Keep in mind that my home is a never ending project and there is still much work to be done. You bloggers keep me on my toes by inspiring me to keep looking for my decorating mojo.
This year I put up the Christmas tree in the family room and kept the livingroom simple. A small white feather tree, a decorated mantel and bottle brush trees and ornaments in bowls.
As you can see the livingroom is wide open to the rest of the house.
This poses some very difficult furniture placement problems. In fact when the house was finished I felt like beating my head against the walls, but there weren't any!!!
Please excuse kitty toys and kitty cardboard house.
Another problem is the built-ins. They are very hard to decorate. I cannot get the right balance at all. I have redone them so many times that I cannot count. Any ideas out there from all of you talented decorators????
A corner where my kitties love to sit....
The tree is very traditional with greens, whites and reds.
There are many Christopher Radko ornaments on it that have been collected over the years.
I put it up in the family room this year so we could enjoy it more.
The dining room table is where you will find my pinks.
My collection of vintage ornaments mixed in with some new.
A tall glass vase full of vintage ornamanets in pink of course.
You didn't think I could decorate for the holidays without some "Sissie Pink!"
Gabby is anxiously waiting for Santa to arrive.
She says she's been a good girl. um?
I'm linking up to Coastal Charm's Christmas Open House
Be sure and stop by there and look at all the pretty Christmas decor.