10 Midwest Holiday Homes | Midwest Living

10 Midwest Holiday Homes

Peek inside some of the homes featured in Midwest Living's November/December issues for holiday decorating in a variety of styles: traditional, all white, North Woods, pet friendly and more.

The sparkling season

A Missouri couple swaps their traditional red-and-green holiday palette for one that’s calm, cool and oh-so-sophisticated.

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Deck the stalls

A converted Chicago-area polo stable canters into the holidays dressed with live greens, vintage trophies, equestrian paraphernalia and a serious dose of plaid. 

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Yuletide elegance

This Minnesota homeowner brings Yuletide elegance to every room by pairing natural materials with holiday decor in calming, muted tones.

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White Christmas

This renovated Kansas schoolhouse  shows how snow-white holiday decor keeps things cozy while feeling fresh and festive.

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Holiday tails

This Indiana homeowner celebrates love of Labradors during the holidays—and every day—with fun pet-centric (and pet-friendly) decorating.

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North Woods-style

A young family in the Minneapolis suburbs creates an old-fashioned Christmas with stylish North Woods touches.

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Colonial spirit

Blending period details with modern comforts, a new Colonial-style home conjures the charms of Christmas past to give a Chicago-area family a memorable season.

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A Door County Christmas

A cottage nestled along Green Bay in Wisconsin's Door County glows with traditional charm, providing a snug retreat all winter long.

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At home with Nell Hill's

Mary Carol Garrity, the proprietor of the popular Nell Hill's boutique in Atchison, Kansas, offers a look at her own home's holiday design, with tips that may work in your house, too.

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Lake home style

The owners of this Michigan home wanted it to harmonize with the nearby community of cottages built from the 1890s to the 1920s. In the living room, low paneled ceilings give a cozy scale to the 28-foot-long room.

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