OMG! I gasped when I saw this loevly photo!
It is tooooooo perfect! Lovely,lovely....
Ah, beautiful! Great scene for a warm Xmas eve, with friends and family and lots of delicious goodies that is ;)
Such a beautiful room. So serene, yet festive.Teresa
Done with my holiday shopping and love that setting! Simple but elegant!
Oh YES! I am ready too!Just starting to check off my lists. Doing well.L.
I agree with Poster Number 1: OMG Sure, it's an evocative photo, but the word "festive" only makes sense if you grew up in a Dickesnian orphanage. I can almost smell the damp ashes in the fireless grate. How about a nice bowl of cold gruel?
What a gorgeous room, even though I am a color person! I disagree with Scrooge on the "bowl of cold gruel" - I think a bowl of hot oatmeal with brown sugar and walnuts, a cup of coffee, sitting at that table in my jammies with good friends... just sounds lovely!I am trying to figure out how to keep my velvet pumpkins tied in with my Christmas tree when we decorate the day after Thanksgiving. Happy Holiday season!
Yea i know i think everyone is leaving it to the last minute...people are so busy. I think this photo is simply beautiful....get festive from Aussie Amanda x
this is beautiful. We decorate Dec. 1st but might do it the weekend after thanksgiving. I am happy to say all my shopping is almost done!
So pretty! I am happy for you to publish this picture as we don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in Australia. Our tree is up and decorations are all over the city. It's wonderful!Best wishes,Natasha.
This photo is rustic goodness at it's best... LOVE it! I am ready to move on to the Holiday greenery too. It has taking tremendous restraint not to put my tree up! Your blog is always so lovely. xo
I needed this Christmas fix...love the room and can't wait to start putting up the greens and tossing the pumpkins!Karen
Lovely in every way. I can't wait to decorate for the holidays... I'm ready to pull out the wreaths and garlands.
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