If you aren’t sure what your style is, maybe these beautiful blogger homes will give you some ideas. Here are 6 different homes from 6 of my favorite bloggers!
SOURCES: Emily A. Clark, Emily Henderson, Oleander & Palm, Simple Lovely, The Painted House, Sarah M. Dorsey
Does your Christmas decorating style match the decor of your home? Are your decorations similar to the style you grew up with? I’d love to hear!
I was going through photos on my camera and realized that even though I wrote several posts about preparing a table for Thanksgiving Day I never actually shared the final results (if you follow me on Instagram you did get a peek). So, I thought I would share today!
I purchased this white tablecloth off Amazon and the black wrapping paper runner from Target…everything else I already owned.
I cut some boxwood from my own yard to make a garland down the center, and then I created a centerpiece using pine from trees nearby and some alstroemeria from the grocery store…it’s one of my favorites because they last for weeks!
I had the best time with my nieces and my daughter putting the table together.
The flowers ended up being too tall, so we put them to the side for the actual meal.Come back in a few days to see what my plans and our family traditions are for Christmas Eve!
I picked the Room of the Week because it’s lovely, but also because I thought it would be such a fun room to decorate for Christmas. I’m guessing that the owners of this fun room subscribe to the “more is more” decorating philosophy, which I’m carrying into the Christmas decor. I’m starting with a modern white Christmas tree , adding gold and silver accents and a dash of hot pink, along with a mix of new and vintage elements to match the decor.
Here’s my plan!
What do you think of the color palette? Does your Christmas tree match your decor? Stick with a traditional red/green color palette? I’d love to hear!
Those blue-green lamps (possibly Malachite?) in the Room of the Week are really showstoppers. Their size, deep color and their perch atop those higher end tables make them a piece de resistance in the room…they really stand out despite the large amount of artwork and other bold colors in the room.
It’s hard to find lamps in similar colors, but there are plenty of new and vintage malachite accessories that are trendy right now, and I think the perfect addition to the season.
Rather than reinvent the wheel and search for some to share with you, I am sharing some round-ups put together by other talented bloggers…just click on the round-up and head to their site for sources.
I’ll be sharing some of my own personal picks in this pretty color on Instagram today, if you’d like to check it out. Have a great Wednesday!