In a rehabilitated barn, in a century-old farmhouse, or a little wooden cabin hugged by the mountains, Christmas in these 5 rustic houses is a fairytale.
1. A VERY NATURAL CHRISTMAS IN AN OLD REHABILITATED BARN
Looking at it now, it’s hard to believe that this house on the mountain was an old barn almost in ruins. The owners rehabilitated it, saved what they could, and transformed it into this house with large windows that open onto its surroundings. It is not surprising that, when decorating it for Christmas, they opted for a very natural look, with garlands of pine branches, pine cones, or decorations in the shape of a snowflake or acorn.
2. A CHRISTMAS ROOM WITH A NORDIC LOOK
White accents and ornaments with natural motifs give this living room a Nordic touch that garlands of light, candles, and stars complete perfectly.
3.A LITTLE CABIN IN THE MOUNTAINS DRESSED IN RED FOR CHRISTMAS
A wooden house in the middle of the mountains, a snowy landscape outside, and the crackling of the fireplace inside. What more could you want? Make it Christmas! Wish fulfilled. In a Christmas postcard setting, red could not be missing in the decoration. From tree decorations to gifts or star-shaped trays.
4. A RECOVERED FARMHOUSE DECORATED FOR CHRISTMAS WITH HANDMADE DETAILS
It took three years of work for this century-old farmhouse that had been abandoned for the last 40 years to recover its original splendor. And if the house was traditional, it well deserved a Christmas decoration to match! What an authentic Christmas!
5. A VERY RUSTIC CHRISTMAS IN AN OLD COUNTRY HOUSE
This house used to be two haystacks that for a long time were used as stables and corrals for animals. Until their current owners decided to rehabilitate them and turn them into this comfortable rural house with large windows. Now, they get away whenever they can, Christmas included! To decorate it? Lots of green and touches of gold, which give it that elegant Christmas touch.