Let's go into the kitchen. I had fun pulling out my Christmas dishes and adding them in the open shelving this year since the cabinet doors were still on last year.
I like to add a few Christmas decorations in each bedroom. I shared one of the guest rooms the other day and today I am sharing some simple ways I added festive touches in the master.
The easiest way to add some Christmas decor is with the pillows. I bought three Euro shams from Pottery Barn when they were on sale and love how they look in here. See the chandy in the mirror?
Wow, party #200! Thanks to all of you who party with me here week after week! It's not a success without y'all.
Lots of great links last week. It is so hard this time of year to choose just a few features because y'all are sharing such beautiful Christmas decorations and more. I basically need to just close my eyes and touch the computer screen and pick whichever link I land own. I did manage to choose a few good ones so let's take a look and get this party going.
Pretty coastal style Christmas dining room by The Refeathered Roost.
Remember a few weeks ago when I asked y'all to help me choose a chandelier for my master bedroom? Well, thanks so much for all your help.
Seemed like this one got the most votes, but after seeing one in person and having two other chandeliers very similar to this one in the house already it did not get picked.
I always love to decorate the sun room for Christmas. This is the room I can have fun in. I wasn't sure how I would decorate it this year with the new color scheme, but shopping at several HomeGoods, when I was at Shirley's a couple months ago, had me buying some mighty cute pillows that started the whole thing.
I have three guest rooms and the master ready to show off their Christmas cheer. Today we are starting with the newest guest room that was Recently Transformed from a very ugly hoarding room. Since I was already using this red duvet in here I just added some more traditional red and green accents.
The bed sits at the far end from the window on the front of the house and the morning sun was making the white light on the front of the bench. There is no good time to shoot pictures in here.
I recently shared my Woodland Mantel and today I'm sharing some more simple nature inspired Christmas decor in the great room/family room.
The dining room is decorated much more simply than years past. I am not hosting a dinner this year so I did not set the table.
I created a simple centerpiece on the table using my vintage berry crate filled with snow and three small flocked trees.
A couple months ago I was invited to share French Christmas decor along with a few other bloggers. I thought to myself I don't really decorate in a French style, but more traditional for Christmas. Then I decided, with the help of a friend encouraging me, to decorate one of my rooms with French antiques in it. So I chose the sitting room with the French vaisselier and French table. This was the first room I decorated this year and one of my favorites.
I'm interrupting my regularly scheduled link party to share the Chez Noel tour of homes that began yesterday and I will be joining tomorrow. Be sure to click the links below for yesterday's and today's tours. You will love these beautiful posts.
Welcome to Wow Us Wednesdays! I hope your week is off to a good start. Is your Christmas decorating finished? I think mine is done if I would quit tweaking it. Is your shopping done or have you barely started like me? I always do that late.
We're not here to talk about all that now, are we? We are here to party. So let's get started, but not until we look at a few features.
Oh, and just in case you missed these from me:
This weeks features:
That's So Pretty shared this cute winter bedroom.
Wow, the abundance of Christmas tours this year is almost overwhelming, but I sure am enjoying them. Only problem is I am getting out of my jammies each day way late and I'm sitting too much, too. Yesterday I joined a group of bloggers to share our mantels all decked out. If you missed those you can find them all HERE.
This Thursday I will be joining another group for a bit of French Christmas in our homes and you will not want to miss these. The tour actually starts today. Be sure to click on Tuesday's links below.