Wreaths & Table Settings…..


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Wreaths are part of Christmas décor that I can not go past. For me, our Old Lady (our home) is not ‘dressed’ for Christmas without a wreath…they are everywhere- from the front door right through to the back door. I have them on mirrors, in the boys bedrooms, my studio, walls, doors…..some with lights, some plain and some with small vintage glass baubles….


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…but, since I purchased a small glass cloche, like this one, I am beginning to re-think the abundance of wreaths that are strewn through our home. Maybe some stunning statements like the one pictured above, with a branch from our big old tree and some ceramic Marley & Lockyer stars, or a little ceramic house. What do you think?

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Don’t get me wrong though, wreaths will still be throughout the Old Lady, but mainly on our doors (like this one last year) and a few scattered here and there, but I am really re-thinking the interior vignettes. Another display I need to get onto  is….



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…the Christmas table!

We are having a small Christmas this year with only 6 adults and our 2 boys…a very relaxed affair to what we normally host, so it is going to be the full baked dinner affair and I would really like the table to look nice  with such a manageable number. This table by Griege Design is stunning and I love the linens and whites, loads of glass, silver and greenery…off to plan!

Ness xx



9 comments on “Wreaths & Table Settings…..

  1. Anonymous on said:

    I have no doubt that whatever you decide to do will be beautiful Ness!
    I love your work. Wishing you and your family a blessed Christmas. Shirleyx

  2. Katherines Corner on said:

    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas my friend xo

  3. Doré Burlap Luxe on said:

    All is calm over here with the added beauty of a Joyeux Noël


  4. Happy Christmas Ness, so glad I found your blog again. Your home is amazing. Bec x

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