If you love Christmas cottage style, this is the tour for you. This beautiful cottage has vintage Christmas decor mixed with farmhouse style and layers of textures and patterns.

Christmas cottage decor

I live in Hallmarkville.

You know.

The town that has a downtown square with wreaths that twinkle and passerbyers with hot chocolate and an annual tree lighting and historic homes festooned with lights and people that wave when you walk your dog.

The shopkeepers know you by name and some you went to high school with and some that you go to book club with once a month.

And there’s a pie shop that serves nothing but pies and coffee.

And Santa Claus stops by once a year.

And around the corner at the end of the block is the cutest place on the planet.

Are you ready?

Are you set?

Want to take a tour of a Christmas cottage?

Christmas cottage wreathIt belongs to my friend, Gina.

There are wreaths on the windows and the doors and an adorable courtyard with vintage furniture and a lantern and its own set of vintage shutters.

decorating a Christmas cottage door

Here’s the front door.

It has a reindeer mat with stone urns and boxwood trees and wood planks on the front porch.

And a beautiful boxwood wreath with a checked bow.

But the best part?

When Gina invites you over for coffee?

It looks like this.

A smile.

A welcome.

A friend just waiting to hear what you’ve been up to.

Christmas cottage style

Christmas cottage seating and chandelier

There’s a parlor just beyond those doors that tells you hello.

A parlor with chairs and a vintage sideboard and a window seat.

And a wreath hung on the door in the Christmas cottage.

There’s a living room that twinkles Merry Christmas.

With a mirror that reflects the chandeliers.

And stockings hung on the fireplace with care.

There are vintage bulbs on the tree.

And glittered monograms tied onto each stocking.

And the prettiest set of french doors that lead into the dining room in the Christmas cottage.

Christmas cottage silverware dining room

There’s a farmhouse table.

And tufted chairs.

And vintage silverware on the sideboard.

Christmas cottage silver

There’s Gina’s collection of vintage glassware on the table.

And Gina decorating.

And the sweetest metal nativity saying O Holy Night in the Christmas cottage.

Christmas cottage kitchen Christmas cottage print

And now?

For coffee?

There’s the kitchen with its small farmhouse table and built-in bench and vintage kitchen island and distressed pantry door.

There’s a small hallway off the kitchen in this Christmas cottage.

With a built-in hutch.

And a barn door that slides in front of the bathroom.

That looks like this.

With a vintage architectural piece over the window and a ruffled shower curtain.

And hooks with vintage towels.

Next door down the hallway of the Christmas cottage there’s a bedroom with pine floors.

And an armoire.

And four poster bed.

And ruffled bed linens.

Christmas cottage

It’s all amazing.

And sweet.

And wonderful.

Just like you, Gina.

Merry Christmas from the Christmas cottage and the streets of our town to yours.

And now?

It’s time for coffee. 🙂

PS Just put together a fun pin board of all things Christmas.

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  1. Image for Mary in VA Mary in VA

    This house is so pretty! Will definitely be copying a few things. Thanks Gina, for sharing your lovely home with us.

  2. Image for Amber Ferguson Amber Ferguson

    What a wonderful tour! Thanks for sharing with us at TFT. I will be featuring you this Thursday! Happy November!

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