December is here & so is the winter weather here in Saskatchewan!
We had yet another dump of snow last night & it certainly looks like Christmas outside. There's no shortage of snow this year! :)
It's also looking very Christmasy everywhere you go - including our house!
Our halls are decked & Christmas preparations are in full force.
This year, I decorated in keeping with my silver theme, but added some turquoise into the mix. Just touches here & there, but it a little goes a long way. It's so pretty!
Most of our gifts are purchased & wrapped already, but we have a few left to buy.
I kept my sheet music wreath up from my fall decor & just changed out the seasonal touches. The clothes pins make it perfect for displaying Christmas cards!
A trifle bowl filled with shiny baubles & candles add a bit more sparkle to the living room.
My silver side table in the entryway is in its glory during the Christmas season.
I also found some beautiful printables to use in my decor this year. The one below is available here.
I printed it off & backed it with wrapping paper. Into the frame it went & it adds so much to the decor as well as reminding us what the Christmas season is all about... the biggest birthday party ever!
|Isn't that owl the cutest?|
My lanterns also got a touch of Christmas added to them. One is filled with glittered pinecones, the large one has a battery operated candle on a timer so it comes on every evening. My sequinned reindeer finishes off this little grouping.
On the bar top between the living room & kitchen, I added another printable (available here) in a frame & more shiny baubles with a sweet little birdie.
And can you see my snowy owls in the background??
Here's panoramic shot (taken with my phone so not super high quality) of the living room & bar top.
One last little touch... My mom came & helped me decorate this year (btw, she's a professional interior decorator - I know, I'm blessed!) & between her & I we created this white, turquoise, & silver vignette on top of the cupboards in my kitchen.
Lots of milk glass, some vintage pyrex, & more shiny baubles help bring Christmas into the kitchen as well.
There you go! I hope you enjoyed the tour of my main floor Christmas decor. I'll be sharing lots of Christmasy goodness over the month of December, so be sure to follow along!
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