Thursday, December 11, 2014

Hanging Of The Greens. . .

The hanging of the greens,
accented with reds and touches of holly and ivy,
is taking place high atop the Dining Room buffet and hutch On Crooked Creektt.





A simplistic styling continues high atop the hutch
and follows down along the buffet.



I adore my Anduze Pots!

This year, I chose to showcase their beauty 
by simply draping a pine needle garland 
with eucalyptus and cedar boughs along the length of the hutch.




Within the oval Anduze Pot,
I placed a holly and ivy sprig with some red glitter ornaments.












I used a matching holly and ivy sprig with more red glitter ornaments
to adorn the top of the Silver Tray on the buffet.





A vintage chalk ware bell from my youth 
and a Nativity Cross from our son and daughter~in~law,
all gifts of Christmas Past, completes the vignette on the buffet.





I placed a single evergreen wreath in front of the double cabinet doors
and tied my signature double 'fat' bow in green damask ribbon. 







Christmas On Crooked Creektt calls for the hanging of the greens!



Until next time. . .



On Crooked Creektt will be joining. . .



And. . .



And. . .


Jody and Stan @ Rooted In Thyme for Simple and Sweet Fridays!


Be sure to visit each amazing host and hostess for
inspiring home decor at Christmastime! 


7 comments:

Babs R said...

Looks really nice, Pat. I like the little pop of red among the silver and white pieces.

Shelia said...

Hi Pat! Well, you hung the greens just gorgeously! I love those pots too! Everything looks so pretty.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Martha said...

Looking good on Crooked Creek!

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

your pots and greens are simple yet lovely. Indeed, looking good!

podso said...

You know so well how to arrange things, The greenery adorns it all so beautifully.

Judy Biggerstaff said...

I always love simple elegant, your greens and pots are beautiful Pat. It's those special touches that bring it all together.

Marigene said...

Your hutch looks so festive, Pat!