Tuesday, December 6, 2011

A Quiet Place

My Christmas mantel this year isn't much different than last year.  I used the same garland, but added a large container of pears and pomegranates to the center.  




The candlesticks are elevated on stacks of old books that add charm and age to the vignette.
 






The mantel is anchored on one side with the clock ~




and on the other end is the mantel lamp decked out in it's red shade just for Christmas.




But next to the mantel is a different chair this year.  I sold my old wing back chair at the store and in it's place is my daughter's club chair from when 
she moved back home this summer.  It is a comfortable and quiet place to sit.




Tucked behind the chair is a sled I'm working on to sell at the store, but I kind of like it there and may end up keeping it.




There's nothing like white twinkle lights to create a Christmas atmosphere in the evenings.




I told you this is a quiet and comfortable place to sit and one usually has to fight Charley for the chair.




~
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia for the
Christmas Mantel Party
 

8 comments:

melismama said...

Hi new follower here. Found your mantel post over at SLice of Suburbia! I love the Old World feel of your mantel with the books and the clock! You did a fab job!

Melissa

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

I think this is a lovely Christmas vignette.

Barb and Dell said...

I really love the looks of the old books and the clock on the mantel.
Beautiful.
Barb

Debby said...

Very pretty and I love how it snows in your house. So waiting on snow to happen.

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

I think your mantel is very pretty. It's so warm and festive.

La Vie Quotidienne said...

How pretty! Your falling snowflakes are charming too. I think you should keep the sled, it is just too special to part with.

Lounging with a Latte said...

Your decorations are lovely...I really like your header too!

Megan @ Restoring the Roost said...

Your mantel is very pretty and that chair by the fireplace looks so cozy! Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog. I am sorry to hear about your loss and pray that God draws near to comfort you this Holiday season!

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