Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Seasons Greetings

I know that it may seem that I have been quite remiss in keeping up with my blogging, but I have a few good excuses! I can thankfully say that I have been busy with holiday decorating, both corporate and residential, which I love! I helped to decorate the Crown Plaza Campbell House Hotel the week of Thanksgiving and just finished up this past Saturday, and the week before that I worked on St. John & Myers Antique & Period Jewelry Salon. The hotel was like nothing I had ever done before. It was a HUGE job and an amazing experience! I will take photos as soon as I have time, maybe next week, but I am not sure, the next 4 days will be filled with holiday decor as well, but I will try. I love sharing projects like that will all of you and hearing your feedback.
In the mean time, I hope you all had a blessed Thanksgiving. This was the first Thanksgiving in 11 years that it was just the 5 of us, no other extended family or friends. It was quiet and sweet and we spent the day (and a couple of others) decorating for Christmas. The girls were very excited and we had a lot of fun, so I thought I would share some photos of different vignettes in our home. I did all close up shots with the exception of the front door because I really wanted you to be able to see the details up close, so come on in.
I truly love using fresh greens whenever possible, and cedar is my favorite to work with. It smells so good and it stays very fresh and does not dry out. I also added some pine cones dusted with white paint and glitter for a snowy effect.This is our dining room table...I will leave the rest to your imagination... I attached these beaded wreaths to the slipcovers on our dining room chairs with different vintage brooches. It is an unexpected and elegant touch.

The dining room buffet above

The pink buffet in the family room was my favorite to decorate this year. It turned out so pretty, it makes me smile each time I walk by it.



















The mantle and coffee table....

I hope you all enjoyed this "tour" I did not do the tree becuase the light was not very good today. I am not sure when I will have time to post again because of my schedule, by try to stop an take a peek, or sign up to follow the blog!

Wishing you all peace & love,

Sanya

7 comments:

Linda said...

Oh Everything looks so beautiful.

English Cottage in Georgia said...

Your Christmas decor is gorgeous - so Victorian and sparkly!!! Right up my alley :-)

Tutti Chic said...

Everything looks sooo amazing sanya! Your touch is noticed everywhere! :) chris

Onya said...

Sanya....
i just love your home and always love a peek in when you give us the chance!!! simply gorgeous!!!! so very creative. glad you are keeping busy as well. i still gotta decorate!! i will be getting my kids to help me out..... ;) they are looking forward to it!! have a great day!!

Suzie Button said...

How gorgeous! Everything is just shiny and lights up the Holidays! Great Decorating! Suzie

Stacy's Shabby Shoppe said...

Sanya ~ I love your Christmas decor. It's all so beautiful! Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a blessed new year! ~Stacy~

Holly said...

looooove the brooches on the slipcovers! Just beautiful! Happy New Year!