A Bungalow 47 Style Christmas

At Bungalow 47, our style started out as a mix of Chantelle and I and what we loved. We each had a distinct style, different from each other, but there was always a common ground where we crossed over and loved the same stuff. Of course that always includes vintage! At Christmas time, it’s always fun to create a Bungalow 47 style Christmas.

The holidays are a great time to see how everyone brings their style to Christmas decor. We thought we’d share a little peek into ours.

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Chantelle has a thing for kitschy vintage Santas and decor, including large plastic ones! This little corner shows her Christmas style perfectly. And of course you’ve got to have painted vintage furniture!

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A view of her pretty dining room, featuring vintage beadboard and salvage.

A Bungalow 47 Christmas

She’s all about the plastic Santas, gotta have a multitude of sizes!

A Bungalow 47 Christmas

Her talented and handy husband installed all that gorgeous, hand-rubbed tin on the ceiling! Isn’t it to die for?

A Bungalow 47 Christmas

At my home, I have a tiny bit of rustic vintage in my little Christmas car collection, but otherwise we’re keeping it a bit traditional.

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Weird skinny tree is perfect for our empty nester house amongst the peely chippy salvage goodness.

A Bungalow 47 Christmas

We have a strong tradition of Christmas stockings filled with mystery gifts we make a game out of guessing. Not gonna lie, the competition gets pretty intense the years we get to all be together, but it’s always fun!

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Add a little bit of vintage Christmas bling with ornaments and silver trees.

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And a kissing ball in the foyer, just in case!

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Gifts are wrapped simply with a bit of the outdoors and we’re ready for Christmas!

A Bungalow 47 Christmas

How do you decorate for Christmas? Does it include vintage decor or sentimental items? We’d love to hear from you! May you have a very Merry Christmas and a happy new year! Check out our Pinterest boards for more holiday ideas. 

Happy holidays, Jill and Chantelle

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