to holiday style is in lockstep with the soothing yet stylish scheme she devised for her family's 1970s ranch-style house in Atlanta.
Tour the home: A Calming Christmas in a 1970s Atlanta Farmhouse
Mark and Jenny Brethehim reveal their home's true character with natural and colorful Christmas decorations.
Tour the home: A Scandinavian Christmas in Wisconsin
Farm Chicks founder Serena Thompson shares how she decorates every room in her 5,000-square-foot house for the holidays.
Tour the home: Serena Thompson's Charming Holiday Home
A jingle-bell wreath and mercury-glass tree dress up the marble mantel in this tradition-filled Connecticut home.
Tour the home: Christmas in a Sophisticated Connecticut Farmhouse
Subdued gift wrap, like simple stamped Kraft paper, helps bring Christmas charm to major league baseball player Bill Mueller's Arizona home.
Tour the home: An Arizona Christmas
From their New England home, see how design gurus Eddie Ross and Jaithan Kochar rewrite the rules of holiday decorating and go all out for the season.
Tour the home: A Colorful Christmas with Eddie Ross
Inveterate collector Travis Robeson fills his Tennessee cabin with simple and rustic decorations, like burlap ribbon and carved-wood cookie molds.
Tour the home: Christmas Cabin
In their Brookfield, Connecticut, home, Frank and Andra Mollica deck the halls in high, yet handcrafted, style, creating newspaper birds and personalized tags that decorate their dining room tree.
Tour the home: Holiday Décor in a Connecticut Home
Interior designer Edie van Breems welcomes the spirit of Christmas past, celebrating the season and her Scandinavian heritage with time-honored decorations, food, and traditions.
Tour the home: A Swedish Christmas
During Christmas, Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell of the Beekman Boys fill their old farm with merry vintage decorations, poinsettias, and colorful ornaments.
Tour the home: Christmas with the Beekman Boys
Crisp white decorating, cherished antiques, and holiday greenery transform this century-old Oregon farmhouse into a perfectly pulled-together home.
Tour the home: White Farmhouse Christmas
A mountain home in Vermont uses small, subtle touches to decorate for Christmas. A dash of fake snow, for example, and a pair of plastic reindeer turn a year-round display into a winter wonderland.
Tour the home: A Folk-Art Holiday
For proof that a minimalist palette can be surprisingly merry, get an eyeful of Lisa and Dan Tiemann's Chicago, Illinois, home—a testament to the power of a "less is more" approach (even at the holidays).
Tour the home: A Classic Christmas
With a vibrant mix of prints and colors, Glenn Holley's Virginia home feels festive year-round.
Tour the home: Decorating with Pattern
Get a dose of holiday cheer in Alabama! Billy Reid's home is a mix of vintage and new, to create his own version of laid-back Southern style.
Tour the home: A Sweet Home Alabama Christmas
At his Ohio farmhouse, Kevin Reiner mingles fragrant evergreens with glittering vintage ornaments for a display that definitely dazzles.
Tour the home: Holiday Decorating with Christmas Ornaments
In this 1890s New York City brownstone, buttery whites and robin's-egg blue are sparked with silver and gold for a romantic Christmas.
Tour the home: Blue & White Holiday Decorating
A suburban Chicago family brings the festivities of Christmas into their kitchen—their favorite room at home.
Tour the home: Bring Holiday Cheer to the Kitchen
When their 1777 Connecticut home is filled with the scent of pine boughs and baking, Leslie and Steven Powell know it's the holidays.
Tour the home: A Colonial Christmas
The rebirth of this 1815 Cape-style cottage was nothing less than arduous. Yet, decorating its interiors came easily to a consummate collector and his partner. Come the holidays, all that's required are a few natural touches including fruit, boughs, ribbons, and blossoms.
Tour the home: A New England Cottage at Christmas