Monday, December 23, 2019

Christmas in the Garden Room Part 2

Hi Friends, I hope you're having a great week before Christmas!

We're back in the Garden Room today and I'm sharing the rest of the room that includes the baker's rack and the church pew. Now that I have the Holiday Cupboard the baker's rack has sort of taken a back seat in decorating. But since I have plenty of junk, great vintage pieces, there's room for more of it now!

In the past I had to rotate my vintage Christmas cookie tins, but now I can get them all out and have fun with them. As I mentioned in a previous post, I'm missing a box of my Christmas decor. A little sitting Santa and my adorable Star Gingerbread Man haven't surfaced yet.

Baker's Rack 2016

But I'm hoping they are just mismarked in a tub 
and will show up when I can get things back out for a good look.

Here's the original post about the Tartan Plaid Lunch Bucket 
with a little Christmas Kitch.

Seeing these pics I realize how yucky the finish on those metal tins look.
...pretty grungy, but it's just rust. 

The church pew is dressed up in a log cabin appliqued quilt
and my Black Stewart Plaid pillows.

My rustic, woodsy Father Christmas that my mom made years ago,
is hitching a ride in the goat cart this year.

Should we call him a Sexy Santa, since he has one eye covered?

My concrete momma and baby squirrel are wintering inside.

Here's one end of the Garden Room with the Holiday Cupboard.

...and the other end.

I have one more post before Christmas.
There just hasn't been time to get it all in this year.
I'm hoping next year I can be a little more organized in decorating.

* A Blog Note, since Christmas Eve is Tuesday and everyone
will be busy with family, we're going to postpone
All About Home Link Party and pick up next week on December 30.

Have a wonderful weekend!!!


  1. Merry Christmas. I have really enjoyed seeing your beautiful home.

    1. thankyou so much, Hope you're having a wonderful Christmas!!

  2. Debra,
    Amazing Tartan Plaid collection display in the Garden Room!
    I do adore your cozy quilt and throw pillows.
    Hope your missing pieces surface with a thorough investigation.
    Your lovely home is always filled to the brim with inspiring design!
    Merry Christmas!

    1. thankyou dear Pat, I always love hearing from you. Have a wonderful Christmas week!

  3. Oh Debra!! You never fail to wow me.

    You are such fun - oh my word it must take you soooo long to decorate in such a way! WOW!

    Your baker's rack with the perfectly awesome rusty lunchboxes (love them like that!) looks so amazing. You do Christmas like no other in blogdom.

    I love it cuz it's my opposite - I am very minimalistic mostly and definately this year.

    I'd love to come over and have you tell me the stories of your Christmas collections. Bet they're neat stories. Well done, ma'am. The magazines need to come to your home and photo shoot this stuff.

    Big hugs.

    1. thankyou Michele, you are such a sweetheart!! Hope you're having a wonderful Christmas! xo

  4. Love seeing all the plaids in your decor Debra. The vintage pieces in plaid are great. Enjoy these few days before the big day. Merry Christmas. May the new year bring us all health, happiness and sharing more of our blogging friendships.

  5. You are so talented. Where do you get all your pillows? I want a my rambling rose pillow????Where can I get this???

  6. That little vintage truck is adorable. I have been on the hunt for a vintage one for year. I love all your adorable touches in your garden room. Merry Christmas!

  7. So charming and festive! Love al the vintage. Merry Christmas Debra!


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