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These rustic farmhouse holiday home decor ideas are simple to add in your own home and are sure to add extra holiday charm to your decor! [post contains affiliate links, which means we may make a small commission, at NO additional cost to you, if a purchase is made. thanks for supporting north country nest!]

rustic holiday entryway decor

Are you in the mood for some major holiday decor inspiration? Good, because we’re joining in on a holiday home tour that is sure to give you some ah-mazing ideas.

Today we’re showing off the entryway, living room and kitchen. Want even more? You can check out our guest bedroom here and the front porch here.

rustic entryway table with holiday decor

I decked out our entryway table with a mishmash of trees and dollar store ornaments. On the wall, I kept it simple with a plain green wreath in front of an old window and draped a homemade garland from one side of the barn wood to the other.

rustic entryway vignette for the holidays

To add some cozy, I grabbed a basket and stuffed it with a pillow and throw.

holiday basket in entryway

For our builtins, I kept things simple (shocking, I know) and draped a table runner over the top of the shelf and added a few pillows along with another throw.

entryway built ins for the holiday

Around the corner, I topped the bookshelf with another table runner – because you really can’t have too much buffalo check, can you?!

holiday decor and book shelf

Speaking of buffalo check, I went on a throw pillow-making spree last month and sewed so. many. pillow. covers.

I love the pops of red and black against the gray couch.

holiday living room decor

For the coffee table, another table runner… Then I put some dried eucalyptus (leftover from the five minute centerpiece a few weeks ago) and added faux cranberry stems.

couches with buffalo check throw pillows

I did a similar floral setup in the kitchen – dried eucalyptus with faux cranberry stems on the kitchen island. And of course, no holiday home would be complete without a cranberry scented candle 🙂

holiday kitchen decor

I kept it simple for the open shelves – added a homemade garland across the top and a small Christmas tree.

rustic holiday decor for the kitchen

Last, but not least, we tried a new spot in the living room for the Christmas tree and we love it. Since we didn’t have the half wall up this time last year, we had the tree in front of the large picture window closer to the kitchen.

living room and entryway decorated for the holidays

The addition of the half wall creates really nice separation and a perfect nook for the tree. The dogs aren’t too impressed because it blocks one of their favorite spots for window watching, but it’s in the perfect vantage point for the entryway window.

living room with holiday decor

And that, friends, is our holiday home! Be sure to check out all the other amazing bloggers on this tour – their links below!

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All our best,

North Country Nest // Joy in Our Home // Postcards from the Ridge // Sand Dollar Lane // Town and Country Living


A Blue Nest // DIY Beautify // Making it in the Mountains // Twelve on Main

The Frugal Homemaker // A Tattered Pew // Virginia Sweet Pea

Aratari At Home // The Honeycomb Home // Life on the Bay Bush Blog // Frazzled Joy // Cozy Traditional Home

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farmhouse holiday home decor ideas


  1. Paula

    Your home looks lovely and inviting decorated for Christmas. I love all of the buffalo check that you used. That pattern says Christmas to me and ups the coziness of your space. Your coffee table and island centerpieces are both so pretty. I need some dried Eucalyptus in my life! Thanks for hosting the blog hop. I hope you and Brett have a wonderful Christmas.

    • North Country Nest

      Thank you so much, Paula! And yes, you need more eucalyptus in your life – it’s the best!

  2. Kendra | www.joyinourhome.com

    Your home is lovely all decked out for the holidays, Kelly! Love all the rustic decor and the plaid too! Thanks for organizing this blog hop and Merry Christmas!

  3. Cindy

    Kelly you have created such a warm, inviting and cozy home! I love all your Christmas touches! May you have a merry and blessed Christmas

    • North Country Nest

      Thank you, Cindy! We try to keep it as warm and cozy as we can through the construction 🙂

  4. Amanda

    This is so pretty and cozy, Kelly! As usual! Hope you guys have a Merry Christmas!

  5. Angie @ Postcards from the Ridge

    Kelly, your home is so cozy and welcoming and decorated so beautifully for Christmas. I love the rustic wood wall and brick floor in the entry area. Thank you for hosting the tour! Have a wonderful Christmas.

    • North Country Nest

      Thank you so much, Angie! Those features are some of our favorites, too!

  6. Sara Smith

    Kelly This is so amazing! what i love in your post is the Christmas tree. I Love all the decor and the plaid too!

    Merry Christmas!

  7. Leen Curinga

    Your home looks so festive and cozy. I think you found the perfect spot for the tree!


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