The Front Entry/Mudroom
Hubby recently built this little space for us. It serves as
a place to hold our keys, hang our coats and keep our shoes.
cozy and filled with the true meaning of Christmas. This, after I
spoke of feeling frustrated and angry at not being able to afford
“new” and “better” Christmas decor, struggling with my own wants.
I realized I had been overlooking the true reason we celebrate
Christmas and so I now had a mission – to make our home as beautiful
as I possibly could, with things I already owned or had made myself.
Our Living Room
and found the red is what keeps it cohesive.
Can you believe I purchased it for less than $30 at our local thrift store?
guessed my decision as I’m usually more neutral. But I think the gray
also serves as a neutralizer, therefore making the colours not so
overpowering…at least that’s what I’m saying to convince myself.
and making these fake presents semi presentable took great effort!
my fear of the sewing machine and made 5 pillows (these are 2 of them).
And there he is again, this time on my brand new pillows…
dove represents peace and it’s the bird of the season.
This is easily one of my simplest mantels to date.
Although always insecure of my mantels, I do love its
simplicity. I made the trees out of cereal boxes, painted
them and sprinkled a little turquoise glitter on them.
To see the tour from the beginning, visit Jennifer’s blog here.
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