Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Merry Christmas Eve

A trip to the flower mart produced just enough wreaths, garlands and pointsettias to minimally decorate this little City flat.
I even found the stockings but decided to hang just mine and Mr. A's.

 Dried hydrangeas from our old house and cinnamon scented pine cones from the grocery store fill in the mantel.

I found battery operated birch candles from Grandinroad.
They even came with a remote control!



 A Ralph Lauren tartan throw becomes a tablecloth in the dining room.  Les Méchantes carries a similar one here.
I took the ugly shades off the chandelier and draped it with live garland.

 A bouquet of Christmas flowers will replaee the rosemary topiary tonight for our Christmas Eve crab feed.


 Our ornament free "Charlie Brown" Christmas tree found a home on top of the piano!
As I've already mentioned, decorating for the holidays this year was a bit of a challenge, for many reasons--a major move, a new business and everything in storage to name a few.
To tell the truth, I actually didn't mind not going all out!
I'll do that next year....maybe!

Les Méchantes Launch Party, November 2014
 Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy 2015!

Pin It!

7 comments:

Marlis said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours! Wishing you joy and happiness. Thank you for all the beauty you have brought to my life. Xo Marlis

gme said...

Looks beautiful Delores! Thank you and Merry Christmas to you!

Mary Clewley said...

Merry Christmas, sweet Delores! Your home looks beautiful and warm and inviting, as usual.♡

Ron said...

Cheers and Merry Christmas, Delores!

Nadja Cipriani said...

Merry Christmas Delores. All the best to you and your family in the coming year.

Sarah said...

Merry Christmas, Delores. I think your city abode looks delightfully festive. I wish you all the best during the holidays and the coming year. You've a lot on your plate to keep you busy in the year ahead. Let it bring you joy!
Hugs from your friend in Texas ~ Sarah

Silk Flower Arrangements said...

Holidays come and gone and the reality of a year ahead is here. Thanks for the New Years inspiration. Happy decorating!

Related Posts with Thumbnails
There was an error in this gadget