Christmas At Home

There will be no talk of a certain football event that happened yesterday. We live in Annapolis after all. Anyway, just wait until 2018! Go Navy. Beat Army. Good thing it is so cheery in the house right now…holiday decor just has that effect on me. I hope it makes you smile as well.

A mantel display that urges us to just believe in the magic of the season…


…and a Korean step tansu display of the real reason for this holiday joy.


An antique candy display looks simply festive with greenery and Christmas balls…


A vintage Santa wishes glad tidings…


…and a certain little elf is caught red handed with the frosting!

Enjoy your holidays!

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20 thoughts on “Christmas At Home

  1. Love the mantel, we all need to simply BELIEVE!! So happy to see those divine Santa’s on the stairs again, they are treasures. The Korean step tansu is one of the most beautiful pieces that I have ever seen. Such a marvelous way to display all of your lovely Nativity sets. I could go on and on effusing over your many gorgeous items. Of course, as always, the Princess is the most beautiful and adorable sight to behold!! Thank-you!

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  2. Your home is beautiful. And I love the pics of your daughter, she brings back so many beautiful memories for me. Our youngest is a blessing from Korea. May your Christmas be joyful and blessed!

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  3. Your prim stockings are too fun. We loved the tradition of baking cookies at our house. I think they liked the frosting better than the cookies too. I hope your New Year is off to a great start.

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