At Home Today

December 29, 2012 by 9 Comments

Hi there, just popping in to say “hello”.  Christmas has been put away and the living-room seems a little sparse right now. Decorating ideas should be pouring in any time now, right !?!? Did you notice that I turned the shabby urns on the mantle upside-down?  Using them this way works for now.

Living Room 2I placed the small cedar tree into a crate with a string of lights and set it on the bookshelf. The warm glow of the lights cozies up that corner of the room.  We have yet to light a fire in the fireplace!

Living Room 1I’m also keeping a little bit more “bling” than usual sitting around, just until the New Year then the baubles will be put away.

Living Room 4Stay tuned for more progress in this room and the breakfast area.  It had a little make-over this past week and I will share that with you soon.

Linking to:   savvy southern style , between naps on the porch


9 Responses to “At Home Today”
  1. Love your bits of bling, and turning the urns upside down is inspired, I love them that way!

  2. Donnamae says:

    It does seem empty once all the decorations are gone. I do need some inspiration…I can’t remember how I had things, haha…so I have to come up with new, or perhaps their old, vignettes! 😉

  3. Auntie Em says:

    Visiting for Make it Pretty Monday– and I’m glad I did! I like the cleanness and neatness of your post- Christmas room. So restful!

  4. Sheila Brock says:

    Love your look/blog. Just found you.

  5. Valerie says:

    No fire in the fireplace yet…please tell me you live someplace warm and inviting! 🙂 It’s so very cold here in Kansas today!

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