Hello friends! Today is a special day–I am honored to be a part of the Blogger’s Best Holiday Home Tour. You will be able to virtually walk through over thirty homes decorated for the season, and (hopefully) be inspired along the way as you plan your own festive decor! If you have arrived from Lindsay’s beautiful home, welcome. A big thank you to Mansa from This is Simplicite and Kelly from The Tattered Pew for hosting. For my portion of the tour, I will be sharing our neutral Christmas home tour through the entryway, dining room, and living room. I’m keeping things simple this season with festive greenery, metallic ornaments, cozy textures, and lots of twinkle lights. Cozy up with some hot cocoa and let’s begin!

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Neutral Christmas Home Tour: Entryway

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Neutral Christmas home tour, neutral Christmas entryway

I always enjoy styling our entry console for the seasons. This year I kept things simple with faux cedar branches (similar), brown bottle brush trees, and twinkle lights! Finally, this vintage fabric print from our living room adds extra coziness.

Neutral Christmas Home Tour: Dining Room

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pretty toy storage, cube organizer, dining room, wall baskets
neutral Christmas tree, metallic ornaments, wood bead garland
Christmas dining room, neutral Christmas tree, wicker tree collar, board and batten, coastal Christmas

The next stop on this neutral Christmas home tour is the dining room. This is my first time adding a tree to the dining room for Christmas! I recently made over this space for the One Room Challenge which took the room from builder grade “bleh” to something special. Our dining room doubles as a play room for our two young kiddos, so I am always moving toys around when I take photos 😉 The cube organizer is a great place to hide toys and games. The star of the show here is our king noble fir artificial tree (gifted to me as a part of a collaboration on Instagram). I love the sparse look and kept it minimal with metallic ornaments and wood bead garlands.

Modern Christmas Living Room

modern Christmas tree, ribbon tied on tree, coastal Christmas, wood accent chairs
winter living room, woven roman shade, round coffee table

I will be sharing more photos of our wintery living room next week, but wanted to give a sneak peek here! I still love our cashmere artificial Christmas tree that I purchased a few years ago, and dressed it up with some wine colored ribbons. We have since added our family ornaments to this tree, so it is much more “collected” looking now 😉 As much as I enjoy a minimal look, it is so special to see our keepsakes and to decorate with the kiddos. Do you use family ornaments on your tree, or stick to one style? Leave me a comment below!

Thank you so much for stopping by Caitlin Marie Design today. To continue on today’s tour, hop over to Paula’s beautiful home. You may also find all of the homes on our tour linked below:

Monday’s Tours

The Tattered Pew // My Thrift Store Addiction // Simply 2 Moms

Worthing Court // Bricks N’ Blooms // Open Doors Open Hearts

Tuesday’s Tours

Lora B Create and Ponder // This Is Simplicite

Shiplap and Shells // The Ponds Farmhouse //

Wednesday Tour’s

Stone Gable // Midwest Life And Style // Follow The Yellow Brick Home 

Noting Grace // My Wee Abode // The Farmhouse Life

Thursday’s Tours

Aratari At Home // Caitlin Marie Design // Sweet Pea

Fiddle Leaf Blog // First Day Of Home // White Arrows Home

Friday’s Tours

Cottage On Bunker Hill // The Aspiring Home // Lantern Lane Designs 

DIY Beautify // Cassie Bustamante // The Flowering Farmhouse

Check back next week for more holiday inspiration! You may also sign up for my email list so you never miss a post, and follow along on Instagram 🙂 Merry Christmas! XO,

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  1. Your home looks beautiful decked out for Christmas! Both trees are so pretty and I honestly thought that they were real trees, not faux. Enjoy every moment of this wonderful Christmas season!

    1. Thank you so much Paula! Loved joining you for this fun tour 🙂

  2. What a lovely home! I agree with Paula–your trees DO look real! Have a joyous Christmas season! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

    1. That means so much to me Cecilia! Merry Christmas to you!

  3. Your home is stunning, Caitlin. I especially love your beautiful, cozy, neutral tree!

    1. Jen, thank you so much! Love your timeless and festive decor 🙂

  4. Lindsay Aratari says:

    Your home is so cozy and inviting! I love all the neutral touches!

  5. Your home is so beautiful! And the trees are perfectly styled for the rooms they are in.

  6. I can’t believe those trees are artificial! They are so beautiful! And the way you styled them is just perfect! I’m swooning over all the gold on the tree in your dining room. What a beautiful home you have!

  7. Rachel Harper says:

    This is just simply beautiful. So happy to be on this tour with you.

  8. Beautiful tour; I love the tree in the dining room with the simple gold and white touches, very elegant. Enjoy the Merry season with your littles!

  9. Caitlin your neutral Christmas tour was simply beautiful! I loved all of the details on your tree! You have such a lovely style my friend. Have a very Merry Christmas!

  10. How beautiful Caitlin! I really enjoyed your home tour and your tree is beautiful! Happy Holidays! xoxo

  11. Caitlin everything is just beautiful! I love your tree!

  12. Absolutely lovely home, Caitlin! So clean and sophisticated. I really like your decorating style! I’m glad I’m not the only one stashing toys away when I’m photographing, too. This year, I actually gave my boys their own tree to decorate so I could let them go to town with it. Merry Christmas!

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