People in Connecticut love Christmas. They leave their decorations up till Spring Break it seems. So when in Rome, err Wilton.
It starts with ze curb appeal.
And towing the line between something understated
yet visible from the street
Treated ourselves to some LED prelit trees, they are really glowy and pretty at night. I’m excited about these as fully intend to keep using indoors well into the winter months.
As mentioned in the last post, I got a lot of pine roping. I just love the smell of fresh greens and the drapey effect
Living room mantle houses the mercury collection.
I can rarely resist some faux texidermy
Next up, the dining room–decorated simply with Paperwhites that my mother in law started for us in Nov. Perfectly blooming and intensely fragrant now.
Of course we have to have a kresh
To remind us what the season is truly about for us
Bedroom mantle, also set a glow. (my secret these days are those LED votives, they flicker and are safer than real candles)
A place to display a few of my white Glassybabys to remind us of our days in the Northwest.
Our final mantel/main hearth is still under construction as the little elves were making their Ginger Village to display there (or what is left of them that they did not eat!) last night.
Working on a few last decking items, including a fun way to display my husband’s 3 large acrylic cartoon displays from the original movie Rudolph. Check back on that one!
Hoping your season is merry, bright and festive too!