Jane Ranson’s Christmas Home Tour

Welcome to Jane Ranson’s Christmas home tour. Jane and her husband Bill have graciously invited us into their stunning home this holiday. Filled with sentimental family heirlooms and festive holiday displays, each room is a feast for the eyes. You may remember last year we featured the home of Molly Gorman, Jane’s daughter. Now I see where Molly gets her good taste from! As I arrived, I noticed her gorgeous front porch decorating complete with a wooden sled. She later told me that was her mother’s sled when she was a little girl. I just love things like this! So let’s take the tour, shall we?

Deck out your front porch for the holidays

Jane Ranson’s Christmas Home Tour

Immediately upon entering their home, I was taken by the most elegant Christmas table display in the dining room. From Santa and his sleigh to the clock plates with Christmas crackers, this awe-inspiring table is decked with dazzling details.

Foyer - Jane Ranson Holiday Home Tour
Dining Room Table
Beautifully decorated Christmas Dining Room Table
Christmas Table Settings - Christmas Crackers and Miniature Tree

I stopped dead in my tracks when I saw this amazing sunburst mirror and holiday table display leading me into the family room and kitchen area. The pair of lamps {Shades of Light} are outstanding!

Sunburst Mirror Holiday Display
Faux Pear Holiday Place Setting

The sunny sunroom is where I would be spending all of my time. It’s simply delightful and extremely cozy too! I am obsessed with Jane’s beautifully crafted holiday vignettes on both side tables. Quick tip: To create a winter wonderland indoors, hang white snowflake ornaments from the ceiling fan.

Jane Ranson's Christmas Home Tour | Holiday Decorating Sunroom
Green and White Holiday Color Scheme

Jane is quite the artist. She painted this abstract which goes perfectly in the room, especially with the painted blue ceiling. Another DIY quick tip: Do you see the navy blue thin line at the top of the molding? Jane attached a ribbon to give the room an added pop of color and definition between the walls and ceiling. She is so clever.

Topiary and Garden Bunny - Sunroom
Sunroom side table with Christmas decorations

My absolute favorite part of the tour is the staircase in the family room. Jane knits a personalized stocking for each child and grandchild as they come into her family. It’s quite impressive and the sweetest line up you’ve ever seen. Is there anything she cannot do?

Holiday Staircase lined with handmade stockings

The family room is the perfect gathering place for family and friends. With plenty of comfortable seating and coordinating throw pillows, Jane and Bill have created a welcoming atmosphere.

Side table styling for the holidays
Magical Christmas Time

Their master bedroom is a soothing sanctuary filled with more family keepsakes. This glass jar is filled with detailing from Jane’s grandmother’s wedding dress. What a wonderful memory to preserve.

Treasured family objects
Master Bedroom Holiday Home Tour
Master Bedroom - Holiday Home Tour
Pretty wrapped packages

Thank you Jan and Bill for inviting us into your home. It’s one of the highlights of the season for me, and I’m sure all BB&B readers think the same. Happy Holidays to you and your family.

Take a peek at all Home Tours for more decorating ideas and for more Christmas inspiration, you can follow my Christmas pinterest board

christmas home tour photography: laura trevey
home tour coordinater: karen phillips

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4 thoughts on “Jane Ranson’s Christmas Home Tour

  1. Absolutely beautiful!

  2. So beautiful and inviting!!

  3. While very pretty, I was kind of disappointed. I thought there would be a more definitive green and white interpretation of Christmas.

  4. What a lovely home, dressed beautifully for the holidays. I love the table settings in the dining room. I have that china also, Royal Hunt pattern, but never would have thought to put something like the clock plates with it. Very interesting!

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