So many bloggers are showing off their magazine-worthy houses and I'm like "heyyy, come look at my artificial tree and dusty windowsills." Haha, I'm only kidding. Comparison is the thief of joy, afterall. Our sweet little town home is not a showroom. It is, however, lived in and loved. It's a work in progress. And considering the Great Second Floor Flood of 2013, I'll take it just the way it is.
We are kind of no-frills and simple for the holidays. Here are some of the little things that I'm crushing on around the house this holiday season:
our new porch lantern (Home Depot) and natural swag
the snowcovered holly tree off of our front porch
this sweet little pup who would be sure to greet you if you actually stopped by
our warm and rustic fireplace
the glistening of my favorite balsam candle against the ornaments on the coffee table
the bay window vignette, complete with faux sweater trees
especially that sweet little felt birdie from Ikea
the Christmas tree... bokeh and all
the Pottery Barn birch bark candles that I refuse to burn
<3 the collection of cards that Joe and I have sent out over the last five years <3
the fluffy pom poms and hedgie snowglobe jar
the itty bitty vignette above the kitchen sink
I ran out of sunlight to adequately photograph the rest (the short winter days are a blogger's arch nemesis for sure) but I hope you enjoyed this little peak into our life.
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