Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Still In Love With The White Christmas Tree


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Here it is! I'm still happy to have the little white Christmas tree in the living room!



Now that the little Christmas tree is out of its box once again and the felines are busy killing it, let's go back to the Holiday preparations! My newest acquisition are the two metal Christmas stars hanging on the gallery wall. Made in Germany :) I usually stay away from brown, but I love the way these brown stars echo the trim of the granny lamp.  



There's lots of pink going on here, topped with one of the Sleepy pumpkins I've made for Halloween. Many of you suggested it would be perfect for a Christmas decor, so here it is! I've added a vintage bell - a bronze buddy for the stars on the wall. Plus, I've split the white-washed wooden bird houses on both pink coffee tables (one of which serves as a side table, actually, it's more functional this way).



My cat Junior is not impressed with the way the sun rays play with the branches of the white tree. Oh well, what does he know about the trials and tribulations of a decorating addict!



Looking at these pics, I'm so far from a Christmas-y decor, but I really like it this way. Now I need to figure out what ornaments to put in the tree, so that the cats won't eat them :))




13 comments:

  1. The stars make such a big impact! Love your light and airy living room :).
    And I'm definitely going white with my Christmas tree next year. Yours is SO cute with its wood base.

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  2. White looks perfect in your lovely room Meeha - its the only colour apart from green I'd contemplate for a Christmas tree. Would you believe my sister has a black one! Yuk! Thanks for your kind comments about my Hama decorations - love to see you creating some - pink snowflakes for instance..... ;o)

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  3. Très joli post! je te souhaite aussi de très belles fêtes de fin d'année !
    Belle journée à toi, et merci de tes visites sur mes pages!
    Cath.

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  4. So pretty! You've inspired me to go modern in my new family room. I even managed to buy a white sofa last week and will be trying to figure out a cool lamp with a pop of color! I've always loved your style and in my new house...I'm going to give it a go! When I get to the decorating portion of my renovation, I'll be all over your blog for ideas! Thanks for being such a good source of inspiration my friend!

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  5. love, love, love! Splendid Xmas decoration!
    Wish you a Very Merry Christmas!

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  6. Perfect as always! I love your white tree and all your little holiday additions. Your cats are super cute, too!

    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

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  7. it looks really lovely meeha! i happen to quite like all the pink you have going on. and i adore your gourd elf! he just looks so happy and sleepy - content and tired no doubt from all his toy making :)

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  8. I love your home Meeha ,, me encanta su lámpara , sus cuadros, su mesa de acrílico rosada , y ese árbol navideño blanco

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  9. A beautiful place you have! Lovely the Christmas Tree and the pinks! Pretty wreath, I think I have the same flomers in my garden (Anaphalis). I like the decorated table, with the nice goard and everything. You are so clever! :) Very cosy with the cats on your photos. Thank you very much for your sweet comments. I read the comment you wrote by Jennys Hem. Very nice! :) Wish you a very happy Christmas! Hugs from Lisa

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  10. The stars make really a nice statement on your wall. But nothing beats that picture of the two cats admiring your Christmas tree, or planning to murder it, I'm not sure! Merry Christmas to you!

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  11. So lovely! Thank for sharing!
    Wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Ywear!

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  12. I love your decorating style! So light and cheery and just lovely!
    Merry Christmas!
    d

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