Thursday, November 29, 2012

Decking the Halls, Stair Parlor {Christmas 2012}

 

On with the tour…

Now enter the Stair Parlor.

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The stair parlor is “guarded” by the soldiers standing at attention in each niche.

On the central table (my fave) is an arrangement in a large mercury glass faux bois vessel. The arrangement contains stems of pine, red berries, and my favorite cotton boll branches. I think it makes a festive welcome.

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The table holds my collection of boxes in bone, horn, oyster shells, and pewter. A glittered deer with a blowing collar “wish” sits atop the bone box. I purchased it last year with my Dixie Belles. We each have one from The Porch, now at The Shops at 2011 Magazine Street.

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Atop the table is the chandelier decked in holiday spirit with red cane-style chandelier shades and tiny stems of pine wrapped around each light stem.

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6 shiny ornaments hang from the chandelier.

The staircase features 2 magnolia garlands wrapped in mini white lights. Seasonal bows, pomegranates, and gold rope/tassel adorn the garland in strategic locales.

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Along the stairs are potted poinsettias, decorative drums, and 2 glittered trees.

The small chest at the foot of the stairs is topped with compotes of Christmas balls in red and white & gold gilded acorns.

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See my other Deck the Halls posts:

Facade Day: click HERE

Facade Night: click HERE

Parlor: click HERE

Decking the Stair Parlor, y’all!

10 comments:

  1. Ron-It looks fabulous and grand. Love it- especially the table and I really love the little niches on either side of the staircase. xo Dina

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  2. So pretty, Ron. I love the way you go all out with your Christmas decor. I am slowly getting mine up. I thought about doing lights on the stair garland this year too but our dog is not quite a year old and I am afraid she will decide to eat the lights!
    -Shelley

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  3. Wowee! When you finish can you come and do my house?

    xo

    Andie

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  4. Love it! I really love the table and chandelier, and the gold rope with tassels add such a richness to the garland! Can't wait to see tomorrow's blog post! :)

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  5. Your clock table really caught my eye! I have two that I painted black and distressed and put clock faces on them..but I really like th whole thing being a clock face. Nice

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  6. Ron, your home is truly a holiday feast for the eyes! The stair parlor looks amazing! I am sure it is even more stunning in person!

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  7. Beautiful as always Ron!! I love how you have your garland draped along the staircase!

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  8. Another gorgeous holiday room! Thanks for sharing, Ron. xo, Jill

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  9. So Beautiful, love the magnolia garland. The staircase is fantastic. Just, fantastic.
    Hugs, Ginger

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