Beginning to look a lot like Christmas, here on the blog I couldn’t help it Christmas tradition makes me sing! This next home decorated for the holidays in traditional vibrant colors of the season.
Starting from the front door large urns created by the homeowner’s mother display overflowing artistically arranged pine with an added whimsical flare of sticks.
The entrance greets you with cascading garland trimmed in a ribbon down the curved staircase showcasing the first of three impeccably decorated trees.
Christmas Dinner served in a stunning red dining room that complements this home’s traditional beauty.
One of my favorite designs is timeless and stunning with furnishings that echo a story of life around this table passed down from the homeowner’s parents.
Your home over time collected is never done and always growing with you.
Cheers to the New Year!
The kitchen boasts a new facelift this year you can read all about that design here. Use your glass apothecary jars to hold beautiful ornaments.
The living area greets you with stockings hung by the chimney with care.
A beautiful Christmas Village sits in the niches again collected over time.
Shari’s mom was in town for a few weeks, and they enjoyed decorating this home together from the trees to the basement.
The basements in the Mid-West see lots of fun during our snowy months and decorated for the season to enjoy all the Christmas Splendor.
Hope you have enjoyed the beauty of this magnificent home all decked out for Christmas. When designing your home for Christmas remember to pay attention to the niches and tops of buffets and tabletops.
Look for opportunities to dress simple spaces with a moment. Through fresh garland, apothecary jars, or pops of color with the seasons classic plant the Poinsettia.
Be inspired to fly! A reflection of a life well lived is a home collected with tradition and beauty.
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