Christmas Nights Tour

Welcome to my Christmas nights tour!

Christmas Nights Tour

Welcome to the Christmas Nights Tour! This is the first time I’ve taken night time photos and it was challenging but fun. Thank you so much, Rachel from Maison de Pax, for inviting me. She always does amazing Christmas night tours.

If you are coming over from Finding Silver Pennies, I’m so glad you’re here. If you haven’t seen Danielle’s beautiful tour, be sure to do so.

We’ll start off this tour with a rare glimpse of the exterior of my house and you can see it just snowed again!

Christmas Nights Tour

It’s been rare to have chilly temperatures and snow here in Vancouver in December. We’re hoping it stays around for Christmas.

Here is my glittered and jewelled tree. I love how cozy my living room feels with the tree and garland and candles.

Christmas Nights Tour

My Christmas mantel looks so pretty at night with the twinkling lights.

I made these vintage stockings and have a free sewing pattern for you to download.

Christmas Nights Tour
Christmas Nights Tour
Christmas Nights Tour
Christmas Nights Tour
Christmas Nights Tour
Christmas Nights Tour

You can see my full Christmas dining room tour here.

I have a tutorial in the tour on how to recreate this snowy centrepiece at your home without messing up your table.

Christmas Nights Tour
Christmas Nights Tour
Christmas Nights Tour
Christmas Nights Tour

It’s so beautiful looking out at the snow from the table.

Christmas Nights Tour

Thank you so much for being on this tour with me today. It was fun to try night time photography and I think I will do it every year.

Now be sure to continue the tour at Decor Gold Designs. I love Jennifer’s beautiful home and her impeccable style, you will not be disappointed!

Be sure to watch a short video on my snowy vintage Christmas decor!

Make sure to pin it for later!

click in case you missed:

DIY Easy & Pretty Christmas Wreath

DIY Snowy Centrepiece


MONDAY

Christmas Nights Tour: Incredible! 35 beautiful homes all decorated for the holidays and lit up by candlelight and Christmas lights...

Maison de Pax | Finding Silver Pennies | So Much Better With Age | Decor Gold Designs
French Country Cottage | Ella Claire Inspired | Love Grows Wild

TUESDAY

Christmas Nights Tour: Incredible! 35 beautiful homes all decorated for the holidays and lit up by candlelight and Christmas lights...

Liz Marie Blog | The Turquoise Home | A Burst of Beautiful | Nina Hendrick Design Co.
Cherished Bliss | Shabbyfufu | Shades of Blue Interiors

WEDNESDAY

Christmas Nights Tour: Incredible! 35 beautiful homes all decorated for the holidays and lit up by candlelight and Christmas lights...

Making Home Base | Lindsay Hill Interiors | Zevy Joy | Fox Hollow Cottage
Blesser House | Designthusiasm | TIDBITS

THURSDAY

Christmas Nights Tour: Incredible! 35 beautiful homes all decorated for the holidays and lit up by candlelight and Christmas lights...

Place of My Taste | Life on Virginia Street | Sunny Side Up | House by Hoff
Stylehouse Interiors | At Home With the Barkers | Beneath My Heart

FRIDAY

Christmas Nights Tour: Incredible! 35 beautiful homes all decorated for the holidays and lit up by candlelight and Christmas lights...

Kelly Elko | The Happy Housie | Setting for Four | Rooms FOR Rent
Thistlewood Farms | Just a Girl and Her Blog | The Wood Grain Cottage

Christmas Nights Tour: Incredible! 35 beautiful homes all decorated for the holidays and lit up by candlelight and Christmas lights...

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22 Comments

  1. Jamie, it’s so fun seeing your home photographed at night, because I’ve admired you decor in your daylight posts. Everything looks just gorgeous!! You’ve really captured the warmth and sparkle that night time brings, especially in your stunning mantel! Wishing you the merriest Christmas!!

  2. Over on the Island, the snow is just about gone after last night’s rain. I guess no white Christmas for us. It is pretty!
    Love your night pics. I think my favourite part is the sled with candles in front of the fireplace. It all looks magical and romantic.

  3. Jamie, everything looks amazing! You did a phenomenal job photographing at night! It was my first time too, so I know how challenging it can be. You are incredibly talented my friend! I hope you have a Merry Christmas!

  4. Thank you for the stocking pattern. I had leftover dropcloth fabric from curtains I made for my daughter and used that for the stockings after I taped them off and painted varied width red stripes along the top to look like vintage grain sacks. Then I made and painted matching fabric gift bags that I put things in and tied up with red ribbon. They are in a small red wagon on my hearth with some pine and it all looks so nice. A larger one holds a container and a small artificial tree. I even ripped 2 inch strips of fabric, painted stripes and made ribbon. I appreciate the pattern and tutorial very much. Merry Christmas to you and to your family.

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