You just never know what you might see... I saw this pretty wreath while driving a tiny back road near the foothills. The winter light and it's shadows are so interesting together. Winter twilight, fleeting but lovely.
I love the mixture of materials at this front door and how it projects such a classy impression. Maybe something good to keep in mind this Christmas holiday week…you can mix it up a lot of different ways but always keep it classy friends! 🙂
Winter has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere. The shortest day and longest night is upon us. And in my area, the arrival of many inches of new snow reinforces the arrival of the season. This little wreath represents the Winter Solstice for me. Dreamy blue and silver hues against darkness, evergreen structure in the …
It's a triple shot Friday! With the holiday buzz everywhere you go, do you feel like partaking in a triple shot of something today? Pick your merriment (whatever it may be) and enjoy. It's Friday after all.
Even on a foggy day, this festive wreath catches one's attention.
A red door with ivy and berries makes for a most festive feel during the winter season. But throw in a bright blue sky and you have something roaring amongst the sleepy winter landscape. To me, one of the most fetching things here is the asymmetry of the one wreath on the double door. How …
Monday is over. Time to get on an upward swing for the week. Love the ascending architecture on this little house. Cheery little wreath too.
I 've always been drawn to using natural items for Holiday decorating. Fruit, rose hips and raffia are the adornments to this evergreen wreath. How about you? Have you tried using natural materials for Holiday trimmings? If so, what are some of your favorites?
Well, I've only been to Pinkberry once, but this seems like it would be perfect decor for them. I love all the rich shades of magenta we see this time of year. Cranberries, pomegranates, holly berries...
The feathery outline and texture drew my attention from the street. Texture is such an important element of a good design, especially in gardening. Do you think of texture first-hand or off-hand when considering something to buy or create?