I’m linking up with Jennifer Rizzo’s holiday housewalk in hopes of being invited to participate in next years Christmas home tour. We’re talking the best of the best Christmas homes you’ve ever seen! You can see all of the amazing homes on this years holiday housewalk here.
As I slowly make changes to my decor or add a new piece, I find that I am constantly incorporating more and more industrial chic into my home. This years Christmas decor was no exception. I started with a few silver and red ornaments and my industrial chic Christmas living room just took off from there!
My father passed on his childhood truck to my son and it looks just adorable tucked underneath the snowy branches of my tree.
A vintage milk crate and a tree skirt of faux fur help add a soft touch of industrial chic.
I borrowed a few pieces from my industrial office, like this wooden desk chair. It makes me think of that great 1920’s vintage look.
I kept the tree decorations pretty simple this year. Glass balls, ribbon, poinsettia, pine cones, and a few white snowflakes made for me by my grandmother was all that was needed.
My DIY pallet table found a new home this Christmas by the front door. I love it so much here, It’s going to be staying even after the holidays.
The metal wall art is just another example of my obsession with the industrial look.
The 20 degree weather here makes it easy to stay inside with a cup of tea and wrap presents.
My favorite space to decorate this year was one small corner in the living room.
The black metal shelf was the perfect addition to my industrial chic living room.
The stockings were hung with a cute little antique ski holder. My little man was less than impressed to find his stocking was full of tree cuttings.
I’m going to be on the lookout for more industrial goodness to add to my home. I especially love this look at Christmas.
I hope you all have a merry Christmas, and thank you for stopping by.