Editor's Note: Today I am wearing a white Anne Fontaine shirt, an Elie Tahari
vest, and Ann Taylor Jeans.
We started our last year of Christmas decorating for client's before Thanksgiving and are doing more decorating this week and next.
Here is a photo of yesterday's tree---not quite finished but on it's way!
Since we are in the midst of making client's homes beautiful for the holidays, I thought I would share some Christmas decor ideas from Wright at Home on Camp Bowie.
Christmas Trees are a fabulous way to express your personal style.
There are simple, fresh versions, like this one, covered in large, sleek silver stars.
Or you can choose a color palette---red and turquoise in this case and make your tree pop by repeating different ornaments in the same colors.
If you like your tree to be more elegant, you can stick to metallics and do your tree in silver and gold.
Or make a glamorous wintry statement in all white.
Every table top and chest is an opportunity to be festive.
Mercury glass urns that you may have out all year can be transformed into Christmas decor when grouped with mercury trees and gold Santas.
Group several items in a gold or brass family together on a buffet
and add a few shimmery trees.
Clear off your usual console or buffet decor and add shimmering garlands and glittery bucks.
Even your dining table or kitchen can be made festive with beautiful holiday themed embroidered napkins.
Grouping trees together of different sizes is
festive and visually interesting.
If you have extra ornaments, displaying them in a pretty bowl is a quick and beautiful addition to your decor.
I love this nativity scene, made particularly fabulous by
sparkling garlands and glowing votives.
Thanks to Wright at Home for all these fabulous holiday decor ideas!
Be sure to stop by their store and grab some holiday trimmings for yourself!
Last night for dinner I made cauliflower and tilapia with
crab cakes and remoulade sauce.
This Christmas tune is a favorite and always makes me feel festive!