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 2 I 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 1 I’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 4 Stay 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

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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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