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North Pole FESTIVITIES

BY STEPHANIE AGNES-CROCKETT
Homeowner Toni Roberts keeps the fireplace lit throughout the month of December, creating a magical Christmas environment between the falling snow, lights on the tree and glow of the embers. She also positions a charming Valentine’s Day heart above the mantel. “The heart says farmhouse to me,” she says, adding that she decided to pull it out for the holiday season.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JESSCA WHE STYLNG BY TONI ROBERTS

When you hear the phrase, “Santa’s workshop,” a Utah farmhouse probably isn’t the first image that comes to mind. But tour this festive Utah abode, and you may begin to re-envision Saint Nick’s headquarters. Thanks to abundant welcome sign and even a couple Mrs. Claus cookbooks, the home overflows with the warmth and magic of the season.

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