Thursday, December 10, 2009

Our House for Christmas









Come on in! How fun is it that we get to visit each other's homes and we don't even have to take off our PJs? Join in over at Southern Hospitality for the party. First off I have my card holder. I can't wait until it is full of cards from friends.
This is our foyer. We have our dining table and buffet in here so that we could have another bedroom. I need to look out for a taller tree or arrangement of some type, but until then, this is it.




























This was my mom's grandmother's dresser. The table and buffet above were bought by my parents when they first got married. The table has 3 leaves and seats 14. It looks like Stickley Furniture but I do not have a mark anywhere so I think it is a look alike.









Moving into the music, video playin, movie watchin front room. We closed off the opening between it and the original dining room when we made a bedroom. It also gave us this wall for the piano.















































































Into the kitchen. I have tried to edit to white, red, and green. We still need to finish the doors. I wouldn't mind a couple of open cabinets but never a whole roomful. Everything gets so dirty.











































Our family room is open to the kitchen. This nativity is on the console at the garage door entry.







Countdown to Santa. But, we don't do Santa, so it is just till Christmas, when Jesus was born.







I bought this nativity when I was first out on my own. A house in my husband's neighborhood opened their home for a craft sale each year. The man cut these out and the lady painted them. It was in the late 80's. My kids have played with these, moving the people all around.









































My grandmother's dough bowl that sits on the coffee table.







Well, thank you for coming by. I hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas.



I am also linking to:
The Nester's Tour of Homes



13 comments:

Happy Nester said...

Everything looks beautiful. I love your card holder. I saw one at Pier One the other day & I am still kicking myself for not buying it.
Thanks for sharing.

momstheword said...

Everything looks so pretty! I love seeing everyone's homes decorated for Christmas. Love your new blog design too, very cute!

Shelia said...

Oh, how beautiful everything is! Loved seeing your pretty home!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

That bird on the glass doors caught my eye, it is SO BEAUTIFUL (and so are those doors)...it is fun to open our homes to everyone and feel like we've been invited over to tea, isn't it? Thanks for sharing your beautiful home!

Rue said...

Beautifully done!

I'm drooling over your piano :)

rue

♥Amber Filkins♥ said...

Ooooh. I love those birds! And the old window! And the pomanders hanging from the chandelier. Love it!

Lynda @ Elegance Reclaimed said...

You home and decorations are just lovely. Very warm and inviting.

I do especially LOVE your grandmother's dough bowl, how wonderful that you have that...

Thank you for sharing and have a GRAND weekend.

Its So Very Cheri said...

I love the robin egg blue holiday decor-that is gorgeous.

I also signed up to follow. Thanks for posting to the party
Cheri

Its So Very Cheri said...

Be sure to check my post

Cheri

Lora said...

Your home looks very festive!

Merry Christmas!

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Beautiful simply beautiful, enjoyed.
Sue

Ells said...

The blues and ivory and silver near your piano are lovely! Thanks for sharing your home (I'm getting all kinds of ideas from your kitchen, too!).

Rona's Home Page said...

I'm really enjoying the 2009 Christmas Home Tour. Many of you are so talented and creative.
Your decorations are so beautiful!
Thank you for the tour.