Holiday homes in Williamson County can be elegant, whimsical or rustic. Each style says Merry Christmas with garlands, bows and wreaths arranged just so, giving each house its own personality. Today, we showcase some of the prettiest homes decorated for Christmas to share with our StyleBlueprint friends and to wish you all a Merry Christmas!
Red and yellow holiday
This beautiful downtown Franklin home takes a cheery bow for Christmas by mixing traditional red with the creamy yellow of the clapboard house.
A trio of wreaths
Patriotic and jolly? This home keeps the American flag flying alongside a bevy of wreaths.
Working with the architectural detail of the home, the trio of wreaths adds a perfect holiday note to this beautiful residence in historic downtown Franklin.
Sometimes you don’t need all the bells and whistles. Classic wreaths and red bows are stunning as the design theme at this home.
We love this tart apple green as a holiday color. Sometimes called Grinch green, it is anything but Grinchy when used to create holiday magic at this downtown Franklin home.
Taking a page out of Williamsburg holiday traditions, this stone house uses fresh fruit and greenery to create a pediment arch that evokes holiday splendor.
Pansies are the hardy souls that offer color to a holiday display in the South. This winding path flanked with flowers leads the eye toward the home, ready to greet you for Christmas.
A deep, covered porch and simple post railing offer opportunities to decorate this charming bungalow in downtown Franklin with fun holiday accessories.
Live greenery, magnolia leaves, Frazier fir and pine, are wrapped around the porch post at this charming cottage in downtown Franklin.
This home is landscaped to perfection for winter interest. The homeowner adds a few holiday touches to create even more visual interest. Though the home looks like it could be nestled in the woods, it is just minutes from downtown Franklin.
The holiday elements used on this Franklin home are perfectly suited for a rustic feel. We love the simple candles in the window and vintage cooler by the door used as a planter.
A softer side of Christmas decor involves using natural elements and simple lighting. This home, in downtown Franklin, uses rustic elements to perfection.
Sometimes the star of the show can be the smallest detail. This brownstone uses urns decorated for Christmas to offer maximum charm.
Using dried grapevine to create topiary forms, the urns are tall and dramatic.
The art gallery Gallery 202 is decorated for the holidays with large swags and topiary Christmas trees made of white pine.
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