More From the 2013 Bachman's Holiday Ideas House...


Ready for more from the 2013 Bachman's Holiday Ideas House? 
Thank you for all of your wonderful comments on part one!  You might notice I did a little blog re-decorating, too, so the photos are larger now!
 We'll pick up the tour in the sunroom!  A salvaged bin 
is being re-used as a holiday serving bar...





Next, we'll head into the dining room...







The kitchen is very cheery...lots of red...even the walls 
have been painted red!


It's time for soup!






Just off the kitchen, the main floor bathroom is also painted red...


I love the way tea towels are used as curtains all around the house...



Next time, we'll finish up the tour with the upstairs!  Remember, there is a icon at the top of my sidebar, that will take you to links to posts from all of the previous Ideas Houses!  Feel free to pin to Pinterest~ there is a floating "Pin It" button on each photo.

I am joining Linda at Coastal Charm for  Nifty Thrifty Tuesday

Until next time...

20 comments

  1. So many great ideas here! Love it!!
    XO Kris

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  2. I love all the red they used in the house this year! The open shelving filled with red accent pieces is my favorite. And the old workbench used as a bar is too cool! Thanks for sharing, Linda!

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  3. Love those paper snowflakes! Lots of fun ideas, thanks for sharing them. I hope to see you post your hot cocoa station?

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  4. Always look forward to this tour. We lived in Mpls. for several years and always loved going to Bachman's (especially at Christmas). Jan

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  5. Hello dear Linda,
    Thank you for the tour in this really red white christmas home... I love the white folded stars, the red goblets, and there are so many fun things to look at.
    I wish you a great week,-hugs,
    Dorthe

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  6. It's all excellent as usual. What caught my attention were the amazing huge snowflakes, the old wood candle sconces next the the hutch, and please tell me there is no such thing as cream of lutefisk soup!

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  7. Oh, I'd love to have those red hearts!

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  8. You captured the house much better than I did! I loved all the red and I really liked those downstairs bathroom curtains!
    Have a great week.

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  9. My goodness, they think of everything!
    It would make a great place for a party..

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  10. So much inspiration! Thanks for sharing. Visiting from NTT :)

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  11. The tea towels as curtains are terrific. Also the wheels as a table on the other post are a great idea.

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  12. Another wonderful tour full of inspiration. I think I need that butcher block island. Thanks for sharing Linda.

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  13. I really love your header! The truck pulling the little trailer with the trees is so cute! Thanks again for the great pics of the Bachman house.....they never seem to run out of ideas! My favorite is that bar!! Love the wine in the wire basket on the side.
    Jane

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  14. First I have to tell you I love your blog header...I am so looking for old little trucks!!! I wonder where they got the fabric for that long Parish Christmas pillow?.....I love it, thanks!

    Carol

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  15. Thanks for the second edition of the tour. Love all those reds and those curtains are so cute. Interesting use of red on the walls. Wasn't sure I would like it but I did. Looking forward to next post.

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  16. I always enjoy this tour! LOVE those tea towels as curtains and of course love all the red they've used!

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  17. So many wonderful ideas! So little time! Love that bar - such a great repurposing of that wonderful old piece. Love the soup station, too and the little corner sink. I have one exactly like it in my shed waiting for the day my Mr. builds me a potting shed. Thanks for sharing - I love taking the tour. xo Karen

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  18. Thanks for another tour, I look forward to more! If my time and money budget would allow, I'd love to do our house all in red for Christmas!

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  19. You're getting all fancy on us! Love the new design with larger photos and the wallpaper look on the side!

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  20. Awww...boy, I could seriously sit here all day and hang around this house. It is so stinkin cute. I think they did an even better job this year than last, which is hard to believe because they are always awesome!!!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing Linda and Merry Christmas to you and your family. XO

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