Friday, December 15, 2017

2017 holiday living room ~

This year in my newly redecorated Living room I decided to do a little something different with my holiday decorations. I wanted a softer look that reflected the room's new color pallete and formality.

Since the tree is the main focus I started there. I used pink ornaments, to compliment the pattern in the drapes, lots of fresh eucalyptus from Trader Joe's, which is almost a perfect match in color with the two bergere chairs, and finished off with a combination of  silk and dried flowers culled from my collection.

It turned out pretty much as I wanted. 

I always try to coordinate the mantle across the room with the tree, so I simply used the same materials on the mantle. In this picture you can see a close up of what I call, my 'crunchy' garland. This is one of my favorite decorations, it compliments everything and adds sparkle.

Finished! And now to be enjoyed.

Tomorrow I am going to my daughter's house to decorate while she is at work. It should be fun, this year we have decided on a woodland theme.

Thank you for visiting

~ Merry Christmas ~


  1. The pink ornaments go perfect with the florals, and it's great how you coordinate with the mantle. I'm really looking forward to seeing more of your decorations and your daughter's too.

  2. Beautiful! Love the tree and mantle.

  3. So soft and pretty...the pink and gold together glow warmly in the light.

  4. Absolutely beautiful, Adrienne! It all positively glows. Your daughter is so lucky to have you decorate for her. I am sure it will be lovely!

  5. Just so pretty! How lovely to sit in that room. Shows off your beautiful clock too! Enjoy decorating!

  6. Beautiful! I love the colors in your living room and your Christmas decor is just perfect!

  7. Adrienne, it couldn't be more perfect..Have a wonderful Christmas, sweet lady..Judy

  8. Adrienne, your tree and mantel look so beautiful! Merry Christmas to you and yours.
    Shelia ;)

  9. Adrienne, your tress is simply stunning - great job. I love it and the mantle too.

    Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas.



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