Monday, October 29, 2012

IN MY THOUGHTS AND JINGLE JINGLE DESIGN

To my friends on the east coast and inland, my thoughts and prayers are with you this week.  Be safe.

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Ok, seriously, I know that it is too early to start with the Christmas images, but I melted when I saw these two rooms in this issue of Veranda.  It is a must read for this season!


The French- born owner of this Connecticut home loves the patina of old furnishings and brings in decorations from nature during Christmas.  ENJOY!!








Photography by Max Kim-Bee

The Bedford, New York country home of Stephen Sills is decorated in silver, gold, and bronze.  ENJOY!








Photography by Max Kim-Bee
I hope that you enjoyed these two homes as much as I did.  I love Christmas, and it is taking all that I have not to share daily!  I have a lot in store for you!

IF YOU MISSED
Teresa
xoxo 
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15 comments :

Our French Inspired Home said...

Beautiful images. Love the wreathes and the garland wrapped around the staircase.

Wendi @ Classic Chic Home said...

It's never too early for Christmas! Thanks for sharing, Teresa!

The enchanted home said...

BREATHTAKING! I cannot wait to get my issue. Cannot imagine it being any prettier Teresa. Thanks for your kind email....hoping everyone stays safe. Thanks for some scrumptious eye candy this morning!

The Buzz Blog said...

Oh my goodness... Christmas splendor, indeed! Both homes are as beautiful as they are different. So inspired to do something different this year! Thanks for sharing on this rainy, windy Monday.
xxoo
C + C

I Dream Of said...

Our friends are definitely in our thoughts today. I hope everyone weathers the storm safely.

Can't wait to pick up this issue of Veranda. I'm not quite ready to start thinking about Christmas yet, but it's probably never early to start gathering inspiration! Happy Monday, Teresa! XO

Karen Albert said...

Teresa, Gorgeous. I adore seeing alternatives to the traditional reds of the holidays!

xoxo
Karena
2012 Artists Series

satisfyingspacesblog.com said...

I agree with Wendi. It is never too early for Christmas images. I have been checking the mail every day waiting for my issue. I am so in the mood to start decorating!

Have a great week.
Heather

michele said...

fabulous! oh my i love holiday decor without the red and tinsel!

must read for sure.

love to you.

michele

The Pink Pagoda said...

WOW. Seriously beautiful! That's an issue I will be sure not to miss!

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Teresa, the first images are stunning! I cant believe were looking at Christmas images.

designchic said...

I melted right with you, Teresa. Was so excited when I got the issue with such a stunning Christmas mantle...love!

cindy hattersley design said...

I was delighted when I received my Veranda in the mail. Loved the Xmas images. I agree about Christmas to early but for those of us that are working on holiday showhouses we need inspiration as early as we can get it!

Barbara Jordan Dettweiler said...

Wow! Two stunners in a row! I loved the frosted pinecones in the first house, but I wonder how she keeps the limes in the wreaths and garlands looking fresh? Very nice looks in both cases.

Donna Vining said...

These two homes are absolutely gorgeous and so different from one another. I love them both Teresa!! I guess will have to think about Christmas soon :)

www.donnaviningblog.com

carolyn bradford said...

It's never too early for Christmas lovelies!! This was a fabulous post…I'm just a little concerned…do we really think that much alike all of the time!?! LOL! This post has been ready for days and then I saw yours! No matter…I changed it up a bit…but I sure am glad we love the same things!!! Hope you are doing well and that you are loving this cooler weather! I'm trying too!

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