inspiration for smaller spaces
Lovely colors, Lisa! I agree that those rich, bold colors just make you feel cozy and celebratory all at the same time!
I love these colors too. Its very refreshing to see a new approach to Christmas colors.
This post got me thinking about how to blend colors at Christmastime. (also the last post as well--)like a room that is all pale pink and white-- I never thought about it, but I guess I'd add green and gold.
Now, how would you decorate a room that is mostly pink and black? (Very art deco style)
Oh Yes Lisa B! It IS all about encompassing the colors that are Christmas to you...or your climate...or heritage.We LOVE pulling out the hot Fushia instead of red and a yellower green instead of classic Christmas green....but those are the colors that herald our winters, Fushia and purple Bouganvilleas in bright bloom,Bright pink and purple and green Bromeliads. It seems natural for where we are now.Lovely pics, girl...keep 'em coming! Linda
Hi there, thank you so much for your fnd of week :) That was very sweet of you I am just thrilled what a lovely message to wake up to :)
Oh, I love bold colors.I never loved pale ones...I rather prefer white. Warm white.
Beautiful, Lisa. I'm enjoying catching up this morning.How did you do with the ice storm?Pat
Thanks for all the great comments! It is fun to think outside the xmas box! Hi Pat! The ice didnt touch us here thank goodness! How about you? We are now on for 4-7 inches of snow saturday and I'm having a bday party for my daughter. Please pray I don't get stuck with 12 teenagers spending the night lol!
I completely agree - I'm attracted to trying new color combinations for the holidays and these pictures inspire me so much!
I love that entry. Beautiful! I agree...these colors lend themselves to being very versatile.
Lisa, your home is a wonderfull, sweet dreams...so warm!
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