“Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift.” 2 Corinthians 9:15
I have managed to do some serious decorating in the last few days but still have a way to go. Sharing a few areas where I have made progress…
Entering my front door, I have a a deer hanging over a beveled mirror. This is a very unique piece that I got from my friend Niki at Select Furniture about five years ago. I love grapevine and woodsy materials. It is difficult to get out of Niki’s shop without something to take home. She makes me deals I can’t refuse. This deer has the most amazing antlers.
My sitting room is on the right entering my home. It is very traditional but I have given it a whimsical touch for Christmas. Nothing new…just things collected over the years.
I have a tree decorated in lots of red and green with top hats and lots of fun embellishments.
The hat on top of the tree lights up also.
Little penquins on a side table.
I have collected santas over many years. Santa riding the polar bear is probably the center of my decorating in this room. I have some free flowing greenery and small ornaments swagged in my tall vase.
The sweet birds are having a serious conversation in the snow on my other side table. Papa bird has on his top hat. Bob really loves this little piece.
ENJOYING THIS ROOM ON A BEAUTIFUL SUNNY MORNING!
This is part of my foyer. I have used this tall candle and the fruit swag forever it seems. This brownish/gold colored nutcracker seems to fit here. He looks hand carved but not. Our house was designed with ample space in the foyer area so I will have more pics of this area later.
My Dining Room table has a tall vase with fresh greenery and berries. I got this vase at B. B. Barnes….one of my favorite things. My dining room is directly across from the sitting room so I thought the little hat was a good touch.
This is one of my first handmade santas. I have had it and the sleigh about thirty plus years. Look at the face features. These santas have a story but that will come later. All the trees have lights.
Thanks for your visit today. More to come…