Thursday, December 4, 2008

Decking the Halls in Style.....

Okay, so I should be in bed by now, but I could not wait to share with you some gorgeous pictures I saw online tonight. They are spectacular! I am in awe, once again of some people's talent. Hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I am.


From Grand Southern Events


I forgot where I found this one, but wow! I've seen peacock decor around....
in fact Joann's has a small tree made of peacock feathers and a wreath.
Very nice! I love the blue accents.

All of the pictures below are from Country Living magazine's website....










I wish this was my bedroom.



Happy Holidays!

9 comments:

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

Oh my gosh...they are gorgeous. I can't wait to get started decorating. I'm a little late, but will start on Sunday. Thanks for visiting me. Love your blog and am putting you on my blogroll.

Romantic Living said...

Don't you just adore Country Living Magazine's website?? It is pure eye candy!

Kelli

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

Those are gorgeous!!!

Mo said...

Thanks Cindy! The last one reminds me of your tree, but yours is prettier.

CIELO said...

How lovely... those gorgeous decorated homes reminded me that the Christmas spirit hasn't hit home yet... opps, better hurry and get my tree! ;)

Have a lovely day, Mo

cielo

Blondie's Journal said...

What beautiful pictures. I scrolled through some of your posts and it was like I was curled up with my own magazines (something I intend to do in about 15 minutes) I loved your evergreen branch adventure at the garden place (I probably wouldn't have asked-Save A Branch Day!!). I used to have a huge evergreen in the backyard and would take cuttings at Christmas to scatter here and there. The poor tree is gone now but I think I'll bring a little tote bag with me when I go for my Christmas tree this week. Ill visit again soon!!

Mo said...

Blondie- Thanks for visiting! Yes, I think when we move I'm going to plant a fir tree and a holly bush that I can get clippings from every year. Then it feels like you're getting greenery for free year after year. And 'free' is my favorite price.

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

I keep coming back to look at that amazing golden white tree. The one in the all white livingroom with the white presents below it. It fairly glows gold and I wanna know how they did that?? Any ideas?
Thanks for a great blog. Be sure to visit me. ~ ~ Ahrisha~ ~

Mo said...

Ahrisha-I'm thinking that the glow of the "white lights" is accentuated by the flocking on the tree. And I think they used bigger lights. I've seen some orb ones at Target like this. The lights are probably also accentuated by the shiny balls. I have some clear iridescent ones that do that on one of my trees. Other than that I have no idea. It does look so dreamy though. Thanks for visiting!!!