Saturday, December 15, 2012

A Christmas Decorating Recap, Indoors and Out


Just a quick recap of the last couple of weeks of Christmas decorating. Even though it's only a little over a week to Christmas, I'll probably tweek a few things because I just can't leave well enough alone. Are you like me in that way? Here's what we have going on at the Teer household so far...

The rustic front porch with grapevine, greenery, twinkle lights and deer.


The Texas star was a must- have repainted to a creamy distressed white.



The newly upholstered armoire with fresh greenery and the Pinterest knock-off NOEL.


Yes, another wreath. You can't have too many!


The breakfast room chandelier with a little bling.


Our mismatched tree.


Some cozy pillows and Dash and Albert throw.



One of many angels.
 
Mixture of rustic and metallic.

My new obsession with mercury glass and anything to do with birds and nests.

Anthropologie stockings, not practical but cute as heck!


Mixing metallic jingle bells


The mantle with Pottery Barn stockings, candles and large pine cones.



Mexican tin angels with more bling.

Already having the red in the living room makes it an easy decision to go with traditional Christmas colors.

A hand carved Guatemalan Nativity that I found in Boerne last year.

Antlers from the D.R. Horton Ranch
Well, that about sums it up. The decorating is done and next week will be the wrapping and the cooking. Please join me next week, along with my mom, as we share some family recipes and maybe some party planning tips too.

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3 comments:

  1. Very pretty! LOVE all the silver and nests!

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  2. Angles??????? Ah! Angels! (sorry!) I too love mercury glass and I have NONE - so I think, prompted by you (and your nests are lovely), that I will start searching fleamarkets here in the UK. Merry Christmas!

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  3. Oops. Thank you for the editing. I hope you find some lovely things in your search. Mercury glass is so popular now that it is hard to find.

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