Marc’s Christmas Home Tour: Part 2

I’m back with Part 2 of Marc’s Christmas home tour.  He’s my sister’s neighbor and loves to deck the halls for the Holidays.  In case you missed Part 1, you can check it out first.

Heading upstairs to the master suite, this is one gorgeous space.


With a separate area for the bedroom and sitting room, this is another spacious master bedroom.  Plenty of room for that large and blingy aqua blue and brown tree.


So pretty, love how Marc has put it all together.


The fireplace and sitting area is so serene and calming.


And the tree, oh the gorgeous tree is so stunning.


The bedroom area.


The sitting room is perfection.


Close-up of the tree.

Blingy baubles and balls on the ottoman.


The mantel is extra pretty. Love the silver reindeer candleholders and the gold mirror.


Looking into the master suite, they did a remodel on this space in recent months and it is just stunning too.


Pretty rug, side table, chair and porcelain stool by the tub. Per Marc, this rug came from Walmart, the Better Homes and Garden’s collection.  I have a feeling there will be a run to Walmart for this one!  It’s beautiful.


Seamless shower and a blingy chandelier.  Yes, it is all gorgeous!


How about a bathroom big enough for a side chair and table.


Another flocked white and aqua tree on the side table in here is eye-catching too.


Lovely, such eye candy everywhere.


The double vanity.


Now, we move to a guestroom all done in blue and white, with red added for the Holidays.


Cute Christmas pillow adds to the ambience.


Pretty stripes and fabrics.


He added plaid red and Christmas pillows to the mix.


Blue and white fans will love this room.


Very nice.


A couple of cute Santas on a side table.


Another guestroom holds a little festive cheer.


No room is untouched with Christmas cheer.


And another guestroom in blue, white and yellow.


Very pretty and traditional space.


Love the iron bed.


These pretty blue and white benches he found at TJ Maxx, I think. Love them!


Such a pretty iron bed.


A little Christmas added in here too.


A great mix of colors.


Marc had this chest hand painted and it is so lovely.


It’s a great look and really appears old.


One more little stop in the Butler’s pantry with vintage balls in glass and then next, we’ll head down to the basement, where Christmas has exploded.

Hope you are enjoying the tour of Marc’s house.  I know he is happy to have you stop by and see him.

Linking to I Heart Faces Holiday bokeh challenge.

- Rhoda


  1. Thank you for sharing Marc’s gorgeous home with us, Rhoda! I’ve already pinned a couple of ideas from the tour. Do you happen to know where he found the rug in his master bathroom? I’m redoing my master bath and am having a terrible time finding a rug that would work. I think this one would be perfect! I hope you and your family have a very blessed Christmas.

    • Hey Suzy! Is this house not to-die-for?!? And his decorations . . . stunning. Just stunning. So nice to ‘see’ you here!

      Thanks, Rhoda, for sharing – and Marc too! I’m headed to Pt 3 now!

    • Thanks so much! I love Christmas and especially love the decorations,my favorite part of the holidays! I am thrilled you have enjoyed the pictures! Merry Christmas!

    • Suzy, it is a rug from The Better Homes and Garden collection available…….are you ready? At Walmart,yes,I said Walmart. I could not believe it either but as a designer I firmly believe that it is how you put it all together that matters not where you find it or how much you pay for it! While I like high quality furniture,rugs etc. I am not a die hard snob about that. If I like it,I like it if it is the right look! Hope this helps! Happy holidays and happy decorating!

  2. Marc’s home is beautifully decorated for Christmas. The whole house tour was especially delightful.

  3. WOW, what a home, thanks so much for sharing, very inspirational! Sue

  4. Oh my goodness, Rhoda, this home is simply amazing! Where does he put all of those decorations when it’s not Christmas?? Your photos are wonderful. This home should really be featured in a magazine!

    • Lori,thank you so very much for the nice comments,coming from another designer is especially meaningful! It would be my dream to have a magazine feature my home and work! But stay tuned,I cannot comment right now but good things are on the horizon,nationally! Merry Christmas!

  5. I am gobsmacked! This is so stunning. I will be now heading over to view part 1. Wow

  6. I love the various benches and chaises at the foot of the beds; also Marc has exquisite taste. Does he work in interiors?

  7. Just commenced reading Part 1, and note that he does indeed work in interiors. Such talent!

  8. I’m a regular reader but I rarely comment. I just had to tell you how much I’ve enjoyed the tour of Marc’s home. It’s gorgeous!!!!

  9. Thank you for sharing Marc’s home. I love everything about it. Absolutely love the painted chest.

  10. I read everyday and don’t comment as much as I should. But this home is breathtaking, I love everything about this home. The decorating is equisite and I agree, I would love to see a home like this featured in a magazine other than all the plain, colorless homes that have been showcased lately.

    • Mary,you are very kind! Thanks so much,I am with you and color! I love neutrals very much but a home not interjected with some color lacks warmth in my opinion. That is not to say that mixing different tones of neutrals can’t be warm but for me personally I gravitate toward stronger palettes! Merry Christmas!

  11. Wow, what an amazing home! The decorations are stunning, and I love the nontraditional colors he used. Thanks for sharing, and I’ll be back for part 3.


  12. This is the most beautiful house I’ve ever seen. I love it! Please tell Marc “Thank You!” for letting us tour his home.

    • You are most welcome,I really appreciate the wonderful feedback and kudos to Rhoda for featuring me and her exquisite photography skills! Happy holidays!

  13. Wow — I love the palette of the decor!

  14. Rhoda, Part 2 does not disappoint! What a stunning master bedroom and bath! That TREE!! Oh my goodness it is beyond gorgeous!! Marc has impeccable taste! IMPECCABLE!! And I love the red bedroom!

    Cannot wait for Part 3!!

    Lou Cinda 🙂

  15. I am totally overwhelmed with this house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Every single INCH is exquisitely done. Wow, almost sppechless! Thank you, thank you!

  16. I’m willing to move so I can live in “the basement” and after seeing the first and second level, I don’t think that one floor of the house would be missed.There are so many bedrooms that my living comfortably downstairs shouldn’t pose a problem for the owners. I’ll pay rent, have my own little kitchen and living/dining room: perfect. I am sighing now and wishing…!

    • LOL! Paula,when I get to that point of renting out the basement you will be the first one I contact! Thank you for your sweet comments! Merry Christmas!

  17. Woah to the HO!!! That aqua and chocolate tree is just stunning! That master bedroom is awesome, too! I have the same mirror and trust me when I say it does not look that good in my house!

  18. I love the entire house! It’s decorated beautifully. By any chance do you remember the fabric name/brand on the benches in the blue/white/yellow room? I also use the RL fabric that’s in this room. Thanks for sharing your home with us.

    • Thanks for the kind words, I bought those benches at Homegoods and they already had that fabric on them. I have seen it at Lewis and Sharon in Atlanta . Sorry I could not be more helpful, by the way Ralph Lauren has re- released this pattern again, classic never goes out of style. Merry Christmas!!!!

  19. I absolutely love this home! Every room is perfection. The Christmas decorations are beautiful, too. Thanks to you and Marc for sharing Marc’s stunning home!

  20. Oh my, how incredibly gorgeous!! Stopping by from I Heart Faces.

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