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Christmas at Loblolly Manor Home Tour

If you’ve been following this week, you’ve probably already noticed how differently Loblolly Manor dressed in champagnes, golds, and silvers is decorated from Bliss Barracks which featured lots of reds, greens, golds and plaids for Christmas. We’ve been working on and off to decorate both homes over the past month adding a few touches here and there as time allowed. Our only goal was to have everything finished before Thanksgiving which we accomplished.

It took us a good portion of the day but as the sun was setting and we were packing up the car to head home, we were really excited to have it completed. You may remember we were so pressed for time last year the only decoration we had out was the Christmas tree. It definitely feels like a celebration given this house had to be rehabbed from the studs. It was a ton of work but we rallied as a family and here we are almost a year to the day later, dressing her up for the holidays. Welcome to Christmas at Loblolly Manor…


The Entry


The Living Room



The Tree




The Kitchen




The Dining Room





Bedroom One


Bedroom Two


Bedroom Three




This house is living proof with a little bit of love and dedication you can turn any place big or small into a home.

See you guys back here tomorrow. With all of this decorating I’ve barely had time to wrap any gifts so I’ll share a secret weapon that helps keep my gift wrap organized. Until then, I’ll see you on InstagramFacebook and Pinterest.

Many blessings


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  1. It’s so much fun to see all of the spaces together CoCo! I can’t believe your family gets to celebrate the holidays in two gorgeous homes. It’s all really beautiful. Have a great day, CoCo

    1. Your so sweet to say that, Sarah, thank you! My parents have definitely worked really hard to give us all a great life. We’re so excited to get to be together. Hope your day is fabulous, CoCo

  2. This house is really pretty too CoCo! I’m not usually into sparkles but this place makes me want to reconsider my stance on glitter. It’s that pretty.

    1. ha ha for sure, Bonnie, glitter is not for the faint of heart especially at this time of year. Hope you have a great day, CoCo

  3. Very sweet, I know after finishing the all house remodel and being torn up ourselves since February, I’m reeling back Christmas and keeping it as simple as possible. Your house is beautiful, ours isn’t that put together yet, but I’m hopeful. Thanks for the lovely tour, Sandi

    1. Sandi, I can so relate to your sweet words, thank you! It took about 2 years to get the house completed from start to finish because we were doing all of the work ourselves. We still have a few projects outside but we’re well on our way. By the time Christmas rolled around last year, we were just excited to have the beds in place ha ha. I can’t wait to see your house finished too. I know all of your hard work is going to be amazing. Hugs, CoCo

    1. It was a LONG process but we are glad to be finished (almost) and still love each other as much as we do ha ha! Hugs, CoCo

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