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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas No. 3–Traditional Holiday Vignette

29 November 2012 16 Comments

Thanks so much for joining me for the third post in my It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas series.  If you’ve missed a post you can catch up here.

I’ve broken the house rules.  Our halls aren’t suppose to be decked until December 1st.  I couldn’t wait.  I’ve dismantled my winter décor (you can see it here and here) to make room for nutcrackers and candy canes.  The first area I’m going to share with you is the long dresser  (you remember – the one I got for free and refinished) in my foyer.  The length of this piece really allowed me to put a nice display together.  Well, I think it’s nice anyway. Traditional Holiday Vignette 1 WMTraditional Holiday Vignette 2Traditional Holiday Vignette 5 WMTraditional Holiday Vignette 4 WMTraditional Holiday Vignette 6Traditional Holiday Vignette 3 WMTraditional Holiday Vignette 7 WMTraditional Holiday Vignette 8 WMTraditional Holiday Vignette 9 WMI’m so happy that I decided to embrace the traditional Christmas theme this year.  It feels warm and cozy.  I’m not the only one loving it.  I’ve been told that we must do traditional décor every year from now on.  I’ll have to think about that.  Is your decorating in full swing at this point? We have snow on the ground so I figure it’s allowed!diana

I linked up!! And here too!


  • michelle@decorandthedog said:

    You’re not messing around. It looks great!!!

  • Melanie said:

    GORGEOUS! Love that nutcracker.

  • Girl (author) said:

    Thanks Michelle! Haha. You’re right! I’m serious this year! I’m going big!

    Thank You Melanie! I love the little Mountie! I have a few more. They may make an appearance on the blog next week or so.


  • Kate said:

    Love it! The red feels really graphic against the black and white.

  • Girl (author) said:

    Thanks Kate!

    I really like how the red pops too!


  • Antonella @ The Comfortable Home said:

    I like the nutcrackers for sure! :)

    I did put a few things around. You can see on today’s post.

    Have a great day!

  • Girl (author) said:

    Hey Antonella!

    Nutcrackers are so creepy but so cute at the same time!

    I’m off to check out your decor!


  • Christine @ Casa-de-Christine said:

    I love everything about this! It’s so classic and homey feeling but still has a great winter feel to it. Great job!

  • Girl (author) said:

    Thanks Christine!

    I’m kind of digging it too!


  • Ashley@AttemptsAtDomestication said:

    I love your holiday vignette! It’s super cute! Love the white and red!

  • Girl (author) said:

    Thank You Ashley!


  • Kelly @ Corner of Main said:

    So cute! I love the idea of adding mittens to the mix! It really looks great =)

  • Gabbi said:

    Your displays are the best! I love those mittens!!! We are doing traditional Christmas colors/decorations this year…and we are both loving it too!! I’m not sure if we’ll be doing it every year from here on out, but it’s definitely making things way more cozy at home! :)

  • Roeshel said:

    It’s a beautiful vignette, Diana! You’re so good with styling. Love your collection and display! Thanks so much for sharing in the holiday party!

    Hope you’re having a great weekend! Off to share your post. ;)

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