Thursday, December 6, 2012

~Adding Greenery~

My favorite thing about decorating for Christmas is adding nature inside the house such as greenery.  It makes such a difference.....filling a wooden bowl with cedar branches and adding some pinecones or sticking some amongst white pitchers.  I spent some of the day yesterday adding greens around my home and just wanted to share an area with you today that really stands out when greenery is added.  Enjoy!  xoxo K.

I love the contrast of the greens with my primitive white cupboard and think vintage ornaments look good nestled with greens in ironstone as well.

I'll be linking up with Vintage Inspiration Friday and Feathered Nest Friday today.

 

36 comments:

  1. Your greenery just pops against the white. Love the shabby, chippy goodness! So beautiful!

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  2. Kathleen love all of your fresh greens especially mixed in with your white ironstone! That chippy white cupboard is beautiful too!
    xx
    Anne

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  3. Love this! The greenery draped out of the white ironstone and the touch of pinecones is the perfect combination.

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  4. Very nordic in the styling
    Looks so fresh and lovely!!
    Amy

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  5. Hi Kathleen,
    You did an amazing job! Your home looks so beautiful!
    I love all of the greenery tucked here and there, especially in the dough bowl.
    I hope your doing well and have a lovely afternoon.
    Sincerely,
    Melinda

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  6. love love love it, but I also love your little silver balls here and there for added sparkle

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  7. It looks awesome, Kathleen! :-)

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  8. I love the added greens with the white. Very pretty!

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  9. So, so pretty. I love your cupboard and your white ironstone.

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  10. Oh my ~ your primitive cupboard looks just perfect with the greenery and the vintage ornaments. Just beautiful and oh so festive. I totally agree the green just pops with your cupboard ~

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  11. Beautiful touches with the greenery, Kathleen. They really help highlight your beautiful cupboard.

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  12. looks gorgeous with all that fabulous White Ironstone
    Love it all
    xxoo
    Pam

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  13. I love the greenery--it looks so pretty and I bet it smells great too! In Oregon we are lucky to have so many greens to choose from!

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  14. The greenery looks so pretty tucked in between all your white pieces!

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  15. It looks so beautiful! You are right the greenery looks so good against white! I'm sure it smells really nice and Christmas-ey too!

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  16. amazing what greens will do - this is perfect!!

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  17. Love it! It's just the right touch..........Sarah

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  18. Kathleen its all so gorgeous!!! I love how festive it is. Hugs to you

    xo
    Kate

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  19. White, evergreens and warm wood tones-the perfect combination! Just lovely.

    Jeanette

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  20. Perfectly said, perfectly done, and perfectly captured!! Love it so much!!

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  21. GORGEOUS, it is Christmas in your home and I love how you present it.
    Have a great weekend, Kathleen.

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  22. Amazing how far and what a difference greeniery does. Another thing that is a great way to decorate is fruits!

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  23. Becky all is so beautiful!
    I love your nordic style touch, it's one of my fave.
    Silvia

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  24. So pretty with your dishes, and white cupboard.

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  25. I love it and the greenery looks so pretty tucked in between all thiose dishes.

    Cynthia

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  26. Love it, Kathleen! I've tucked a few baubles and greens in unexpected places too. Isn't it wonderful how they catch the eye?!

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  27. Oh Kathleen, I absolutely adore your primitive cupboard and how it looks with all that greenery! The cedar branches look perfect, especially mixed with the perfectly patina-ed vintage ornaments.
    Merry season to you!

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  28. I love the contrast. And it probably smells pretty good too. So homey!

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  29. what a pretty idea...love the greenery you added to your hutch! xoxo

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  30. So pretty. The green and white go great together.

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  31. Everything looks wonderful. Since I have been blogging and reading blogs, I have become so much more aware of the little touches. All week I have looked at my wonderful 2 foot tall vintage look Santa and been wondering what was missing. I finally figured out that he needs some greenery around him. I am off to the store to purchase some more.

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  32. LoVe your Hutch all decked out in HoLIDAy Greens!*!*!
    Jeanine Burkhardt

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  33. Im officially in love with your home. Im swooning.

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  34. such a simple thing to do, but it makes all the difference, just beautiful, Kathleen!!

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