Welcome to those of you who have stopped over from The Inspired Room and The Nesting Place!I am so excited to have you here today and to share the first of the 16 lovely homes on our week long house walk! No fees, no bad weather, and no real walking! I’ll kick off the tour with my house and then the next two stops on the tour will follow! Funky Junk Interiors and Morning T! So grab a cup of coffee,put your feet up, and enjoy all of the holiday prettiness and inspiration!!!
Welcome to my front entry. Please come in! I love the gold mirror with a bit of holiday greenery swagged from it.
I am enjoying having a mantle to dress up. I made the Merry garland, and you can see how to make your own here. It was so easy and it’s so festive!
I filled the opening with greenery and flameless candles for a pretty glow. I love creating vignettes and adding greenery with the glow of the candles seemed like the perfect way.
When all of the battery operated candles are switched on its so cozy at night with the lights turned low and the glitter of the mercury glass ornaments.
I thought it would be fun to fill a vintage suitcase with a wreath and a glad tidings sign and then fill with ornaments. It’s kind of quirky and I like it.
I love me my chalkboard and these little plants from Home Depot. Ho Merry Ho is kind of a fun message, and a real holly plant in an Ikea planter is festive as is a little bit of greenery under glass.
My daughters and I spent a crafting afternoon and re-purposed all of the old salsa and pickle jars I’ve saved and made the min-snow globes that are so hot right now. These are so much fun and I love how they turned out!
I think these are the cutest things ever. I think we are going to make some for the teachers.
A wreath hung on a vintage hanger is a fun way to display it. Over the sink a boxwood wreath looks so pretty with a pinecone garland and a noel sign.
Do you collect ironstone pitchers? I’ve been collecting little ones and they looks so pretty with little berry branches in them on the windowsill.