Usually blog posts are self-focused snippets of our domestic journals in concert with a series of snapshots by which we hold our reader's attention.
Having been thoroughly humbled this season by a countless number of incredibly gifted blog artisans, I decided that today was a day to redirect my focus by showcasing a few of my most enchanted discoveries. There is no one idea that surpasses another among the photos I am about to share. I have highlighted them in no particular order. In fact I could spend countless days simply re-posting loveliness and lamenting the fact that the ideas were not mine .
Thank you for browsing along. I hope you are as inspired by these photos as I have been over the past several weeks.
Canadian Cottage shared her reworked stairwell. And this tree skirt~
This master bedroom, created by Down To Earth Style, is enviable. Gorgeous in any season.
Courtney, at French Country Cottage, has lavishly bedecked even her bathrooms! Oooh la love!
You know I have burlap love. I especially like the way Dear Lillie accented this stocking with a petite boxwood wreath!
Thistlewood Farm stole my heart with her use of so many textural elements in her Christmas decor.
These trees are only one example~
Lastly, though I could easily keep going, a feature from The Old Painted Cottage.
Picture: Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Idea Issue
Love, love, love the use of naturals and the combination of the white table and the black chairs! No wonder BH & G spotlighted this amazing cottage.
Well I feel a need to stop here. My head is swimming with new ideas for next year. I hope you enjoyed this little cross section of great style. Perhaps next year when you begin to think once again about decking your halls, you will find these blogs and others to be a valuable resource.
Time to finish last minute Christmas gift details, so I'll just say, "It's a wrap".
Blessings on your day~