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Cozy Neutral Winter Home Tour

Cozy Neutral Winter Home Tour

Hello everyone and welcome to my cozy neutral winter home! If you are visiting from my dear friend Debra’s beautiful blog, Common Ground, I am so glad you are here! I am happy to share my home with you today and to celebrate the winter season. Being a lover of all things white, I certainly love the beauty of snow. If we must have a winter then let it snow! It may be cold outside, but it is easy to create a warm and welcoming winter home using neutral decor and woodland accents. Although I could do without the extreme cold, I love a crisp winter day with a bit of snow outside. Days like those are perfect for settling in and celebrating the coziness of home.

cozy neutral winter home tour hygge style winter neutrals

This morning I awoke to find around four inches of freshly fallen snow, our first big snow of 2018! As I came down the stairs, the living room was so bright and beautiful, as the magical white wonderland outside was bouncing light all around. It was a perfect day for capturing a few last minute pictures of my cozy neutral winter decor to share for the Neutral Winter Decor Blog Hop put together by Kathy at A Delightsome Life.

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On my last Christmas home tour I shared a house full of Christmas plaids and traditional reds and greens. With the exception of a vintage green cabinet by the fireplace, the holiday color is gone and our home is once again light and neutral. Shades of white, creams, taupes, and browns create a calming space that blends together effortlessly.

Some Christmas decor has been left out as winter decor, such as this vintage sled and antique ice skates.

Vintage Sled and vintage ice skates winter decor ideas

A small spiral evergreen topiary helps to ease the transition in an empty space where a bright and festive pencil Christmas tree just stood a few weeks ago.


vintage style home tour

All of the vintage bulbs, bits and baubles that were adorning the top of an antique shabby chic dresser have been replaced with simple, antique treasures and an endearing winter card that my mother gave me several years ago. The wonderful rusty-chippy fireplace cover is my latest junkin’ find, just in time for this home tour.

pretty neutral winter vintage vignettes

The living room is decorated with neutrals year round. Shabby-Frenchy-farmhouse painted furniture in various shades of white harmoniously blend with the creamy white painted walls. The dark espresso woodwork pops against the lighter colors and provides a bit of warmth to our home.

Beautiful woodwork neutral decor

On the antique buffet I have placed a dough bowl (a find from Vintage Market Days) and filled it with evergreens, pinecones, cotton, antlers, neutral wooden beads and a birch candle. A strand of mini-lights has also helped to ease the transition from Christmas to winter. Since Epiphany is celebrated January 6-15th, for the first part of January I have kept out my antique Italian nativity on the top shelf of the buffet.

neutral winter dough bowl


Neutral living room decor neutral winter decor

The sitting area by the fireplace is filled with rustic and woodland decor that reflects the wildlife and forest which is our beautiful view out the main picture window.

cozy winter living room traditional decor neutral decor

Cozy neutral decor becomes more interesting when layering lots of different natural textures. A plaid wool throw in neutral tones is a quintessential winter home necessity.

cozy neutral wool throw


Gorgeous historic home decorated for winter in neutral shabby chic farmhouse rustic chic style

Sometimes you just need a little green to get you through the winter! Although the vintage green cabinet is not neutral, it works with my neutral winter decor along with all the evergreens I have kept out for the season. Since I just found this amazing piece in late November, I didn’t want to move it out of the living room for winter. I am loving the pop of color among the neutrals.

Tobacco basket filled with pine cones, evergreens and antlers for winter

As always with my seasonal decorating, I have taken cues from nature right outside my window to inspire my cozy neutral winter home decor. You will find pine cones and evergreens tucked here and there, and antlers are on display year round.

Stunning rustic hygge winter home tour neutral winter tour

I love the concept of Hygge decor style and design. Little candles are often lit even in the daytime throughout the winter months for extra coziness and ambiance.

woodland Hygge winter decorating ideas

My vintage lawn garden deer is bedded down for winter in a thicket of pines and wooden bead garland.

Stunning neutral home tour vintage decorating for winter neutral winter mantel corbel on mantel

For winter I have styled a simple mantel with two of my Belsnickel Santas that I just can’t pack away yet “Old Man Winter” statues in beautiful cream cloaks, along with a woodland deer, a tall chippy candlestick topped by a shabby snowball, an old chippy white mirror and a woodsy votive holder on the left side.

Ragon House Belsnickel Belsnickle Santas woodland mantel winter neutral decor

Rustic neutral winter mantel hygge decor

In the center are two vintage clocks and a wooden January sign…a reminder that time seems to stand still in January.

Vintage clocks neutral mantel decor

A stack of neutral books tied with twine and topped by my favorite antlers is stacked next to a neutral corbel and another woodsy votive on a mountain of snow, which balances out the right side of the mantel.

Rustic winter mantel antlers old books corbel neutral mantel hygge decor

Heading into the dining room you can see more of my shabby chic, vintage and rustic farmhouse styles combined. Most all of my decor is neutral and white so decorating for the seasons is really easy.

Gorgeous shabby chic farmhouse dining room faux fireplace faux mantel neutral decor


Shabby chic neutral dining room farmhouse dining room farm table winter tablescape

How can you tell it’s a snow day? The blue lights from the t.v. at the top of the folding doors. My twelve year-old is happily enjoying his cozy snow day in the family room! Keepin’ it real here!

Nordic style decor winter brocante winter tablescape Madonna and Child French Country farmhouse style neutral winter

My dining room centerpiece was inspired by this beautiful statue of Baby Jesus and Mary, which I found at a thrift shop at the start of Epiphany this year. Epiphany marks the time when the wise men actually visited our savior when he was a bit older, (Matthew 2: 10-11)and not as typically depicted in Nativity scenes.

brocante treasures Nordic style little lamb French shabby decor neutral decor

I styled a large wooden tray with more neutral treasures and a mix of textures.

Shabby Chic Nordic French Brocante treasure

I love all things brocante, French and Nordic, and this centerpiece really captures that style. With all the snow outside it was easy to be inspired to decorate the table for winter.

Lovely vintage Madonna and Child

My tablescape theme is “Silver-White Winter.” This is not the grand rustic tablescape I had planned for this home tour, but since we have had a lot of ice and snow for about a week, I have been snowed in and this has forced me to shop my house to come up with something else. That is my favorite way to decorate anyway, so I am happy with how it turned out, although it is much simpler than what I had in mind.

shabby chic dining room

I used stacks of pretty, mismatched antique ironstone plates topped by teacups and vintage silverplate teapots on the 100 year-old farm table, without any runner or place mats.

I just love the simple combination of ironstone and wood.

Yummy stack of ironstone dishes neutral decor farmhouse style dining room

Farmhouse Dining Room Vintage and antique furniture

On the vintage secretary in the background, a Christmas Belsnickel Santa who wore a berry red cloak has been replaced by another “Old Man Winter” in a shimmery icy silver cloak. My silverplate collection is perfect for winter decorating as it is reminiscent of the icy weather outside.

Christmas to winter transition decor

Let it snow!

Stunning brocante shabby chic winter centerpiece Madonna and Child Jesus statue hygge rustic farmhouse neutral decor

Back on the other side of the dining room on the antique mirrored buffet above the faux fireplace, the shabby chic, neutral winter theme continues.  You can always find vintage pretties displayed there. I am no minimalist when it comes to collecting and decorating with vintage treasures. Take a closer look…

shabby chic treasures

I have imagined this stunning doll head as a winter princess with her beautiful antique brooch, which reminds me of a glittering snowflake. Cotton is re-imagined as big, fluffy snowballs. A little bird is a reminder that spring too, will eventually return in all it’s glory.

Tiny neutral winter vintage vignettes are all around my home. The woodland theme from the living room continues here on the shelf.

Below the faux mantel a faux fireplace calls for a faux fire, so I use twinkle lights! An antique iron log holder is filled with beautiful winter white treasures: birch logs, glimmering icicles, snowballs, flocked evergreens, twinkle lights and some neutral salvaged window rosettes create a beautiful “wintry mix.”

shabby chic farmhouse style decor faux fireplace


As I head into the kitchen to fix my tea, I will show you just a few more photos before retiring to the couch to sip my tea and to watch the deer play in the freshly fallen snow.

The kitchen was extremely easy to decorate with neutral winter decor. Because the kitchen has various shades of white with black accents, I just removed my Christmas decorations and left out my pines and a few snow men. Stacks of creamy ironstone are always to be found in the kitchen.

winter kitchen neutral kitchen black and white

I will be sharing more in a winter kitchen post next week. I am planning to use the beautiful copper tea kettle my mother got me for Christmas then too. I hope you will grab your favorite coffee or tea and come back and visit! I would love for you to subscribe to my email list and become a regular reader so we can get to know each other better.

copper collection in a French Country Farmhouse Kitchen

Now it is time to take my tea and head back into the living room to snuggle up in my favorite robe and get cozy for the evening. In all honesty, I should say “continue to snuggle up in my favorite robe…” It has been an all day pajama snow day! Since working on this post we have gotten about 3 more inches of snow, and there is the most amazing pink sky this evening, making everything look so lovely. The roads are all covered and school has already been called off for tomorrow. Yay! Another family day together, cozy at home.

Beautiful winter snow in Kentucky

Oh look… just in time, the deer have come out of the forest to play! I am so glad I get to share my view out the window with you! For as much as cold disagrees with me, this beautiful nature God has created in all it’s winter splendor is worth celebrating!

Deer playing in the winter snow

I hope you have enjoyed my Cozy Neutral Winter Home Tour today. If you love winter decor, but prefer a little more sunshine and flowers, you can check out my Neutral Cozy Cottage Spring Home Tour from last year. If you are looking for vintage style decor to give your home a little winter style refresh you might also enjoy shopping Bits Of Vintage.

Beautiful Vintage Style Decorative Accents Vintage Home Decor Found Objects

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow and visit Leanna’s beautiful home at Clare and Grace Designs as the Neutral Decor Winter Blog hop continues. The entire tour schedule is posted below. On Friday, we would love for you to share your winter decor with us too! You can link up here.

Stay warm my friends!


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Linking up:

Winter Decor Link Party

Style Showcase

Share Your Style Thursday

Vintage Charm Party

Dream, Create, Inspire, Link

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Share Your Cup Thursday

Feathered Nest Friday

The Charm Of Home

The Farmhouse Friday Link Party

A Bouquet Of Talent

Create, Bake, Grow, Gather

Silver Pennies Sunday

Nifty Thrifty Sunday

Over The Moon

The Scoop

Dishing It Digging It

A Stroll Through Life

Amaze Me Monday

Tuesdays At Our Home

Make It Pretty Monday

Wow Us Wednesdays

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  • Reply Rhonda Hallstrom

    So can I come shopping at your place? so amazing and beautiful

    January 17, 2018 at 1:51 pm
  • Reply Pollie

    Amber, every detail of your home is exquisite! I love all your antiques and vintage treasures! I could just spend hours in your home admiring all the beauty!

    January 17, 2018 at 2:20 pm
  • Reply Krstin

    Another gorgeous tour Amber! I love your home in every season. So much vintage goodness and all styled perfectly! I loved your dough bowl, your dining room table, your sled… I could go on and on! It’s all AMAZING!

    January 17, 2018 at 4:52 pm
  • Reply Olivia- Reinvented Collection

    Everything looks beautiful! It’s nice to see some warmth and rich wood tones being used and you know I always love pops of color mixed in with neutrals.


    January 17, 2018 at 4:56 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you so much! It has taken a while, but I am finally getting a feel for this house and how to decorate it. Neutrals are the way to go here, but the green cabinet is fun! Spring has me thinking it could be really nice in a robin’s egg blue though…

      January 21, 2018 at 3:15 am
  • Reply Kathy

    Hello Amber,
    Everything looks amazing. I am swooning over your Ironstone collection. You have such a talent for displaying your wonderful collectibles. I love the warm woods in your home – it creates such a marvelous, cozy atmosphere – you’ve outdone yourself! I am so delighted to be sharing this blog hop with you this week.



    January 17, 2018 at 6:31 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Kathy. After having all white woodwork and a really shabby chic home for years, I was so worried about all the stained woodwork and almost painted it! Instead, we did darken it with a richer stain and it just came alive. Homes have seasons, and this one is definitely a fall and early winter house because of the cozy and warm tones. Have a great weekend!

      January 21, 2018 at 3:13 am
  • Reply Rita C at Panoply

    Wow, Amber, wow. Your switch from Christmas to all out winter decor is remarkable. There is so much detail! I simply will say it is beautifully styled, and looks like a design house, ready to shop, truly. You have a real gift. Thanks for sharing it all. And I love those salvaged bench seats backing your couch, and that new green chest!

    January 18, 2018 at 3:28 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Rita, this is such a nice and encouraging comment. I am so glad you enjoyed the tour! By the way, I am still coming down to shop your booth. Waiting on some good weather now!

      January 21, 2018 at 3:10 am
  • Reply Cindy Richter

    What a delightful winter tour! I think I looked at each picture for like 3 minutes! You have so many beautiful things to look at and I didn’t want to miss a thing. And I LOVE all day pajama days! 😉

    January 18, 2018 at 4:09 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Cindy! Such a nice comment too. I hope you will come back again soon!

      January 21, 2018 at 3:09 am
  • Reply Marci

    Amber, just noticed your amazing ceilings!!! loooooove!

    January 18, 2018 at 11:10 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Marci! We have talked of moving in a few years, but parting with those ceilings just might be a deal breaker. They are really a great feature. I will tag you in a before and after on IG. They were originally wood, but my husband added larger trim to them and restained the whole thing (his poor neck!)

      January 21, 2018 at 3:06 am
  • Reply maryjo materazo

    love everything as usual. so many great details! oh and btw, green is a neutral for me. lol. xo- maryjo

    January 19, 2018 at 5:01 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Hi Maryjo! Thank you so much! I hope you will come back again soon!

      January 21, 2018 at 3:04 am
  • Reply Barrie

    I just love all the antiqued white furniture- I think it keeps the look from being too cluttered and it’s classic- beautiful!

    January 19, 2018 at 1:54 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Barrie! When I moved here dark woodwork was new to me. I had done really shabby chic all whites at my previous home and was afraid the painted furniture wouldn’t work, but I really love it! I am so glad you visited today, I hope you will come back soon. Have a great weekend!

      January 21, 2018 at 3:02 am
  • Reply Bethany Crisp

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with us Amber!! You have so many unique pieces and I love how you have added such coziness for winter!

    January 19, 2018 at 4:21 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you so much Bethany! I hope you have a lovely, cozy rest of the winter in your beautiful home!

      January 21, 2018 at 3:01 am
  • Reply Debra@CommonGround

    Amber, your home is so amazing. Along with your beautiful winter wonderland decor, the architectural features of your home are treasures, oh, that ceiling! I definitely adore those chairs flanking the fireplace. Loved seeing the photos of your view and the little herd of deer. Happy weekend, friend!

    January 19, 2018 at 4:25 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Debra! I can’t believe I didn’t think of my leopard print pillows! I splurged on them a few years ago when I had paisley chairs and was going for an English masculine sort of thing, and they never really worked. I love animal print and I knew I would use them again some day so I held on to them. When I got my linen chairs I just forgot all about them. I went all over town last week trying to find something I liked for the home tour, and ended up just using the buck pillow I had and nothing on my other chair. After your tour I pulled them out and put them back in the living room and they look sharp with the chairs! Thanks for the inspiration, as I mentioned, your tour is stunning!

      January 21, 2018 at 3:00 am
  • Reply Tracy

    Your home is stunning!!! I loved your tour.

    January 20, 2018 at 12:03 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Tracy! I am so glad you visited today. I hope you will come back again soon. Have a great weekend!

      January 21, 2018 at 2:53 am
  • Reply Becky

    My goodnesss!!! What a TREAT to see your gorgeous home and all of the beautiful and thoughtful decor. I love you OLD MAN WINTER collection, the deer, the sheep, the corbels…and so much more. We definetly are soul sisters!!! And your home and that ceiling and the wood casement windows!! So warm and cozy. I almost bought theatre seats like those behind your sofa. I regret it all of the time not getting them. I will have to check out the other homes. Such fun!

    January 20, 2018 at 3:13 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Becky! I am so glad you stopped by for the tour! Working on your post now. Have a great weekend!

      January 21, 2018 at 2:50 am
  • Reply Cherryl Ehlenburg

    Your home is so beautifully decorated! I especially love the dark woods against the white, the bench seats behind the couch, and that little sheep is just adorable!

    January 20, 2018 at 6:03 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Cherryl! I am so glad you enjoyed it! I hope you will visit again soon, I have found some really great pieces recently and I will be sharing an early spring tour in March. Have a great weekend!

      January 21, 2018 at 2:50 am
  • Reply Sherry

    I love the kitchen especially. Cozy and perfect vintage charm. Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

    January 21, 2018 at 4:57 am
  • Reply Cecilia

    I adore winter whites and your home is so charming and cozy layered for the season! Thank you for sharing at Vintage Charm–pinning!

    January 21, 2018 at 8:50 pm
  • Reply Marsha

    A neutral environment is so soothing and calming. Mixed with vintage items, it makes a cozy and welcoming home. I love your vignettes on your lovely dining room cabinets. It makes me feel like it is home. So beautifully displayed.

    January 21, 2018 at 11:53 pm
  • Reply JaneEllen

    We live in western CO, on western side of Rockies, few miles west of Grand Junction. Since we’re not getting the snow and cold tempos this winter will try to pretend your photos are what we see out our windows. No such luck this winter it looks like. Really enjoyed your wonderful house tour, you have lots of great decorations for winter. Your home is so cozy & welcoming.
    I personally love the winter snow, cold temps, wearing sweaters, scarves, boots, whatever else to keep warm.
    Few years ago we lived in western MT for 7 yrs. after moving from San Diego (21 yrs.) so guess you could say I love some adventure and winter. Our first winter in MT was a cold one. All our neighbors out where we lived on 20 acres were just waiting for us to turn tail for CA again.
    After 7 yrs. in MT we moved (dumb move)to western KY to be close to our oldest son/family. (He has since moved back to S.D.) The weather didn’t like me there, health wise, so after 5 yrs. we moved here to CO. Our 2 youngest kids live close by. It’s ok but it’s just not MT and is expensive like southern CA.. Ok for people with rising salaries but not for seniors on SS.
    Have you lived where you are all your life? Just wondered what that’s like if you have. What’s it like where you live? Do you live out on acreage?
    Enjoyed your house tour. Have a wonderfulweek, stay warm.

    January 22, 2018 at 3:56 am
  • Reply Cathy Lawdanski

    I think your kitchen is my favorite. I love how whites and neutrals make a home so light and cheery!

    January 22, 2018 at 9:51 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Cathy! I do love all styles and I don’t mind color in other people’s homes. We have a very shady property however, and when I did try to use darker colors on the walls it just did not work here! My true love of white decor ended up being the best choice for this home. It keeps things brightened up and the darker woodwork is really able to pop. The kitchen is a favorite of mine too because it has all white woodwork.
      Thanks for visiting and come back again soon!

      January 25, 2018 at 5:26 am
  • Reply Laura Ingalls Gunn

    Your neutral decor truly is oh so cozy. Your charming vignettes have truly inspired me. Have a happy Monday!

    January 22, 2018 at 3:58 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Laura! I am so glad you stopped by today! What a lovely comment, your decor inspires me too! Have a great weekend ahead!

      January 25, 2018 at 5:24 am
  • Reply Jann Olson

    Amber, I always love your home. It’s so warm and inviting! I found a small silver Santa at a thrift shop last week. I love that snow picture with the little snow gal wearing the top hat! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

    January 24, 2018 at 2:40 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you dear Jann! I just found the snow gal a few days after Christmas. I always look for winter themed items on clearance after Christmas and treat myself to a few to use in January to off set the post-Christmas blues! Thanks for visiting today friend!

      January 25, 2018 at 5:23 am
  • Reply Debbie-Dabble

    Love how your have decorated your lovely home for Winter!! I ,personally, am a person who loves color, but I can appreciate the monochromatic neutral color theme of others and that is popular now. everything looks lovely!

    January 24, 2018 at 1:46 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Debbie! As you noticed, I did have my pop of Green color with my vintage cabinet! Thanks so much for stopping by again, I always appreciate your comments and support. Have a great weekend ahead!

      January 25, 2018 at 5:22 am
  • Reply Teresa

    I love your home Amber, the neutrals and the warmth of the outdoors brought inside! Thank you for giving us all a glimpse.

    January 25, 2018 at 2:23 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you so much Teresa! I am so glad you enjoyed it.I will be sharing another home tour in Mid March. Hope you will visit again soon!

      January 26, 2018 at 3:28 am
  • Reply Kathy A

    Amber, your home is so lovely. I loved the bits of color enlivening the spaces and the little vintage vignettes. I have too much clutter here, but that is what I am eventually aspiring to! I’m afraid neutrals will never dominate my color palette, tho! They are only a backdrop to my pastels and brights!

    January 25, 2018 at 9:26 pm
  • Reply Marilyn Lesniak

    Congratulations! Your post was my Most Clicked at #OverTheMoon this week. Visit me on Sunday evening and to see your feature! I invite you to leave more links to be shared and commented upon. Please be sure to leave your link number or post title so we can be sure to visit!

    January 28, 2018 at 4:34 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you so much Marilyn, how exciting! Thanks for hosting, I will be linking up again!

      January 29, 2018 at 1:29 am
  • Reply Kathryn Griffin

    Amber, your home is so beautiful and welcoming! Thank you for sharing. You are one of the fan favorites at The Sunday Showcase from the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope you have a lovely week! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

    January 30, 2018 at 4:07 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thanks Kathryn! How exciting! Have a great week ahead!

      January 30, 2018 at 4:47 pm
  • Reply Shannon

    I’m so glad to see that you haven’t painted the beautiful woodwork in your house. So many times people paint it and it’s pretty, but I have a love for old wood. You just can’t get that patina on new wood. The living room ceiling is gorgeous.

    January 30, 2018 at 6:11 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Shannon! We had originally intended to paint it, but once we moved in we just couldn’t do it. We did darken the stain a bit, as it was a little orange. If we ever move, I will have a hard time going back to white woodwork now that I am used to the warmth and historic feel of unpainted woodwork.
      So glad you visited today. Come back again soon!

      January 30, 2018 at 8:51 pm
  • Reply Pamela-FromMyFrontPorchToYours

    Oh Amber you have out done your self yet again! I loved your holiday home tour and now winter. LOVE!

    January 31, 2018 at 6:25 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you Pam! I am still swooning over your kitchen and several of your recent posts! Thank you so much for visiting. Come back again soon!

      February 4, 2018 at 12:51 am
  • Reply Nikki Gwin

    I do love your winter decor. You make it look easy but I know it isn’t. But most of all I just love your home. The ceilings in the living room are spectacular! And I love the painted/not painted chair combo in the dining room along with the table with painted legs. Perfection!
    Thanks for linking at OVER THE MOON Link Party.
    🙂 gwingal

    February 2, 2018 at 3:56 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thanks Nikki! It does take time to pull it all together. Today I am STILL packing away Christmas…grumbling that next year I am not doing as much, but by November I will be ready for it all over again. Thanks for hosting Over The Moon!

      February 4, 2018 at 12:44 am
  • Reply Barbara Windle

    Your home is truly beautiful. I love the neutral pallet and all the winter touches. Your house looks very cosy.

    February 2, 2018 at 3:20 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Hi Barbara! Thank you so much for your kind compliment. I hope you will come back again soon!

      February 4, 2018 at 12:41 am
  • Reply Nikki Gwin

    Hi Amber! I am back to tell you that I selected your winter decor home tour as one of my features for the next OVER THE MOON Link Party which goes live on Sunday 6pm Eastern. Please stop by to see!
    🙂 gwingal

    February 3, 2018 at 2:49 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Hi Nikki! Thank you so much! I am so excited, and I will be back to party this week too!

      February 4, 2018 at 12:38 am
  • Reply ann eldridge

    This is just what I have been looking for and exactly my taste. I live on the Bay of Fundy in Canada and almost all of the articles in my home are this shabby chic style with antiques. LOVE IT and THANK YOU FOR YOUR BLOGS.


    February 5, 2018 at 1:17 pm
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Oh Ann this is such a nice comment! I am so glad you love it. I will be sharing a spring home tour in March too. I do hope you will subscribe by email so we can get to know each other better. Thanks for visiting today!

      February 6, 2018 at 1:35 am
  • Reply Two Chicks and a Mom/Donna

    Thanks for sharing at Party in Your PJs! Lovely post.

    February 6, 2018 at 1:46 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you so much for hosting!

      February 7, 2018 at 12:56 am
  • Reply Theresa

    Hi Amber, Your home is stunning & love all the touches you gave your winter decor. Those ceilings, wow! Thanks for sharing this at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Sharing

    February 7, 2018 at 5:20 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you so much Theresa! Looking forward to linking up again!

      February 7, 2018 at 5:21 am
    • Reply Amber Lyon Ferguson

      Thank you so much Theresa! I am so glad you stopped by today. Thanks for hosting a great party. Come back again soon!

      February 9, 2018 at 12:03 am
  • Reply Katie Mansfield

    I just found this post. Your home looks darling dressed for winter. I love the vintage Let it snow print. Cute.

    December 31, 2018 at 7:43 pm
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