I took all the holiday decor down yesterday. It was a rare, beautiful, sunny day and it took most of the day.
This side of my family room has looked the same for months so I took everything off the table and started again. My best friend Tami gave me these fabulous orange bowls for Christmas so I puttered around and created this tablescape.
I had saved 3 potted plants that had miniature daffodil bulbs in them from last Spring, so I fished them out of the storage room, gave them a rinse and I’m forcing them in the rectangular vase on the left (above).
There’s a small storage room attached to our garage with rows of shelves designed for canned goods. I use it to store paint cans and all my miscellaneous home decor. I have so many different sized vases (you can never have too many vases) and all kinds of items, I’ll show it to you one day. Anyway I found a few faux Granny Smith apples for the low bowl.
These 3 green balls I brought home all the way from Houston a few years ago. I LOVE them for how green and fresh they look. The large faux coral I found from HomeSense and the orange bird votives are from West Elm.
Oh and did I mention I have a bad cold. I never get sick but this is the second Christmas break where I’ve been down and out. Isn’t it strange that suddenly when you have time to get sick it happens? Very strange. I’ve missed every party this week because of it (and I rarely get invited to parties too, such a bummer).
I’m leaving you with one of my True Colour Experts Jennifer Reynolds for her tips on the 10 Steps to get your Business ready for the new year.
source (love the balloon idea on the wall)
I hope you have a wonderful and happy new year!
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