Hello, Everyone and “Welcome to February 2018!” Let’s start our February celebrations of Christmas, together, right now!
Today’s post features a gorgeously luxe cabin’s interior and exterior Christmas decor! The beautiful Christmas decor staging of the exterior and interior is an example of the gorgeous possibilities for your luxe cabin’s Christmas decor. The decor staging that you see in these photos gives you an idea (or an additional idea) of how Christmas staging would look, there. My favorite decor features in the photos below, are:
the wreaths on the front doors
the statues with bows
the topiary Christmas trees
the rustic garland over the fireplace mantle
the decorations on the Christmas tree beyond the antler chandelier
the garland-wreath combination on the balcony’s railing
and the garland wrapped over and around the exterior beam and posts/columns
Speaking of the beautiful photos below, the photographer has given us several views of the great Christmas decor staging to admire. I’ve imagined enjoying the heavenly ambiance of the exterior and interior, during the daytime and at night! I can ‘see’ having a cup of warmed milk, honey with a tiny amount of cocoa along with delicious popcorn (popped in fragrant coconut oil, with a sprinkling of sea salt and turmeric) during a day or night that I’m there. I’d enjoy sitting on this beautiful porch in my parka while:
snow is quietly falling,
I’m sipping my not-too-hot cocoa, eating popcorn,
and appreciating the glowing Christmas lights.
The ambiance would be glorious! Of course, as you may know by now, the serenity and bliss of this type of Christmas decor inspires me to remember blessings and the relevance of Cristes Maesse, all year. It’s a bit of Heaven on Earth.
Thank-you for joining me for this post! As always, I hope you enjoy the post and “Have a heavenly week with fabulous adventures & other good you desire (even as you handle life’s challenges along the way).”.”
Living Room photo courtesy of Douglas Friedman Decor by Ken Fulk for Elle Decor 11-17-2016 article,‘House Tour: Ken Fulk Creates A Montana Guesthouse That’s The Ultimate Winter Getaway’
Kitchen photo courtesy of Douglas Friedman Decor by Ken Fulk for Elle Decor 11-17-2016 article,‘House Tour: Ken Fulk Creates A Montana Guesthouse That’s The Ultimate Winter Getaway’
After I saw the gorgeous living room’s photograph (above) on Pinterest, I discovered the article that the living room photo is part of, ‘House Tour: Ken Fulk Creates A Montana Guesthouse That’s The Ultimate Winter Getaway’. The article contains a collection of gorgeous photographs that the three photos (on display here) are part of. Each photo displays Christmas Decor Styling that is simple, ‘quiet’ and perfectly styled by Ken Fulk. My favorite of these gorgeous photos is the living room/den. This room’s staging/styling makes it ‘feel’ so inviting for me because of the glowing fireplace, the super-plush garland, the twinkling Christmas tree viewed in front of the beautiful windows with snowy view of more evergreens and the comfy-looking chairs a body can sink into!
The ‘super-beauties’ in this great photo of Christmas decor beauties, for me, are:
the stair railings that end at the round table, because of the garlands’ lights
the round table in the center, because of the fluffy, gorgeously decorated garland and the deer and candles on top
the lanterns inside the foyer, because they’re filled with glowing lights
the lantern on the front landing, because they are filled with glowing lights
the miniature trees in urns on the landing, they are fluffy, fill the urns, are ‘snowy’ with tiny, glowing lights and
the door mat, because of its colors, snowflake and curlicues
This home’s view from the front facade’s landing through the front door, to/through the foyer and up the stairs is soooooo gorgeous and blissfully welcoming, that I’d use this one entrance when coming home as often as I reasonably could, so I could experience this bliss every time!
This gorgeous red lantern is a perfect size for a corner of this front porch. Also, this lantern compliments the architectural stone, the decorated urns, the front-door’s floor-mat and the front-door very well. You and I can imagine how handsome or lovely a second urn placed at the other corner/right-corner would be with a few masculine accents or a few feminine accents added to both to make them personalized for us!
I enjoy beautiful Christmas decorations and as you all know, the front door of a place is one of the first things we see. Decorating the front door can be as much fun as decorating the tree(s), garland(s), wreath(s) and other items! As this year progresses we’re getting closer to the traditional season of Christmas decorating. Therefore, August is another great time to think ahead and plan the decorations for our spaces. So, with that in mind I’ve included several Houzz photos of front doors decorated with Christmas-themed decorations.
Hello, Everyone! ‘Followers’ thank-you for faithfully following this blog, as you have! When I started this ‘It’s Ever Christmas’ blog I intended it to be a way to reclaim celebrating Christmases that weren’t celebrated as beautifully and blissfully as I desired them to be. I can say that I’ve achieved that goal and more, thanks to you all! Just as with ‘Chaella’s Inspiration’, I didn’t expect to have ‘followers’, because I was simply creating gorgeous Christmases for myself, via this blog. Then, years ago now, I checked the ‘followers’ widgets for this blog, as well, and noticed the number. I was amazed to see so many of you ‘here’, loving the idea of ‘Christmas All Year’, like me! As with ‘Chaella’s Inspiration’, I marveled that you all found this blog, followed and remain! Similarly, since that day, I keep it going because you all are out there. My heart’s desire is that I can share with you all more beautiful and interesting content about Christmas weekly, if not daily, as life progresses. Again, thank-you! Additionally, I am grateful for every ‘Visitor’ too!