We thought it might be a good idea to put together a one-stop blog post about all the renovation details and decor of our holiday house. We are getting headed toward our two-year anniversary of owning this house, which feels just crazy to me. Time flies! I’m also going to link all the before and after room tours in case you want to learn more about what we did in each room other than the decor choices.
First up is the kitchen.
This house has two living room spaces. First up, let’s check out the formal living room.
And just for fun, here is this space and others in the house during the holidays last year. Yes, there are three Christmas trees. Maybe I got a little carried away? Ha.
The dining room is located between the formal living room and kitchen. We actually haven’t shared a proper tour of this room, but you can see it best in this Friendsgiving post.
You can also see this room decorated with a skeleton dinner party for Halloween last year.
This house has three proper bedrooms. The main bedroom has an extra living space next to it, which is really cute.
Main bedroom details: Wallpaper (similar) / Bed Frame / Loveseat is no longer available, but here is similar one / Rug / Macrame Wall Hanging / Abstract Art / Missouri Art Print / Pouf / Bedding is from IKEA / Throw Pillows and Side Table from Home Goods.
The house also has this extra bedroom that could be a playroom (as we use it) or an office.
We had our contractor add the glass doors, and we found the vintage door knobs on eBay.
Decor details: Trundle Bed / Rug / Ceiling Fan / Small Picnic Table / Toy and Art Supply Cart / Bedding from IKEA / Curtains from TJ Maxx / Yellow Throw Pillow / Wooden School Chair and Rocking Horse are vintage.
We only renovated one of the three bathrooms in the home, which you can see more of here. But, many of the details in this room we used in the other bathrooms too (like the color/brand of faucets, etc.).
The holiday house has a second living room in the back of the house where we have a TV and piano. It’s kind of a “great room” because it’s so big!
Room details: Ceiling Fans / Sectional* / Coffee Table* / Rug (similar here) / Media Console* / Console Table / Wicker Chair (similar) / Wooden Folding Chair is Vintage / Piano was a Craigslist Find / Faux Fiddle Leaf / Throw Pillows from HomeGoods / Black and White Photos (old family photos I enlarged) / Wildflower Tapestry / State Flower Tapestry.
I think that’s pretty much everything, but if you have a question about something I missed, let me know in the comments and we can get it added. Thanks! -Emma