A White Christmas (and not the snowy kind)

There is something wonderfully crisp about white for the holidays. These rooms are so inviting, they manage to be traditional yet modern at the same time.

And someone MUST buy these little white metal deer before I do...
This year we were lucky enough to find the most amazing 8 foot Fraser Fir that is skinny (and it was one of the first trees we came upon)! The tree is so perfectly shaped that it doesn't look real. I can't stop staring at it.



I wish I could figure out what kind of trees to that do that up sweep E.T. Phone home fingers. I just love' so much. ;P

modernemama said...

Love the light and bright winter decorations - especially the coco+kelley image

Hello Lindello said...

I love seeing what other people do this time of year. So many great ideas!

Thanks for including my new little tree :)

Have a fun getaway with your husband!!

Down and Out Chic said...

that first mantle is amazing. love your inspiration!

Clorivak said...

loved every last drop of these unique christmas decors. awesome!
have a merry christmas time!!!

cassaundra said...

indeed! white is so pretty and elegant for the holidays!


great inspirations...I'm doing red & white theme this year, will try to post pics I hope!
Merry Christmas dear~

theKcloset said...

These are such great pictures! I wish I had 10 trees to decorate :)

Happy Holidays!

Emily Anne said...

Ohhh so cute I love all the pictures! So creative. :)
Love your blog!!

Sixpence and a Blue Moon said...

Hey Sweetie, it was wonderful seeing your comment. How are you doing? What is going on in your life these days?

I love all the photos in this post, so festive and welcoming. If only I could step inside and find myself in one of these rooms, that would be joyous.:)

Hope your holidays are fun-filled and relaxing at the same time. Enjoy whatever you’re doing.

Wishing you a lovely Christmas and may all your dreams come true in 2010. We'll expect great things for the New Year. xoxo

Teresa @ good-grace said...

beaUtiful images... once again.

Good job on finding the perfect Christmas tree!! (Have you seen "A Christmas Story"? When they are out shopping for a tree ... "Now this here... this is a tree!" I love that movie.