Thursday, December 14, 2017

'Tis the Season {Dining Room: Home Tour}

I can honestly say that the dining room of our home is the least used room except for soirees. Most of the time the dining table is used to set up the food buffet. But, I do love to decorate the room due to it being opened to the rear of the house.

An arrangement of Christmas greens, antlers, glittered pomegranates, and pine cones sits at the center of the table. I love using the red plaid runner as well as the monogrammed plates given to me last year as a gift from BFF Dixie Delights. Each brass hurricane lamp features a flameless flicker candle decorated with a vintage-looking wreath from Hazelnut.

On the buffet sits the large Alison Evans clam shell filled to the brim with my favorite glittered pomegranates.

Wreaths of golden magnolia leaves and bay leaves line the dining room windows.

I just love using a bar cart at any time of the year, but it is most exciting at Christmas time. A silver tinsel tree is filled with martini olive ornaments and even a few martini glasses. Shaken, not stirred! The olive ornaments are available for purchase at Hazelnut on Magazine Street. Cheers, y'all!

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In the Dining Room, y'all!

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

'Tis the Season {Stair Parlor: My Home Tour}

The Stair Parlor is always a fun place to decorate. 

A large floral arrangement in Christmas greens, red berries, antlers, and my newest peppermint amaryllis {from Timothy De Clue Collection} signifies the Christmas season is here, and I am ready to celebrate. Cheers!

The stair banister is also adorned in live mixed greenery {Mitch's Flowers}. I love the scent of fresh greenery during the holiday season.

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Tis the Season in the Stair Parlor, y'all!

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

'Tis the Season {The Parlor: My Home Tour}

Tis the season to be jolly and decorate! I showed you the facade of my home in an earlier post, so now it's time to open the front door and come inside!

The parlor tree is decked in silvers, golds, and reds. The parlor tree features my ceramic oyster ornaments, clip-on candle lights, and mercury glass acorns. The tree is very elegant in the parlor.

The mantle is always a favorite place to decorate. Live mixed garlands are draped with real oyster shells. I always add a little bit of Southern flair to my decor. Oyster shell trees and collections of fox and deer make the season bright.

I am looking forward to sharing some good ole parlor patter this holiday season.

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Parlor for the Season, y'all!
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