Thanks, , for the idea to hang a boxwood wreath around the wooden horse neck! We will store your personal information to evaluate performance of our marketing activities, understand our audience better, improve the quality and relevance of our events, and deliver targeted advertising online. Also, every time you photograph your living room I am just so in love with your layout! I want to be a slacker in everything else and just look at them all day!!! Little putz houses create a cute and simple holiday centerpiece. Could barely wait to get few chores done so I could sit a spell to soak in all those photos. The final accoutrement to my holiday home kitchen nook is a Christmas tree in a basket. I hope you enjoyed my Woodland Chic Christmas Home tour! Thanks for sharing your lovely home and family. Our home may not look like a magazine spread but it is cozy and filled with so much magic.
This year, don your and and hit Main Street to welcome the season the small-town America way. The original oil painting I found at Round Top looks like it could be a painting of the Highlands. Laurren Welch interviewed me on the phone a couple of times, asking just the right questions to give her detailed info to craft an honest portrayal of Connecticut Country House. Can you tell me the manufacturer or a link where to purchase it? You have so many great details in your decorating like the basket of shiny ornaments and printers box filled with Christmas. For me, I think the spirit of Christmas is in this love and care. Love all that you do! It is in baking cookies and wrapping gifts and making things together.
The rest of my is decorated in bronze and neutrals. The oil rubbed bronze deer on the left and right are yard sale finds and even though they are not the same, they created the symmetry that I wanted. We just got three inches of snow, and I thought it would lovely surrounding your house instead of mine. The chair is a thrift store find. The deer and the wreath and the little candles in the windows look so pretty lit at night.
Love love love your home — looking at your pictures gave me a few insperations to make a few changes to my xmas decorating — i do nearly all white with some touches of gold and rustic thrown in — cant wait to get started on my decorating — you — by the way- are extremely talented and also lucky to have such a handy husband — thank you for sharing your beautiful home — cant wait to see what comes next regards carol. We bought the old owners house we were the second set of owners and I was hugely pregnant in the theater watching Independence Day just a short time before Austin was born. Unwrapping gifts to the Beach Boys Christmas album is the best. Well, my friends, I hand painted those chinoiserie ornaments and it is so very easy with a little practice and is my favorite hand-made thing this Christmas season. We have really been missing out, who knew flannel sheets were so awesome? Very patriotic of me, no? Wishing you a very Happy Christmas! Same with the word, then just did my best to sew over the design I drew. Look at the detail on these candlestick holders.
My kitchen is dressed in a bit of Christmas flair, ready for friends and family to drop by! Along side this team, Aida Kiernan and I did whatever we had to do to help make this shoot successful, including cutting down a Christmas tree at a deserted local tree farm right before Easter. We are lucky to have birch trees all around our home — I love to put tall birch branches in a big vase to add height to the corners of our foyer. But first- I have something exciting for you for the holidays! I designed and built that and will be sharing digital plans soon! Are your ready for Christmas? Master Bedroom and Guest Room Master Bedroom I added red accents to our gray bedroom. Use candles in and —both help to reinforce the warm, magical vibe. Simply affix the decoration of your choice to a and secure them u-shaped greening pins, tape, or hot glue depending on their size, weight, and shape.
It only takes a few items to bring the Christmas spirit in to any space! This dresser I held on to from the is now sitting where the green couch used to be. I think our fur kiddos would have a field day with them though. Yes, there are four ornaments on that branch. A little for me, a little for the booth. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Heather Luckhurst is the publisher and owner of the Design and Lifestyle website. He had many ideas of what he wanted and how it should be done. An then there is mine….
My model is laying down on the job! Mom, put down the axe! I heard from many of you that you enjoyed being able to easily hop from one tour to the next as well and I think a lot of you, my regular readers, would have otherwise missed many of these beautiful tours unless you happen to subscribe to all their blogs as well. Even though this holiday shoot was scheduled for the week before Easter! I hand-painted the detail on the stairs. And that my friends, is part one of our decked halls. The angel sits on a gold vintage Italian Florentine box. We can use these in combination with white washed accents to give a feeling of contentment and warmth to the entire decor.
Click on the below links to get this look! A close-up of the birch trees. I keep catching my daughter telling people that her mom made her a hot chocolate bar. We typically have yellow as an accent color in here, with pillows and flowers, etc. Have a great holiday season with your fam:. While all the rest of us are hurrying to get done the days before the tour start, you get to sit and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate with your feet up Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. For a whimsical place setting, slide good old handwritten name cards into the slots of we found these.
Here are the sheep out on the moors. We can use candles by aligning them creatively on the table. Blue was a natural color choice since most of the decor and some of the walls are painted blue in these spaces. For more inspiring Christmas porch decorations, visit my blogging friends below! I also shared this yesterday: Now for the last stop on our tour. My Dad will be joining us for the holiday this year. Well the homes I have seen are magnificent! We can go one step further and use the same material to decorate the tree as well. For Christmas, I hung this preserved boxwood wreath on the post.