Sunday, November 29, 2009

White Christmas Window Display

A good crowd showed up for The Winnie and Tulula's Open House and fun seemed to be had by all.  The store was decorated so pretty with Christmas Decorations and each theme was unique to each vendor. We had a great time visiting and seeing all that there was.  If you didn't get to make it out this weekend, please stop by and check out all the shop has to offer.

Here's what could be seen at the window display this past weekend.  I was really proud of how the window display turned out:

A slip covered chair using an old night shirt and vintage millinary flowers.

This bird cage was a recent find.

Vintage birds add the special touch to this rosepoint cup and brown transferware plate.

A child's scooter could still be used to ride.  It has the original wheels and the patina could not be replicated.

The slip covered suitcase is an original design.  A lot of work went into making this.

Wicker settee and the pillows are covered with old slips ~ slip covered of course with a festive look.

White mirrors with tallow berries and greenery make this side of the window display.

The shadow made such a dreamy appearance on the white radio cabinet, mirror and planter.

 White trees on pedastols.

 These candleabras could be dressed up or down in your decor.

 I had been searching for a gate leg table for awhile.  The sides can be put down and used in unique ways in a small space.


A wide view of the window.

 More of the window from the outside.

 Hope you enjoyed the tour of the window display.  Check back tomorrow for more of what caught my eye at Winnie & Tulula's.


  1. Love the window in white. I wish I could be 3 or 4 places at once, but I guess that what blogs are for, right?!

  2. Theresa,

    What a beautiful window display...You did a fantastic job! I just may have to borrow some of your vignette ideas.

    Happy Holidays~

  3. wow, beautiful window displays, I loved it all especially the slipcovered suitcase and the gorgeous chandelier on top of the dresser...oh who am I kidding, I loved it all. Besos, Rose

  4. Just Fabulous!!!!

    Also Teresa.. need some ideas on places to stay in Texas this Spring.....
    Thanks sherry

  5. I love these beautiful pictures.

    Irma dear greeting from holland

  6. OMG girl you did a great job on that window! Looks fabulous! Wish I could have seen it in person!

  7. Beautiful!!! What kind of slip covers did you use on the wicker settee? What a great idea!!!

  8. Thanks for the response :)
    What a great idea!!!

  9. Theresa, it all looks Gorgeous, you did a spectacular job! The white is just breathtaking. I love white wicker in the winter. I would have loved to have been there!

  10. Oh Theresa, it is all just so unbelievably gorgeous! I can tell just how hard you worked because stunning doesn't even BEGIN to describe it!

    I'm planning a trip up, I can't wait to see all this beauty firsthand!

  11. The window looks amazing! So clever! Just sorry I couldn't be there to see in all in person!

  12. The window is lovely T. So serene and quiet. You and Lily both did amazing jobs with the windows.

  13. Oh My! That is an amazing window display. I have enlarged and looked through each picture. You are awesome! Neiman's has nothing on you! I sure wish I could have made it this weekend, but was busy at home. Gonna get out there soon. Get some rest and thanks for the beautiful posts.

  14. T,

    Your window display was simply stunning!!!!
    Only one thing would have made it more perfect...having you there on friday night.

    You TOTALLY rocked it!!!

  15. i can think of a word only!!!! - LOVE!!!!
    Beautiful decor!!
    Take care,

  16. I love every, single photo Theresa!!! Such gorgeous things ~ and a gorgeous display! I hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful sweetie, hugs and love, Dawn

  17. I loved the night shirt chair cover. Looks beautiful.

  18. Oh T - I am so sad - Bev and I had made plans to come. We were short staffed at the shop and I even talked my husband in helping to work the shop (Black Friday no Less) so we could leave to come. Later that afternoon, I took a stupid terrible fall out in the parking lot and ended up spending the night in the emergency room. If it wasn’t for literally being in the hospital we would have been there to support you. I wanted to go later in the weekend, but with pain pills I couldn’t drag myself out of bed for the drive. I PROMSIE to check it out before Christmas. Maybe after we leave Judy's Open House - how far is it from there do you think? I hope it was wonderfully successful. Bee Blessed!

  19. That white window display is simply gorgeous, Theresa. I especially love the mantel display and that slipcovered suitcase - beautiful!!!

  20. those displays of white are beautiful- it is very hard to make white exciting- at least for me-

  21. I saw it! I saw it!!! In person!!! Oh my gosh girl - it was FANTASTIC!!! I heard via the grapevine that I missed meeting you by just a little bit when I asked where you were (while craning my neck like a crazy woman looking for you!) LOL

    You did an AMAZING display!!! Absolutely Gorgeous!!!

    ;-) Robelyn

  22. Love the window, what an awesome idea with the shirts on the chairs...who woulda thought!!!

  23. I think your window looks dreamy, good job... I know how hard you have been working.... it shows Love Linda

  24. It's gorgeous T! You did an amazing job! I wish I could have seen it in person!


  25. It all looks gorgeous! Glad it was a success... Wish I could have seen it in person.



  26. Beautiful! I had a hard time with the windows this year, just couldn't get it. Yours are wonderful.


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