Here is the second post from Judy's Open House yesterday, A Burlap Christmas. Each time I've gone back and looked at her ideas, I'm inspired even more.
In this picture, this was one side of the main bedroom:
I just loved the white sideboard and mirrors against the brown walls.
This was on the other side of the room:
It's hard to tell from this picture but this table was just fabulous.
More than one meaning for sure.
As you walked out this was in the hallway:
These pretty things were in the living room:
Look at this awesome coffee table:
Yes it's a cot with glass on top. So cleaver.
I just loved the netting draped over the table:
Look at these cute chairs drapped with her white washed bedding line:
Can't you just imagine sitting here and reading a good book:
This pretty vignette was on the other side of the room:
Here Christmas tree filled with all kinds of unusual things:
This sitting area is between the living room and kitchen:
Another view of it:
A pile of dishes never looked so pretty:
I just loved this display case being used as a kitchen island:
I told you Judy's cleaver, always thinking outside the box.
Now walking into her laundry room, you see this:
Heading into her dining room was her table:
This tub filled with Christmas cheer was on one side of the dining room wall:
In one corner of the room was this vignette:
I'm told this great industrial cart was filled with wonderful things but it had sold:
Look at this fabulous light:
Can you guess what it was.
Another view of the dining room:
I just had to show you these burlap curtains as you walked from the entry way into the living room:
This was her checkout area on the back porch, wasn't it cute:
The area where the food was even decorated:
This is the last of the Burlap Christmas. Be sure and visit Judy's blog. Happy weekend to you all.