Tuesday, December 18, 2012

A Log Home Christmas

Hello!  I hope you had a good week and enjoying this Christmas season!

Today I thought I'd share some pictures of my home decorated for Christmas.  I love these days when the decorations are up, shopping is about done, and I can play some favorite Christmas carols and enjoy my home in the Christmas spirit.

Welcome and come in!  I have  tea or coffee ready for you!

My fireplace mantel all decorated for Christmas.

A little vignette behind the love seat.

My corner cabinet filled with my Mother's dishes and a Victorian family I made years ago.

Pictures toward dining room.  We got our share of snow and reflection from the Christmas tree.

Some decorations on top of my Grandma's china cabinet.  A church I found at a thrift store, silver set I gave my Mom and received back, and my favorite, my Mom's little girl reading a book beside a button tree my cousin Jan made for me.

My Grandfather made the manger and it is so precious to me.

Lastly, a window decoration in my kitchen.  My children and I made the tiny houses on the lower window sill back in the seventy's.  So many happy memories!  And what would be Christmas without making Christmas cookies without the Grandkids!  Grandson James and girlfriend Cassidy.


Thank you for taking the time out to visit me during this blessed Christmas season.  Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

I'll be joining the following parties this week:  A Return to Loveliness, Home, Open House, Share Your Cup Thursday, Simple and Sweet Fridays, Home Sweet Home, Feathered Nest Friday, Show and Tell Friday, and Pink Saturday.


Beth said...

Your log home is so gorgeous! Just love your exposed log walls! I liked looking out your window and seeing the snowy scene outside. Your fireplace is really stunning, and I like how you've deccorated your mantel. Liked seeing your kids making cookies too. Merry Christmas!!!

relevanttealeaf said...

I loved viewing every single photo, Nancy! Your log cabin home is BEAUTIFULLY decorated for Christmas. Loved seeing all the family mementos that make Christmas extra special. And how nice that your grandson and his girlfriend came to make Christmas cookies. There's no place like Grandma's house!

Sylvia said...

Beautiful log cabin, I love all the windows and snow too. The fireplace makes it so cozy. Merry Christmas!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

You have a warm and festive wonderful home - the perfect house for snowy cold Michigan winters with a fire and a nice hot cuppa!

The clock on your mantle is amazing, it is stunning!

Your family baking cookies= priceless!

Thanks so much for visiting me and for your comment- is very appreciated!


Terri said...

Your home looks so festive and beautiful. Especially your lovely tree all lit up!
And you have such a good collection of holiday decorations. It all look so good.
Love your pinecone dishes!
Hugs and Happy Holidays,

Pamela M. Steiner said...

Love, love, love this! A Log Cabin Christmas...my dream someday! Beautifully decorated...so peaceful and homey. Thank you for sharing with us. I truly enjoyed this Christmas tour!
Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Joy said...

So pretty, warm, and welcoming! Love the windows with the view of the snowy outdoors, as well as all the special touches indoors.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Nancy, your home is just gorgeous! I could spend Christmas there easily. Love the fireplace. It reminds me of the fireplace my Daddy built in our first home when I was a little girl. All your decorations are charming and beautifully displayed. Thank you for sharing with us and I wish you and your family a beautiful and blessed Christmas.

Blessings and hugs,

xinex said...

Your home is so beautiful and so warm. It looks so cozy. I love your Christmas trees. My favorite is the picture with the lit tree and the fireplace....Christine

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...


Thanks so much for your visit and very kind comment!!

I love your Christmas decor especially the Victorian family that you said you made????
They are lovely!!
The pics with the snow outside your window are breathtaking!!

Wishing you and your a very Marry Christmas!!


Sweet Posy Dreams said...

Everything looks so festive! Love your bottle brush tree collection. I have a very small collection of six, but I just love them. Looks like you also have a perfect Christmas view from your windows of the evergreens and snow. We are expecting our first snow today and are hoping it sticks around for a white Christmas.

Gabriela Delworth said...


Thanks so much for your kind comment! I love log houses and yours looks amazing!
We have no snow yet. Can you believe it? It's all in the East and West coast right now...

Happy Holidays!


Rosetta said...

Bellissimo tutto anche il panorama fuori!Baci,Rosetta

Debra said...

I want to come visit ! Everything is so lovely...and what a tree! Your place is cozy as can be and wonderfully decorated...I love those carolers!

Carlene @ Organized Clutter said...

Love the thrifted church. The girl with the book is cute too.
Lovely silver and so nice to have the sentimental stable from grandpa.

kitty said...

Oh my goodness, my dream would be to have a log home!! I LOVED seeing yours and how it's all decorated with treasures! The view outside is just the BEST ever. I loved seeing the cookie baking kids, too.
p.s. Did I ever tell you that we lived in MI for a short time before moving to Texas?

Magnolia Cottage said...

Thanks for sharing your log home all decorated for Christmas. Looks fabulous!
Merry Christmas,

Chenille Cottage said...

Merry Christmas, Nancy!
I can't think of anything better than spending Christmas in a log home. The snow outside your windows is beautiful. Everything looks so festive and cozy.
Thank you for sharing and for your kind comment on my blog.
Carolynn xxx

Micupoftea~ said...

Hello Nancy~ What a warm, inviting home. We do not have white Christmases, so this looks picturesque! We have sun and swaying palm trees and it would be nice if we had a visit from Jack Frost. Happy Christmas- thanks for visiting my blog.

TracyMB @ Crows Feet Chic said...

What a wonderfully cozy space to decorate! Love your fireplace and collie print, your grandma's china cabinet and your hired cookie help! Visiting from Simple & Sweet Fridays! :)

Bernideen said...

I love that breakfast window where you see the trees outside - all your decorations are wonderful and especially the old white church - very vintage looking. Thanks so much for linking. I have a clock like yours - but mine is green.

Denise said...

So enjoyed visiting you this Christmas.Thank you for visiting Me.Your home is lovely,what gorgeous pics.of the beautiful reflection in your living room against the snow.Merry Christmas!

Denise said...

Oh, it must be your dinning room.Wonderful windows !

Chubskulit Rose said...

You have such a lovely decorations!

Happy Holidays!

SweetPepperRose said...

You have a lovely log home! I like your collection of tea pots.

Jann Olson said...

Nancy, now how come I didn't realize until now that you lived in a log cabin? Such charm! I love the view of the frosty trees from your gorgeous windows. You have so many precious treasures. Love the church and the girl reading the book. Thanks so much for sharing with Share Your Cup.
Hugs and Merry Christmas,

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Happy Holidays! Your log home is stunning and Christmassy :) Seasons Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

Donna said...

Your cabin is lovely, but I'm looking at that beautiful, snowy view out the windows. :)

Dru said...

A lovely post - I especially like the photo of your dining area looking out on snow covered trees and your Christmas tree lights reflected in the window. Isn't it wonderful living in the mountains! We too have snow falling ou out trees today and definitely expect a white christmas. Merry Christmas to you and yours, Dru

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

Beautiful home. I love the feel and had to look three or four times to see if those snow covered pine trees were real outside the window....amazing Christmas setting....what a dream.

Ruthie Miller said...

Love the views. You have the perfect location for a Christmas setting. You did such a wonderful job decorating. You can feel the warmth and comfort of your home.
Love the little girl in the picture before your grandfather's nativity which is very special too and your cloche is beautiful and displayed with such a pretty scape
Thank you for sharing.
Happy Christmas! Ruthie

Jody and Stan said...

Nancy, Congrats! You've been featured at Simple & Sweet Fridays for your beautiful Log Home Christmas!
Don't forget to grab a feature button. Have a wonderful holiday week!


Kathryn Ross said...

Nancy - you live in our dream home! My husband swoons for a log cabin - and your pictures look like an LL Bean catalog setting - especially with that lovely snow out the windows. So many beautiful treasures to dot your Christmas landscape - and I love how they all have sentimental stories, too. Same with me - after so many years collection they all have stories to tell. Thanks for giving us a tour - Joy to you this new year!