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A Very Vintage Holiday Home Tour

Take a tour of this old house all dressed up for Christmas with vintage holiday decor.

Hi there… it’s been quite the holiday season around here already and December is just getting started. If you already visited my holiday front porch and kitchen already, then you’ve probably come to expect more vintage vibes in this Holiday Home tour. And, you would be right!

Whether you are popping over from Jamie Costiglio or you’ve been around the Seasonal Simplicity home tours since the beginning, I’m so happy to have you! This entire year has been such great fun and I’ve enjoyed sharing my simple seasonal touches with you.

My guests almost always use the back door at our house, so that’s where we’ll begin. Come on in.

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Vintage Holiday Home Tour

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This entryway recently got a classic farmhouse makeover this fall. So, this is my first holiday season to decorate it.

I decided to keep it simple, since this space fills up with coats, hats, boots and other warm-weather necessities this season. I’m recently loving copper accents and I thought it would dress up the black and white in this space.

Copper Holiday Accents

If I’m being completely honest, I purchased this adorable black plaid scarf because I thought it would look as good hanging up in here as it would on me. Please tell me I’m not the only person who does that.

Christmas Entryway

Vintage locker bins and this old bread shelf help to keep things tidy all winter. I love the timeworn look of this shelf, but I added a coat of polyurethane to protect it from rusting more.

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Christmas Decorated Entryway

Next we’ll stop in the dining room. If you remember from my fall home tour, we changed things up a bit by adding this bright coral empire buffet. I’m still in LOVE with this pop of color!

Holiday Vintage Globe Decor

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Last year I discovered these globe and antler ornaments in the clearance section. They couldn’t be more perfect in this space.

Globe Ornament Tree

I also moved this chalkboard from the wall so I could change it more easily. It’s a real slate chalkboard, so it can be a little quirky when I try to write in chalk.

This particular chalk art was inspired by a vintage holiday sign that was for sale in a pop up market I saw earlier this season. I adore retro signs and I love changing my chalkboard art with the seasons. Such a simple touch.

Christmas Chalkboard Art Lettering

Next, we’ll pop on over into the living room. Not much has changed with my tree this year.

Can I let you in on a little secret? The boys weren’t much interested in helping us decorate the tree this year (insert sad face). So, the hubby and I decided we weren’t putting all the ornaments out this year. Call it lazy or seasonal simplicity. Ha!

Holiday Decorated Vintage Living Room

But I did change up this smaller tree. Last year it was covered in vintage pennants. This year I displayed my Putz houses, camper and truck ornaments. And, that vintage Dr. Pepper soda cooler fits in perfectly, doesn’t it!?

Vintage Soda Box Tree Skirt

Putz House Tree

We found these old gas sign numbers a few years ago. They are my favorite!

Holiday Shelf Style

This coffee table is usually covered in toys, TV remotes and magazines, so keeping the holiday decor in this gold tray keeps things simple and uncluttered.

Vintage Holiday Globe Tray

And one final shot before we leave the living room. Remember the doll house I decorated last year? Well, Corey found me a metal barn to decorate this year! YAY!

Just as we did with the decorated vintage trucks, we added some holiday trimmings to the barn – as if it wasn’t festive enough with its red siding and green roof. So much cuteness.

Vintage Toy Barn Holiday

And that’s it. I love to find ways to dress up my everyday vintage items for the holidays. Real or faux greens, bottle brush trees and lights are just a few of my tricks. But there will always be color and there will always be retro finds – because that’s what makes our space feel like home.

Time to exit the way you came and head on over to Bless’er House next. I promise this furry beast will let you pass. He just loves that spot of afternoon sun.

Labrador Farmhouse Entryway

Now, prepare to be inspired with even more holiday decorated homes on the rest of the Seasonal Simplicity tour. I always find new ideas and inspiration on these tours so be sure to PIN away.


The Happy Housie / House by Hoff / at HOME with the barkers / Paint Me Pink / Cherished Bliss


Maison de Pax / House of Wood / Tidy Mom / The Turquoise Home / Rain on a Tin Roof


Jamie Costiglio / Robb Restyle (You’re Here!) / Bless’er House / Two Twenty One / Place of My Taste


Town & Country Living / A Burst of Beautiful / Deeply Southern Home / My Fabuless Life


Erin Spain / Nina Hendrick / The Wicker House/

Making Home Base /Sincerely Sara D / Just a Girl and Her Blog

Wishing you a very merry holiday season.

Kristy Robb

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Reader Interactions


  1. 3

    I am new to your blog and I just love it! Is there anyway you could tell me where you found that Laura Ingalls Wilder print? Thanks so much 🙂

  2. 5

    So fun and festive! I love all your vintage touches – it has such a collected feel! Thanks for joining in on this tour with us!

  3. 7

    Oh I so love your touch! I have copied a lot of your ideas! And it seems like you have started a trend with old trucks with Christmas trees in the back, they are everywhere this year!!

  4. 9

    I love your vintage style! Everything is so fun and creative. Your tree in the Dr Pepper cooler is my favorite, so whimsical and fun. Merry Christmas!

  5. 10

    While I’m obsessed with neutrals, I’m also obsessed with how colorful your home is! Always love seeing your home tours 🙂

  6. 13

    Always enjoy your posts since discovering you at Hob Knob Market in Peoria, IL. Where did you find your Laura Ingalls Wilder Print? Read her books as a child.

  7. 15

    Oh my goodness!!! Your home is so amazing and all of the vintage touches have me searching each and every image! Your new mudroom entrance is such an amazing first impression, I adore that cart!!!! My finger is sore from pinning, all gorgeous Kristy!
    Laurie xo

  8. 19

    You have some wonderful vintage finds and as much as I love them I feel it can be overwhelming and distracting with so many . Yes you might call me a mInimalist and I do not care for clutter so it is not something I would do! That is just me ! It is your home so if that is your “jam “ than go for it!!!

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