Monday, December 10, 2018

From Our Home to Yours {Christmas: Den and Dining Rooms}

In the rear of the house is an open room which houses our den (the place we lounge and watch TV) and the dining room. Both have been decorated for the Christmas season in a very traditional way.





The tabletop tree in the den is Suzanne Kasler for Ballard Designs. I filled the tree with a woodland theme using pheasant feathers, found antlers, turtle shells, and ornaments including pheasants, pine cones, and of course, acorns.










Even my antler collection received some Christmas joy.





Various Christmas items are spread throughout the shelves of the built-in.






In the dining area, green cedar garlands hang atop the chandelier and artwork. An arrangement of glittered poms fill a ceramic vessel on the buffet. 










Red berries and greens complement vases and displays on the French-style baker's shelves.







The paper mache' deer head backed with more cedar hangs in the rear French door which overlooks the backyard.




Christmas is a special time of year in our home, and I hope it shows. For sources, just comment and I'll reply.






See more of my 2018 From Our Home to Yours posts:




Den and Dining, y'all!

18 comments:

  1. Good morning, Ron! The den and the dining room look so festive--you have such beautiful Christmas decorations and such an eye for decor and detail. I love that table top tree with the woodland theme, too! Have a great day! xoxo

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    1. Thanks. I appreciate your daily visits and comments.

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    2. You know how much I love your blog posts! I really miss them when you don't do one daily! xoxo

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  2. Wow, your new home is so beautiful. You have truly made it a showplace.

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    1. Thanks, Marty. I appreciate your kind words.

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  3. It's been a fun journey looking through all your Christmas posts, Ron. Merry Christmas.

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    1. Thanks, Katie!!! I appreciate your time and comments.

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  4. Hey, Mr. Blue Eyes! Oh, you're making your new home so lovely. Love seeing all of your Christmasing - so warm and inviting but still so elegant!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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    1. You are always so kind and sincere. Thanks!

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  5. As always Ron you’ve done a beautiful job decorating! The SK tree is perfect and I like the ornaments you chose for it. The big clam shell looks gorgeous with the ornaments you arranged so nicely! I’m enjoying seeing things I remember from your other home finding new places in your new cottage! πŸŽ„

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  6. So warm & cozy & beautiful, Ron. Just perfect! πŸŽ„πŸ’šπŸŽ„

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  7. Oh Ron what a great spot to curl up and enjoy watching TV. I love the coziness to this room. Also love the antler collection up above the TV so whimsy and beautiful. You knocked it out of the park as always Ron. Love this room decked out for Christmas.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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    1. No animals were hurt in the making of the vignette. Thanks!

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  8. Ron, the house looks lovely with all of the Christmas decorations. Happy Holidays!

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  9. That den screams comfort and joy! And Suzanne Kasler wishes her trees looked that good! Love the detail you've added Ron. At some point, I hope you will share how you and J are storing all your fabulous decor in your new cottage. It will be my project to downsize in my [near?] future and I really want/need to know.

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  10. I hadn't visited in quite a while and when I saw that you all had moved I was surprised. Your new home is as lovely as your old home! Your den is amazing and looks like the perfect place to curl up. I love your trees each with it's own theme. What a beautiful Holiday home!!! Merry Christmas!

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