F is for Festive Foliage

25 Nov

I’m heading back to the Westcountry for Christmas this year so won’t be getting a tree for Le Flat. But that doesn’t mean I plan to miss out on the festive scent of pine and eucalyptus and the warm glow of red berries. I feel Christmassy just looking at these lovely foliage ideas…

{The Haystack Needle via Pinterest}

{Nichole Heady via Pinterest}

{Crush Cul de Sac via Pinterest}

{Better Homes & Gardens via Pinterest}

{Tinkered Treasures via Pinterest}

Don’t forget, you can follow my pick of the best interiors ideas and inspiration every day by following Decorator’s Notebook on Pinterest. Have a lovely weekend!

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6 Responses to “F is for Festive Foliage”

  1. NordicBliss November 27, 2011 at 23:57 #

    This is nice. I always go very rustic when it comes to Christmas. Really like that marmalade jar in the first picture. Makes me feel very nostalgic since my grandmother had one of those. How has the weekend been?

    • Decorator's Notebook November 28, 2011 at 11:57 #

      I have a jar just like that too – I think it was 10p at a car boot sale! Wouldn’t it be lovely to go back to a time when ordinary packaging was as nice as that? Cellophane and blister packs are so uninteresting by comparison!

  2. Patricia Gill November 25, 2011 at 13:24 #

    Just saw your Pinterest board, how lovely. We copied our kitchen from here (without the expensive in the wall lights). Think you will like ! http://www.thehouseat.com/hautefage.html

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