Around The House
We are definitely in the middle of winter with temps in the teens. With a dusting of snow on the ground I decided to add a few touches of tartan around the house along with a few things I enjoy during the winter months
I love white flowers during cold months. These look pretty sitting on the fireplace hearth
A faux arrangement in the living room
White candles on the buffet
I have to show you my sister's score, MacKenzie-Childs had a great sale with Frosty marked down. Last time I looked he was back full price! Isn't he the cutest!
Do you see his eyes, coal!
After Christmas I love to get The French Hutch back to normal
These Tartan chargers were a gift. I plan to set a table using tartan plates and placemats
A tartan lunchbox holds a maidenhair fern from Christmas
The tray holds a few collectibles with a little faux greenery. I love a little sparkle on the kitchen island
A favorite Juliska pattern dresses the back hutch. Enjoyed from Christmas through Valentine's Day with sweet winter scenes
Frosty is usually a great
reminder it is winter. This year we don't need any reminders. Remember, we have snow on the ground!
In the Dining room displaying more Juliska, Blue Delf and Flint
Dinner plates Anthropologie
Juliska Winter Frolic
Living Room looks a little sad with the Christmas tree packed away
And, Dining room is back to normal
The study looks bigger with the tree down but happy to get everything packed away
My bedroom without the holiday duvet. I haven't added any winter linens, yet!
A guest room with a dark quilt for winter
Paintings here are by my daughter-in-law and in the foyer, my sister
And another guest room (Connor's room when he's here) with tartan linens and comforter and Connor's stuffed animals he says he is finished with. I gave him these over the years and he brought all of them back to me!
These are the tartan stockings I hang here for Christmas
My tartan school bag I keep next to the antique teachers desk. My sister found it at American Girl many years ago. It holds a reader, tablet and crayons.
Well there you have a little winter tour of some of my home. I hope you will leave a comment, it's the only way I know you stopped in.