Friday, December 2, 2011

Decorating in silver and white {and sprigs of green}

Sharing a few more photos of my Christmas decor that I finished up yesterday. I purchased two bundles of greens from *the big box store* for $5 each {in the live flower section} and it really went a long way. This is a very long shelf in my kitchen that my daddy made for me years ago...out of oak...I painted it white a couple years ago , but we won't tell anyone. :)

This chair also sits in my kitchen and I love decorating it for the different seasons.
I picked up a few of the paper ball glitter ornies at Pottery Barn this past February on clearance for little of nothing. I love them. They are so pretty and sparkly.

My beautiful Joyeux Noel cone that I found on Etsy. I put some greens in it and then added a vintage sprig of berries.  {It still has the original Japan label on it}

My basket prettied up for the season.

I still adore my vintage silver ornies and try to pick unique ones up whenever I can. I purchased a few of the mercury glass trumpet ornies at Pottery Barn this past February on clearance for peanuts.
Sorry there is glare in this photo. The lighting has not been good at all so I had to use the flash.

A cute little sleigh that I found at Hobby Lobby a few years ago holding a vintage SILENT NIGHT ornament.

I picked up two of these linen stockings at the sidewalk sale this past summer. $2 each and they are monogrammed with *S* on the points of the cuff. I think it was meant to be. This hangs on my bathroom door.

A little fake charlie brown tree in my living room.

Wings and stars that I created that are also sitting on my long shelf in the kitchen. Should have got a photo of the whole shelf. oops.

Love my zinc pots and tart pans from Belgium. These are sitting on my windowsill also in the kitchen.
Hope you enjoyed your mini tour of my home decorated for Christmas!!


marie said...

This post is so beautiful...peaceful and serene. I love the softness of every photo.

Silver and white with the touches of green ~ absolutely stunning. Thanks so much for sharing so much beauty and inspiration with us!

Barb and Dell said...

Your silver, white and green is gorgeous! The photos are beautiful. I am done with my decorating but I think next Christmas I will go with silver and white!
Thanks for sharing,

Ozma of Odds said...

now THIS, is silent night/holy night decorating!


xo, Rosemary

Ironstone and Pine said...

LOVE your decorating style!! The silver ornaments in the hurricane glass look beautiful..........nicely done!!

Passionate for White said...

Doesn't get much prettier than that!!

Ironstone and Pine said...

p.s. how do you get the "snow" to fall on your blog? it's great!

Blessed Serendipity said...

Beautiful and break taking. I love your Christmas decorating style.


Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

Your decoration is just beautiful, Sandi! I love everything!
Have a wonderful weekend :-)!

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Sandi, your home looks so beautiful!... love all of the silver, and your little Charlie Brown tree is adorable!... xoxo Julie Marie

Angela said...

Simply gorgeous!

time worn interiors said...

Oh Sandi! Of all the Christmas decor I've seen on the blogs, yours is my absolute favorite! I love all the calming whites! Well done!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

So pretty--love it all!

Carolyn said...

I love your style-it is all beautiful!


Liz said...

Darling! I think that I am going to have to copy your idea for the greens. That is awesome. It really makes your all white pop! :)

Thank you for joining in for Fresh-Cut Friday!!
Merry Christmas!

Heaven's Walk said...

Beautiful - just beautiful, Sandi! You and think a lot alike when it comes to holiday decor. Love your merc glass. Love your sprigs of greenery here and there. And of course, I just adore the silver, white and green theme. :) Can hardly wait to see the rest of your home!

xoxo laurie

Gracefully Vintage said...

Darling Blog and love your pictures -the white is just lovely and so elegant...

andrea said...

Beautiful photography on this post! Every image outshines the last. Stunning. I adore the winter whites. andrea@townandprairie

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Wow, Sandi! You have outdone yourself! I love all of your vintage whites with gray, silver, and green. This is the prettiest post! I am visiting from Fresh Cut Friday.

~Ricki Jill

A Cottage Muse said...

Hi Sandi!!
You have done a wonderful job, it all looks so beautiful! Perfect photos for a holiday magazine! Well, I have to run...I have alot of pinning to do here!

Shabby soul said...

I love your style and the way you have used white and greenery!
And I love zinc objecrs too...
Hugs from Italy

Lady Pamela said...

I can really see the Jeanne D'Arc influence in your decor this year. I saw the paper ball orny right away and was soooo sure you made it - I guess I was wrong lol.
You are doing such a great job. You could hire yourself out for decorating. Think about it. I would hire you in a flash.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Sandi,
love your silver and white decoration and I would kill for a silver trumpet,lol.Just love your style and the photos are gorgeous.TFS.
Have a lovely week.

QueenBe said...

Simply Stunning!!!

Miss Gracie's House said... is all so PRETTY! I LOVE it all! And for just getting in the have done LOTS! I love the greenery...thanks for the tip on where to find some:)...
Merry Christmas!

Susan said...

LOVE IT ALL Sandi! Looks like pages out of JDL. Be still my heart with that vintage Silent Night ornament. You've got the magic touch here!
- Susan

Creative Grammie said...

I love your decoration style! Your collection of finds and what you do to them is just so beautifully breathtaking. I think my favorite is the "Charley Brown" tree in the zinc pot. I'd like to put that in my bedroom. Thank you for sharing all of your wonderful treasures and ideas on how to use them.
Have a wonderful Christmas!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Hi Sandi, everthing is so lovely and fresh. I'm going to have to hunt down some of the fresh greenery, it makes a big impact. Did you ask about bleaching the bottle brush trees? I just mixed water and bleach (equal parts or less bleach) in a dishpan and soaked my green trees. Keep an eye on them. I can't remember how long it took to do them completely. rinse and let dry. love the look.

~*Feathers and Flight*~ said...

Hello Sandi
This is my Favorite Posts for Christmas Vignettes! Silver, White and Evergreen. So Lovely and Fresh. They are absolutely Stunning! You can tell the Love you have for doing This!
Thank you for Sharing!
Have a Wonderful Week.