Sunday, November 22, 2009

Pineridge Hollow Christmas Home Tour 2009 Part One

Each year, Pineridge Hollow organizes a home tour for a charity. This year, the proceeds are going to aid an orphanage in Bolivia.

Decorators from Pineridge do the decorating of each home, interspersed with the owner’s own decor. Many of the items on display are from the store, or can be ordered.

The photos below are of the second home we toured..a 1920’s home along the river, It has been fully renovated. The Christmas decor is quite simple, but very effective,….. lots of brown with natural boughs.

First, the dining table..

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A chest at the top of the stairs

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030 The kitchen was so gorgeous, and this sheep on the counter just won my heart ($100)

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A lovely bed in a room with an odd shaped window in a slanted wall…

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That is it for one home…I’ll be back with more photos of other homes.

4 comments:

Mildred said...

What a treat to see such a lovely home and simple, natural decorations. Thank you Millie and I look forward to seeing more.

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

This was a really neat home, i love the use of natural elements for the Christmas decor. Cindy

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Oh, Millie! How lovely! I love that little sheep too! I have a thing for sheep for some reason, not sure why.

Blessings,
Sandi

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