I went up to the sell out Newburyport Holiday House Tour last weekend and wanted to share some of the photos I took. Due to a time crunch, I only made it to four houses and one wasn’t allowing photos (sadly, it was beautiful!). And as it happened, I’d been in two of the other houses on tours before.
This first house on the Holiday House Tour – a shingle style in Newbury, MA – was on the 2019 kitchen tour. It’s situated on a beautiful property with a huge lawn and views for miles.
Loved the old Jeep Wagoneer decked out for the holidays.
The dining room features this huge floor mirror with weathered black frame. The pendants were swapped out for disco balls which was really fun.
The kitchen has a huge island – hard to see the depth in this pic.
The baked good display from Love & Flour Bakery – just gorgeous!
A cute balloon display in the three – season porch.
I like how the children’s table references the dining table with the mirror balls.
Not Christmassy per se but the McLqurin & Piercy Palmetto wallpaper is always a winner.
The back yard just goes forever.
The next house on the Newburyport Holiday House Tour is a classic Federal style (late 1700’s – early 1800’s) which was built onto an early 1700’s sale box.
A cozy living room.
Love the wrap around mantle!
This below was a central seating area the house.
This is an original 1893 stove made by Walker & Pratt in Boston.
When I walked into the kitchen, which is an addition to the house, I realized I’d been there before.
This view of the rustic barn is my favorite!
This is the butler’s pantry between the kitchen and formal dining room.
I lovely calm dining room. I love he mirrored bottoms on the windows – so nice for privacy when dining in the evenings.
And of course, my favorite barn.
The final house on the Newburyport Holiday House Tour that I visited is a circa 1797 brick Federal. I didn’t get a good photo of the exterior unfortunately.
Love the blue color in the living room.
A central seating area adjacent to the kitchen.
The dining room is a lovely pale blue color which they played up with silver and darker blue ornaments.
Another kids table – which is so cute!
And a very classic flocked Christmas tree.
Thanks again to the Newburyport Holiday House tour folks for inviting me up to join in the fun. I hope you’re enjoying your holidays!