Thursday, December 15, 2016

A Christmas Lantern Window Theme

All of the decorating around the house is totally done and our dining room window is ready to view!

Black candle lanterns, in a wintery theme, flicker each night for my honey and me.

Aside from the large one the others are adorable in a miniature size.

With the lights on, by day, you can really see the entire collection.

 Same view, different lighting.

Looking from the entry into the dining area.

Twinkling white lights create a captivating sight to look at each night.

A lantern centerpiece on the lazy susan carries the theme on the table.

Christmas lights, in white, frame the window for inside appreciation at night.

Intentionally topsy are this pair of snowy trees that flank each side of the window.

Another red cardinal, like the one on our mailbox outside,

sits atop an old, black, firkin and an evergreen bed.

An old, charming, mirror reflects things in the window and around the room.

A Christmas card, a vintage marmalade jar and white pinecone trees on display on a black metal tray.

A sweet little old, straw, penguin sits on a mirror that hints of the look of ice.

Look how cute he was in last year's

There are a few more lanterns here and there around the room.

Our 1800's cupboard, with it's Christmas accents, is where we hide our kitchen tv and printer along with tons of crafts and files.

Fresh cut greens and red berry clusters form a simple, evergreen, chandelier wreath. 

 The additions of hanging silver bells and a large herringbone bow were the final touch to it's decor.

I'm all done for now, but I'll have one final share of Christmas decorating at the end of this year. 
  Christmas Eve we will be cooking and celebrating with 14 members of our family.
 I'm so excited to see my tablescapes come to might be able to guess the theme.
I've been planning them in my mind for weeks!

Other Christmas posts you may have missed this year.



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1 comment:

Cindy Lou said...

Looks Beautiful!! Great job!