Top of my china cupboard in the dining room.
I started out with some pinky red ornaments in the jar but switched to my rope knots. Like this look better!
One of the little vignettes inside the cupboard. This one is one of my favs.
Crown mugs by Rosanna and a glittered yule log.
I displayed my 12 days of Christmas plates this year. I love pulling them out to use them for desserts at Christmastime.
Don’t you think this cupboard would look SO pretty painted white? I’m trying to convince hubby that it would be ok to paint it.
My $.99 tree found a spot in an old bucket and graces my dining room table.
This glittered bird was a find last year after Christmas.
The mistletoe was a purchase this year at Crate and Barrel.
Another after-Christmas-purchase from last year.
The white knit stockings are from Lands End and were a Christmas gift from my Mom a couple years ago.
I am loving the view from my dining room into the kitchen. The wire tree in the kitchen has held my blown glass ornaments for years. This year the girls put those ornaments on our big tree and the wire tree now holds deep red ornaments I’ve had for years and years. I love how the two trees look together here.
Vintage print from an old book – I’ve had this for years and years too. The ‘Be Cheerful’ tag is from the days of McMaster and Storm’s brick and Mortar shop.
Several of our interior doors have transoms. This is what I put in one of them.
Top of my open shelves in the kitchen.
I had a vintage nativity left over that I didn’t have a spot for this year. So I tucked it on these shelves. It’s spread out a little but I like it that way.
My kitchen window. I found these deep red, vintage ornaments at Goodwill for $.99 a few weeks ago!!
A little better view of a little of my kitchen. See how small it is?! I mean it when I say my kitchen is not very user friendly. To read more about how I painted my kitchen go here, and here, and here.
Greenhouse on top of my refrigerator. I rather like the look of my dried Hydrangea blooms with the holly branches.
Vintage Faux Candies – these were included in a huge lot of vintage goodies I bought on ebay years ago.
Hope your week is going great! I have a few more decor things to share if I get time!
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