Hi, everyone! This is what's going on in our neck of the woods today...a winter wonderland!
Wouldn't our house look festive with wreaths on every window? Yah, that's not gonna happen-ha! I LOVE that look, and every year I say we're gonna do it, but then after I spend so much time decorating the inside, the outside just doesn't get much holiday love. (Although I did just score the porch trees at a thrift store!!)
So in my last post here, I showed you a couple of vignettes in my front hall/living room.
I'm continuing on in the living room. I didn't do a lot, just a few small touches.
I'll start by showing you the little drawer unit beside our couch.
I thought these rusty bells were so cute-they were a great score from a thrift shop, too!
I found the little rusty basket recently and thought it would be a perfect match with the bells!
I've had the skinny twig tree for a couple of years, and it's still one of my favorites!
I fell in love with this little wheelbarrow at an antique store a few months ago!
I knew I'd want to use it for Christmas on our factory cart coffee table.
I filled it with a little greenery and some large pinecones...
...and used a grain sack underneath it as a 'runner.'
I love the touch of whimsy that it gives!
My barn wood shelves in the corner got 'dressed up' with some simple greenery in a tool box...
...and I placed a tree in my olive bucket. I know it's nothing original, but I still love the look of it!
I used a grain sack to cover the bottom, then blinged the tree up a little with some clip-on burlap flowers...
....and a pair of feather angel wings that I just found at a second hand shop-gotta love those bargains!
I just realized I don't think I've ever shown you my vintage grocery cart in the back by the window! I found it at a little shop I was visiting over the summer, and had to have it!!
I've piled grain sacks in the top basket and added some antlers. (I'll show you more pics of it another time :)
You've probably already seen my mantel, which is across from the coffee table. You can see more of it here.
So, as you can see I've kept the Christmas decor in the living room pretty simple!
I hope that you enjoyed this little tour...have a wonderful weekend!
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