Shelley, you amaze me! And I am heading out tomorrow to pick up some of those doily plates. 🙂
gorgeous! All of it! Great job. Love it! So very festive 🙂
I love everything about it – great job! It really is the most wonderful time of the year, isn't it?
Rhonda @ home.made.
SUPER cute!!! I love how clean and classy it all looks!
You are so creative!
I love it!! It looks amazing! We are doing neutral Christmas decor with pops of red this year! I'm taking a break from making my ruffled burlap garland right this second (darn hand cramps)! I would LOVE to know how you did the envelope back for the pillow you made with the napkin. I actually picked up some napkins at Hobby Lobby the other day, but would love to make them into an envelope pillow just like you did. Any tips you can give would be greatly appreciated! xoxo
I love the splashes of red. The mini pointsettas on the shelves are so cute- love the pots!
So beautiful! I want to move in!
Seriously, could I just BE you? Please? For one day?
Your Christmas decor is amazing!
My jaw is on the floor over here!!!!!!!!!! 😀
It looks adorable! I love red and I love how you used it, and those poinsettias in the crate, loving it! You don't mind if I borrow that idea do ya? Oh and the window and frame, love that pattern!
WOW!!! I LOVE IT! EVERYTHING you do is amazing!
Your whole livingroom is just stunning!! Gorgeous, Shelley!!!
House looks beautiful! I am working on some red pillows too 🙂
Man I wish I had your decorating eye! You've got a gift girly!
LOL! You are such a talent and stinkin' funny!
Your decor and home are gorgeous! And you sure rocked those poinsettias!
I think I've pinned all of your kitchen shelf vignettes. I love how you decorate them for the holidays. I'm adding this Christmas one to my Pinterest boards….love it!
I totally love love love your house in Christmas-style. Here in the Netherlands the Christmas-spirit will start next week cause we have a 1 holiday to go before Christmas called Sinterklaas. But I've allready my house totally in Christmas-style and also using the red and the whites.
I'll link this post on my blog this friday at my inspiration-post over Christmas. Cause I think a lot of Dutch-woman would love your style like I do.
Have a lovely monday!
Marieke from Rotterdam, Netherlands
So stinkin cute! I love it all!
I love it!!! Your home is so beautiful and welcoming!! I love the red!! I decorate every year in red, I am a traditional girl, what can I say!! Merry Christmas!!
I love it Shelley! Red is my favorite color, so I love Christmas time! 🙂
Christmas isn't Christmas without lots of RED.
Your home looks beautiful and cozy. Sure do wish I could decorate my home. I have to wait until our renovation is over and it is killing me!
Have a blessed week!
I love how you played up your Christmas tree with silver and the red, white & silver decor definitely gives the feel of Christmas. I'm a new follower, please drop by when you have a chance.
Shelly it's absolutely beautiful!! LOVE it all – especially the pillows! Hope you and your family have a fabulous December!
Love every single detail! LOVELY!
Mallory @ Classy Clutter
gosh you are awesome!! love your stuff!
Hi! But what if we don't have Tai Pan in our area, Arkansas??? I want that burlap ribbon! It's so very hard to find. Do you sell in your shop? So want this for my tree. Any ideas?
Shelley, love it, as always! I love red for the holidays too 🙂
It's gorgeous 🙂 And I'm kicking myself for not buying that exact wreath at Tai Pan when I was in SLC in October. 🙂 I came soooo very close. And now I'm sad. Boo. 🙂
So beautiful! Can I move in?
Your house looks beautiful as always! I just love your pops if red. We are doing red too its so classic. I'm crazy about Christmas! I really hope you'll share your Holiday decor at The Corson Cottage for our Home for the Holidays link party every Friday in December. Carrie
Absolutely beautiful Shelley! You did an amazing job. Love the pillows and your shelves this year!
Lots of beautiful inspiration! And your photography is beautiful – as always.
I've featured your blog today at Stylesson. Thanks for all of your creativity!
Once again it looks beautiful….and I love the super nanny picture, YOU ARE DARLING!
I am in love with your tree. I actually used your tree as an inspiration for mine with the ribbon. It's amazing what a little bit of ribbon can do for a tree. I noticed while I was shopping for Christmas things that tree skirts are quite pricey this year. Where did you get yours at?
Gorgeous! Hate to say this but I think it's "Jingle bell time is a swell time to go riding in a one horse …"
Everything looks amazing Shelley! I especially love the picture frame you fancied up and the pillows you made! I think I need to make a trip to Pottery Barn!
I love your napkin pillows – they are so adorable! I really want to make some. Did you buy the napkins this year? I love everything you've done!
Can I just come sit in your house for a while? It is so cheery and bright! Our Christmas decor is definitely lacking, but seeing your home definitely gave me a good dose of Christmas spirit! Love you guys!!!
I LOOOOOOVE the color combo of that minty aqua and cherry red. TO DIE FOR.
Love it all as always!!!!
I love uniformed trees. They look absolutely gorgeous. I do have a question. With a beautiful tree like that,do you have any ideas on what to do with the ornaments you get from your kids? They are adorable and I don't not want to use them, any suggestions?
I've thought about doing a separate little tree (the kid's tree)??!!!!
Oh my. I absolutely LOVE your eye for design. I have recreated/will be recreating a few of your tutorials in my own home. Anytime I feel like I need a bit of inspiration, I swing by The House of Smiths blog. This year's Christmas design is probably my favorite. Keep up the wonderful work!!
Okay…so I love everything! Beautiful
Do you mind telling the color and brand of paint you used on your turquoise table and the gray coffee table? I love them! My email is radiantfaces11[at]yahoo.com
I was just about to ask what the grey color on your kitchen or diningroom wall was! Alysiabattista[at]yahoo.com
Miss B, Busy Bee
I just came across your blog,you are amazing!! Great ideas!! Love it, I'm a fan !!
Where is your tree skirt from? Or is it a diy?
It varies depending upon the weather, which species where planted by the tree farms years ago, and your region of the country. In Florida, Red Cedar, Virginia Pine, Sand Pine, Spruce Pine and Leyland Cypress are grown specifically for use as Christmas trees.
Very very pretty. I like the display by the mirror and the garland is very nice. Great photos.
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Looking so beautiful and Gorgeous!!!
Merry Christmas and have a Joyful day!
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