The buffet is ready and dressed for Christmas. Dried amaranth flowers continue the theme from the Christmas tree along with dried hydrangeas. Christmas colored ball ornaments give it a festive feel.
I started using hydrangeas in my Christmas decor in 2014. It was a large tree and I always have enjoyed the fullness they give.
It’s loose and sitting atop the buffet. There will be lots of sweeping and vacuuming around it I am sure! The dried flowers do tend to shed.
You may remember the trees from last year.
463rd Met Monday
That is so pretty!
Thank you so much!
Beautiful! The colors of Christmas in your house are so delightful!
Thank you so much Nancy! I try to stick with my year round colors that I like to live with and that makes Christmas much more enjoyable.
You’ve given the buffet quite the wintry flair with the flocked trees and purplish ornaments. I could enjoy this all winter!
So kind of you to say, Sandra! I ran across those trees in a shop here in town last year. I wanted more pink and purple in the Christmas decorations. They seem to make everything more fun and less serious. Thanks for coming by!
Enjoy seeing your unexpected colors and unconventional use of flowers for your Christmas decor! Such a lovely and unique look that truly inspires! Merry Christmas!
Thank you Lisa! Shiny and bold is limited in our house this year. It makes it much easier to live with. Merry Christmas to you!
A snowy buffet to match your snow post—-Love the softness of all this, still working on my home….too much going on this year.!
Thank you and I hope you have a wonderful Christmas!
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