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2015 Christmas Home Tour- Part 1

This past weekend we opened the doors of our home to welcome locals in for live Christmas Home Tour. It was an amazing experience to be able to share my home and love of Christmas with old friends and new.  I want to start my home tour off by expressing my gratitude to everyone who came out to support this charitable event, I’m overwhelmed by the support and generosity of the community… plus completely flattered with all the lovely compliments I received, I’ve been hardly able to carry around my fat head all week!

Today I’m joining up with an amazing group of bloggers for the

Canadian Christmas Home Tour Hop

Hosted by Christina of The DIY Mommy  and and Shannon of AKA Design– if you are new to Fynes Designs, welcome!

White Village Christmas tree

Since we were opening our home up to the public, I really went all out this year, we have 10 lit trees and a handful of small ones! I know your jaw just dropped, but oddly enough it isn’t overwhelming. I just wish you could all walk though, it’s hard to capture everything. Today I’ll share the main part of our home, and in part 2 the bedrooms and bath.

Christmas village tree. Decorated with glistening houses and beautiful white bulbs

My natural tree is always my favourite, it’s the one Santa visits, and typically the one I pour my heart into. This tree was a bit on the Charlie Brown side when we stood it up in the stand. I was looking for something a bit spacious to fit larger ornaments, it’s a bit crooked and the branches are a bit too spaced. Thankfully, I had remembered a trick my friend Lucy at Craftberry Bush had shared last year (read all about her secret garland here) and it was the perfect solution for filling holes, and giving the most beautiful snowy perch for my village.

Christmas village tree. Decorated with glistening houses and beautiful white bulbs

I love how this tree looks in our newly styled living room. The tree against that stunning new Graham and Brown wallpaper in the background, makes me drool a tiny bit! I’m kinda in love with it… but more to come on that after the holidays.

Christmas village tree. Decorated with glistening houses and beautiful white bulbs

This home tour has 10 trees, click to see them all!

The inspiration for this tree all started when I seen Martha Stewarts magical village wreath last year, I just knew I had to have a magical village tree.

Christmas Home Tour 2015 Part 1 | Fynes Designs


Everything coordinates so well in the living room this year, and adding a new wool rug from RugsUSA really made the space so cozy and welcoming.

tree lit gift wrapping

…and the perfect place to do a little gift wrapping!

Christmas Home Tour-Part 1 |Fynes Designs

You’d think two trees in a small TV room would be over the top, but the glow is amazing. Oh and that new light fixture my cousin welded for me, yeah we’ll talk about that soon too!

Christmas Home Tour 2015 Part 1 | Fynes Designs

I shared the details of this little Wicker Emporium tree last week, read all about it here. 

Rustic Glam Christmas tree ideas

Rustic glam Christmas tree decor from The Wicker Emporium

The living room is the perfect place to curl up and enjoy a cup of tea, in the soft glow of the lights.

Christmas Home Tour Part 1 | Fynes Designs

This Christmas Countdown Calendar from Tiny Prints has been all the rage since arriving. The kids fight over who gets to write the number in each day. A small thing, but I think its going to be a great tradition.

Lucy I mentioned above also painted this fun little Christmas car, swing by to grab her 2015 freebie, it’s super cute!

Jolly Santa Christmas countdown wipeboard

I decided to add garlands to the doorways this Christmas, rather than just the banners like last year. There is so much green in my house its unreal!

Christmas door garland - Christmas Home Tour Part 1 | Fynes Designs

I hung my Fluffy Village Wreath on the garage door, love the natural textures of the ribbons together.

Christmas door garland - Christmas Home Tour Part 1 | Fynes Designs

Christmas Hutch

This home tour has 10 trees, click to see them all!

I did very little kitchen decorations this year, of course I gussied up the hutch.  Similar to last years decor, but kept the globes in their home!

Joy to the World

Each year I always have a natural theme tree, (see last years here) but this year I added pom poms to the mix, and I love how striking they are… and inexpensive too! I reused the ornaments I created last year for my barn rustic tree.

Rustic insipred tree | Christmas Home Tour- Part 1 | Fynes Designs

Isn’t this outdoorsy tree cute? I love how plump it is! And the perfect place to hang my North Pole sign (get the free cut file here).

Create pom poms for tree decorations- Create enough to fill a christmas tree for approx. $4

I sewed loads of pillows for our sofas this year, like this plaid guy.

Plaid Deer Pillow

Christmas Dining room. Christmas Home Tour Part 1 | Fynes Designs

At the other end of the table I have a little hot chocolate station, all ready to go.

Hot Chocolate station

Christmas Dining room decor with plaid monogram plates and personalized canvas art

The dining are is simply decorated, you can read all the details in this post.

Holiday plaid custom monogram plates from Shutterfly

We are loving our monogram plates from Shutterfly.

Christmas Home Tour Part 1 | Fynes Designs

This jolly St. Nick print is my absolute favourtie decoration this year, read all about him here. 

We Believe Vintage Santa Canvas from Shutterfly

The view from the end of the dining room is kinda fun, from my office chair I can actually see 6 trees! I wish I could capture them all at once in a photo!

Christmas Home Tour Part 1 | Fynes Designs

The foyer tree is done in all gold, but more of that to come.

Christmas Home Tour Part 1 | Fynes Designs

That concludes Part 1 of my Christmas Home Tour, I hope you’ll join me for part 2.

Click to see 10 beautifully decorated Christmas trees

I invite you to visit the rest of these Canadian ladies to drool over their homes too; you’re in for a special treat!

Canadian Bloggers Christmas Home Tour


AKA Design

Northern Style Exposure

The DIY Mommy


The Creek Line House

Restoration House



The Happy Housie

Nalle’s House


Clean and Scentsible

Fynes Designs (thats me)

Rambling Renovators

A Pop of Pretty

Click here to see last years home tour

Christmas home tour 2014

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  1. Wow…so lovely! Are all those trees real? I’m thinking not..but being from NS and all…you never know. 😉

    1. ha ha, no just the village tree is. If it weren’t for having a wood fire and them drying so quick I would love to have all real ones, the smell would be lovely!

  2. Ah-MA-ZING Virginia!!! So bummed I missed seeing it in person (we were in Moncton for the weekend). I LOVE it! Looking forward to part 2 (and I will totally be stealing some ideas!!).

    1. So happy to share Jenny! If you’re down this way over xmas you’ll have to pop in to see in person!

  3. Wow, you’ve been a busy gal. I’m finding it hard just getting one tree up this year! Looks great!

  4. I’m in LOVE with your outdoorsy tree!
    Your house sums up comfort & joy 🙂 It’s all so beautiful!

  5. Very Beautiful Virginia! I love the natural tree with the north pole sign beside it!

  6. Your trees are AMAZING Virginia! You have the most perfect ornament placement I’ve ever seen. I don’t know which tree I love best. Truly stunning!

    1. Thank you so much Jen, I appreciate that coming from you! xo

  7. Hi from Ontario. Your home is so beautifully decorated. The trees look amazing and how great to see so many from your chair. That would have been a home tour I would have loved to have been on. Thanks for sharing and I look forward to seeing more.

  8. Great job! I’m very jealous of the 6 trees, I can barely convince my husband to go for 2 trees! Just two!

    I love the shutter fly prints and plates, may have to do those myself 🙂


  9. Oh, Virginia, it’s all so beautiful!! I would loved to have made it down but, alas, my weekend was taken up with birthday celebrations!!

  10. Um, oh my goodness you are a Christmas tree MASTER! And three gorgeous trees? Or am I confused? Were there actually four? Wow- anyhow, they are all beautiful in their own way but that white one is breathtaking. Loved the tour Virginia, including you in your adorable Christmas apron. Wish I could have come for the real-life one!!

  11. You have such a knack for Christmas decor, Virginia. I’m in awe of every little detail. I love ALL the trees so far, but that village one is definitely my fave!

  12. It’s gorgeous! Wondering what the paint color on your living room wall is? It looks so nice with the wallpaper.

    1. I’ll be doing a post in the new year about it, its from Voice of color and its called Early Evening PPF 1006-3

  13. It’s all so gorgeous Virginia!!! I’ve been following along with your ten Christmas trees and am soooooo jealous! 😉 Can’t wait to see “Part 2”!

  14. SO STUNNING, Virginia! I think your first tree is one of my top favorites I’ve seen all year. Those little houses and that garland is so perfect! Hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas!

  15. I love your house, your decor, your trees… everything!! I think I have never seen a house with so many trees, but they all look so pretty!
    Thank you for sharing with us at #TwoUsesTuesday

    Enjoy your week!

  16. What an amazing home you have and your decorations are just fabulous, I love them all and one of the photos that stands out is the hutch with the aqua blue ornaments and tea pot!!!

    Thank you for stopping by the Oh My Heartsie Linky Party to share your tour, Kids holiday photos and Free Christmas Silhouette cut files, the Christmas Trio is wonderful!

    Wishing you a Merry Christmas!!

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