Hello, Everyone! Today’s images feature the beautiful Christmas decor vignette created by Hydrangea Home. For me, this display is blissful to view. Just like snow falling gently to the ground (or other objects above the ground), this vignette is “quietly-beautiful”:
- each piece is beautiful,
- each piece compliments the other
- the color palette is soft and gentle; peace-inducing
- the overall effect is soothing and de-stressing
This is a Christmas decor vignette that’s great for the primary foyer or primary entrance to your home, so that it’s part of your de-stressing routine as you enter. Enjoy and be sure to visit Hydrangea Home to view much more of their beautiful creations!
Hello, Everyone! Aren’t the Christmas-themed tea lights/candles gorgeous? They’d look lovely in a display in a boutique, around the house and on your favorite desk! The roses-themed & hearts-themed ones are too!
Image courtesy of Indulgy.com
Image courtesy of Dee Pearl Flowers, Wedding Blog
Image courtesy of Midnight Poem Tumblr
Pine cones are so beautiful! A variety of beautiful craft-creations can be made with them. Today, I’ve featured beautiful candles with pine cones. If you don’t have pine trees in your yard, you may find them at your local parks or even scattered on the lawns of local businesses. I have done so and simply ask the manager or owner for permission to collect them, first. Earlier this week, I had the chance to collect more pine cones from a local park and one of the staff, an elderly gentlemen, volunteered to collect pine cones stating that it’s enjoyable AND relieves the pain of arthritis in his knees! What a great mindset he has & I told him so. If you intend to collect pine cones, be sure to
- keep cardboard boxes and/or bags handy to place them in
- carry protective gloves to wear as you collect the pine cones
- literally bake them in your oven on a baking pan dedicated to baking the cones and not food (baking the cones kills hidden bugs) OR
- wash pine cones in water to get rid of bugs (the cones with close until they dry) and then set them aside to air-dry
My goal was to get this published on 3/25/2017. However, it’s actually a few hours beyond 3/25 into 3/26. In keeping with my ’25th’ theme, I plan to post on the 25th of each month and perhaps the 5th and 15th, as well. Thank-you for following this blog! I am delighted that so many follow it and while I believe in my ‘It’s Ever Christmas’ dream I’m AMAZED that you all are ‘here’ in it with me as I build it into reality! Again, thank-you so much!
Photo: Chelsea Hardwood Chair, Deck the Halls Ornaments, Rayon-Velvet Jeweled Deer Stockings, Prancer Stocking Hook, Yuletide Manor Wreath & Courtly Check Resting Deer – Neiman Marcus’ The Christmas Book 2016
The decor in this stately room is minimal, and cute. My favorite decor items in this display are the three whimsical pieces, the checkerboard-styled deer and the large ornaments on the mantle, as well as the red pine cones, the stockings, wreath and multi-patterned chair.
Photo: Flameless Candles, Sculpted Deer and Mercury Votives – Pottery Barn Holiday 2016 Catalog
This dining table setting has a soothing ambiance due, I think, to the deer’s grand antler-rack as candelabra, the beautiful, plump, blue-green Christmas tree and its glowing lights, the smaller deer and its antlers, the gorgeous plates, the assortment of bling-y candles and the stemware. So, yes, that’s pretty-much everything in the photo!
Photo: Industrial Fireplace Collection – Pottery Barn Holiday 2016 Catalog
I thought it would be neat to feature this quietly-gorgeous room with it’s richly-masculine feel and appearance. The fireplace is the focal point of this photograph and everything about it is really nice! My favorites are the combination of the reindeer, candles and simple, yet handsome garland.