Decorating for Christmas
I have a new go-to resource for my Christmas greenery.
The Curb Market, located in downtown Montgomery, Alabama.
Above is one of the large centerpieces, (there are two) which will go on my mantels,
after I gussy them up a bit with pine cones and holly sprigs.
And maybe some pomegranates and lady apples as well.
Here are my box garlands and wreaths.
The velvet bows came with the wreaths, and maybe need a little work before everything is hung.
For some reason, I have always wanted a gold spray-painted magnolia wreath.
This one is a very muted gold. I like it because it doesn’t look too shiny.
I have no idea where it will go (somewhere inside, maybe on the breakfast room table?), but here it is:
Readers, what are your decorating plans this year?
This entry was posted on November 28, 2012 by Ellen at Color Calling. It was filed under Christmas, Decorating trends .
Love the gold magnolia wreath and it’s also a great solution since magnolia out of water so quickly wanes. I confess i get a bit of a pass on Christmas decorating this year since we’ll be at my sister’s and travelling a bit before that. But i usually order a few wreaths with huge velvet or silk bows and about a dozen amaryllis planted in different configurations for my NY pad. It’s pretty, festive and simple.
November 28, 2012 at 4:59 am
Frances—sounds wonderful! Especially the sister part. Best, Ellen
November 28, 2012 at 8:41 am