As I said this autumn, I think our town is at its most beautiful in the fall, but there is something about the first snowfall that is just so pretty, too. As with most New Englanders, I have a love-hate relationship with snow. I was eagerly awaiting it since everything was looking so barren and dreary, but by mid-January I’m going to ask my husband if we can move south of the Mason-Dixon line.
Merry Christmas! Thanks to all the craziness that comes with moving we were a little late on getting our Christmas cards done this year. But, hey, it’s never too late for Christmas cards, right? We worked with our sponsor, Minted on these ones and I love them!
Today we are excited to share the progress we have made so far in our new formal living room! This was another room where the trim was already white (yay!) so the I only had to paint the walls in here! I pondered going with Kendall Charcoal which I’ve used in our last two homes and always loved but decided to go with something with a little bit more color to it and used Blue Note which Jamie used in her back hallway and I LOVED whenever I see it.
We are excited to be participating in a Christmas Progressive Dinner today! The first stop was over at Sarah’s (Our Vintage Farmhouse) for a delicious Garlic Parmesan Skillet Bread and next up we have some Baked Potato Soup here in our dining room:
Here is list of all the courses that are on the menu and part of this dinner:
Don’t they all just look so delicious!?!?!?
Welcome to the Deck the Halls Christmas Home Tour, hosted by Decor Gold Designs and Randi Garrett Design! We are excited to join with so many talented bloggers to bring you some Christmas inspiration throughout the house!
Today we are sharing our entryways. Welcome, readers joining us from over at Dimples and Tangles!
I love that the first thing we see when we open our front door is this piece of artwork by DeAnn.