Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Sometime we just need simple in our life. I know it will still be beutiful.
Need to see pictures
Simple seems to be the new look these days. I love it and find it so calming. I am going for a woodland look celebrating the beautiful creatures and the gifts of nature. It's all fun...that's what matters. Love the photo. Have a wonderful weekend. Deb
I am planning to do the same thing this year go simple, Key word here "planning" lol. Love the idea of antique sleighs on the front porch , may we see photos sounds lovely and a awesome idea . Have a good evening !
It sounds lovely.
Me too :) Love the photo!
A whole month of celebration !
Jo, one of the prettiest trees I ever saw stood with only a raffia bow atop it.
Sometimes that is the best way to go and I look forward to the simple way, next year!
You have such a fine sense of decoration. I look forward to seeing more Christmas stuff from you, even if it's cut back a little. :-)
looking forward to see those photoes!!and OLIVER!!)))))))as always a very very beautiful blog you got.Best wishes from Anita
As we are surrounded by woodland it seems crazy not to use it. But using material from the garden to make wreaths and decorations has been my style too, for a number of years now. I do like some teeny twinkly lights mixed in with it though!
I'm sure whatever you do will be beautiful. I love the idea of simple decor, especially from nature.Happy decorating!
Sometimes we just over do, then others times, I just can't get everything out.:):) Enjoy your decorations. I like driving around and seeing everyone elses. Smiles to you Jo. xo, Susie
It sounds like you're doing what I always do too--Simple and understated, but lovely!! I hope you're doing well, and enjoyed your Thanksgiving!!
Even this little peek looks lovely and welcoming! I would love to come for tea!Maryhttp://anhistoricallady.blogspot.comPS Hoping you will stop by our website and see our "18thc. Christmas Past at the Old Brown Cape" photo gallery now up!www.thecountryladyantiques.com(Scroll to the bottom of the HOME page and click on the link!)
Haha, we'll wait and see. I always go for minimal, but I really cannot stop when I have started.Wish you lots of success!
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