Thursday, December 20, 2007

Bedrooms and Baths.....

Good morning......today, we'll begin in the master bedroom...our stockings hang from the bed posts......
This a Christmas goose pillow from many years ago.....
Friends host 'the Christmas Reading' each year where the birth of our Savior is told....this is a memento from last year......
Top of the bookcase........sorry about the glare on the picture...its the little girl kissing the little boy over the wall.....
A wreath hangs on the palladium window......
Looking into our bath.....a gold bow on the pot of flowers that match the flowers in the picture.....


Greenery on the picture.......I like toile material and I use it in two baths.......


The second bedroom is painted Khaki....a miniature tree, a fishing Santa and Christmas books on a tray.......
One of my favorite pictures....with greenery on the top.....
A window treatment pieced together....when I bought the comforter and shams there were no curtains...I cut the backside off the shams to make the swag and the green check matches the dust ruffle.
The gateleg table was bought for $2.00 and sprayed black....I use a wooden magazine rack for additional towels...Christmas packages tucked in here and there.....
The third bedroom is the 'beach room' so named by my grand chilren......an old chiffarobe bought for $40.00, painted white and sail boats added......
A nativity set given to by members of the first church Edward pastored........
A Jingle Bell pillow and Christmas Teddy Bear.....an old doll....
The second bath.............Monogramed towels and a little whimsy........
The boxwood wreath stays up all year.....just added a red bow...

Vanity......the wire basket, from my friend Jackie, makes a great towel caddy.....

Well, next I'll show you the sun porch and my little garden-reading-music room......til then, pause and appreciate the reason for the season..........

6 comments:

Tracy said...

Betty,
I'm really enjoying lookimg around your home each day. Your blog has such a fitting title, as your home is full of charm.

cityfarmer said...

Your home reflects you and your country charm...looks just as I'd imagined....CLEAN and tidy and cozy.....ooozing with loving for each other and the Saviour we worship.

I'm proud to call you friend.

Merry Christmas dear soul

Susie said...

Hi Betty,
I feel like I've just been invited inside your beautiful home. Each and every corner is filled with the joy and beauty of this most Holy Time of Year.
Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas.
xo

Jeanette said...

Hi Betty,
Thank you for a look inside your beautiful Home, Just love all your Christmas decorations so special at this time of the year.. A very merry Christmas to you and yours.

Barbara said...

I must have missed this post so glad I came scrolling again. All so pretty. Now tell me, do the towels always look like that?

Jane is back posting so she might like a little encouragement if you have the time.

cityfarmer said...

you beat me to the punch