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Vintage Christmas Decorating

This big Christmas tour is perfect for vintage loving people so grab a cup of cocoa and get inspired!

Vintage Christmas House Tour graphic.

I love vintage items and this year I decorated my whole house with a vintage Christmas decorating theme. I can’t wait to show you!

I’m also participating in the Holidays Housewalk hosted by my friend Jennifer Rizzo so be sure to visit all the other tours at the end of this post! There are 33 houses in total for you to virtually tour.

Okay, let’s get started! Come on in to my holiday living room.

A flocked White Christmas tree in the living room beside a white fireplace.


If you are a regular follower of mine, you know I love French and vintage decor and I’m in love with soft neutrals.

French inspired Christmas stockings are hanging above the fireplace.

This year I got a gorgeous new Christmas tree. It is stunning!

An all White Christmas tree with wooden accents.

I recently found these old wooden school desks on my recent junking day with blogger friends.

Wooden vintage desks are beside the White Christmas tree.

The Joyeux Noel sign I recently made with my Silhouette machine.

A mirror and small Christmas trees are on the mantel in the living room.
Small jars with Christmas trees are on the coffee table.
Beautiful bottle brush trees!
A stuffed bunny is on the wooden seat of the desk.

dining room

This year I’ve done quite a few posts on my dining room goals and this past week I just painted the interior of that cabinet.

A table in the dining room with mini trees and candles on it.
There are vintage wreaths with French ribbon on the back of the bench in the dining room.

The living room is very neutral so I decided to bring some hints green and red into this room.

I added lots of red faux berries around the mirror I painted and along the rustic buffet.

A vintage bucket is on the console table.

Faux evergreen garland draped over the cabinet looks so pretty!

A wooden shelving unit with wine has fresh evergreen garland.

 I decorated this old 7-up crate with bottle brush trees. I filled green mason jars with epsom salts and candles.

I’m loving this green tablescape.

It goes so nicely with my Pottery Barn Christmas plates and mugs.

The dining room table is filled with candles and holiday inspired plates.

This beauty was another find from my recent junking day.

The kids love playing with it. Mommy, what is this?

Check out how you can antique a mirror.

A vintage typewriter with a branch of berry.

 I also gave this cabinet a cowhide look. I love how it looks with Christmas decor.

A chippy dresser with the old typewriter on top.
Beautiful Christmas vignette with the typewriter.

I wrapped some jute webbing around two grapevine wreaths and tied them with twine to the back of the white bench.

A view of the dining room decorated for christmas.
The cutlery polished on the table.
Bottle brush trees are on the holiday table.


I’m so excited about my new kitchen renovation!

We had it renovated in the spring but I recently had the rest of walls in the eating area tiled with subway tile. Best decision ever!

There is a wreath on the subway tile in the kitchen.

I had fun playing around with my vintage items and greenery.

Green Christmas decor Holiday Housewalk by somuchbetterwithage.com

I found these trophies on Decor Steals.

A silver trophy cup is filled with oranges on the table.
Christmas trophies Holiday Housewalk.


I added my glittery vintage postcards to this old wooden ladder.

A ladder with Christmas pictures on it.

This is my crock-mas tree. I even recently made my own crocks. Update: you can see the new way I made a DIY crock along with a video!

A Christmas wreath lit up in the foyer.

I found this old sled at a local antique shop. I added some jingle bells to the top. Adorable.

A wooden sleigh is beside the Christmas tree.
Candles are on top of a vintage suitcase.

I wrapped my bannisters with more faux holiday garland. Isn’t it gorgeous?

Garland lines the railing on the staircase.

 I added a string of Christmas lights to some wire baskets for more light around my crock-mas tree.

Crock Christmas tree / Holiday Housewalk by somuchbetterwithage.com

I hope you enjoyed my vintage Christmas decor! Be sure to check out all the other tours in Jennifer Rizzo‘s Holiday Housewalk.

Make sure to pin it for later!

Vintage Christmas poster.

Click in Case You Missed:

Crock-Mas Tree

Crock-Mas Tree graphic.

French Christmas Dining Room

French Dining Room Christmas Tour graphic.

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  1. So pretty, Jamie! I love it all. I also love the images you took in your kitchen. I’m dreaming of subway tile in mine and I love how all the greenery and antique touches look in there! x

    1. Pam, you ‘crock’ me up! I read this to my husband. He’s been saying ‘crock’ phrases for the past 2 weeks now. That’s crock-erific, crock-tastic. This one was awesome! Thanks so much for your sweet comment.
      Hugs, Jamie

  2. I just love your home! Your tree is so unique-all the elements you used look great together. The greenery is so pretty with your neutrals, and your crock tree is so clever. Great job!

  3. So beautiful Jamie!! The perfect thing to wake up to and enjoy pouring over as I drink my morning coffee. I want to come over and wander around taking in all the gorgeous details as I sip on some hot mulled wine (would you serve me that?). You are so talented and you have created such a beautiful, warm, cozy and inviting home with amazing unique and collected vintage touches. That cowhide dresser with the vintage typewriter is awesome! And the kitchen looks amazing with the subway tile all the way up. You have converted me a little to your love of neutrals…even I am trying out a more neutral palette this Christmas (well, at least as much as possible for me, I still have blue walls….lol).

  4. Jamie everything is totally swoon-worthy!! Those crocks all stacked up?? Oh my goodness that was genius! Your home is beautiful and I loved this tour so much!

  5. Oh. My. Goodness. Your house looks amazing. You need your own spread in House and Home! Now the question is when are you coming to make over my townhouse? I can pay you in baked goods 😉

  6. Wow Jamie. Just simply amazing. The decor is stunning and I absolutely LOVE the tree. All the rooms look just perfect. I can smell the apple pie baking in your oven.

  7. Gorgeous! Every last thing is superb! I LOVE the tree you created out of crocks – and your white tree! I’ve been debating getting a white tree. Maybe next year!

  8. Wow, everything in your home is so cozy and inviting! I love your table setting with the mini trees, so cute! Really everything is gorgeous!

    Ps, stopping by from EC2blog I’m Monica’s assistant! 🙂

  9. Jamie – I love it! Your crock tree is fabulous! And all of those bottle-brush trees… so sweet!

    You’ve done such a gorgeous job, friend. It’s so Chrsitmassy and rustic and French country…. love love love it.

    1. Lauren, thank you so much! That means a lot. I simply adore your blog and style too. We MUST collaborate on something together in the New Year.
      Big hugs, Jamie

  10. Oh my gosh, how pretty!!! I love the crate with the little potted trees, the canning jar snow globes, and the crock tree! How awesome!


    1. Thanks again, Katie. Yes, the photos were a lot! And a lot to go through (which made it harder to choose from!) but it was a lot of fun to do this year.
      Big hugs, Jamie

  11. Whoa, this just took Holiday decorating to a new level! And I’m not even sure exactly how, but I could actually feel the serenity in that room with the white tree. One again, you have taken my breath away…

  12. Your house is one of my favorites from all the homes I’ve seen this holiday. You’ve done an amazing job and your home is beautiful. I choose it as my feature this week for our party. Thanks for always linking up with us. Have a great holiday, Jamie!

    1. Thank you so much, Jamie! I simply adore your style and blog. We must do something together in the New Year, okay? A collaboration 😉
      Hugs, Jamie

    1. Hi Judi,
      I bought them at a local store here in Vancouver, Canada called Country Furniture but they were on sale and I believe I bought most of them. They are Wendy Addison ornaments. Sorry I can’t be more helpful.
      Hugs, Jamie

      1. Can you email me a good description of them and I could try to make them? Ex. are they paper? are they stiff? Do they have a backing? Maybe even a close up and pic of the back? I lost 4 family members in one year and I have a separate tree of butterflies in memory of all my lost ones. Would love to have some of those.

  13. Hi Jamie, we love your style! Honestly I could have looked through all 500 photos :-). Thank you for joining the Design Happy 2nd annual blog link party. Happy New Year! Your friends at HomeGoods

  14. I loved the way you’ve used the French vintage décor, it looks classy as well as trendy. All of these are eye-grabbing. I thoroughly enjoy your concept of the Holiday House walk. I’m surely going to try some of your ideas. Thank you for sharing.

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