Sunday, December 9, 2012

Christmas House Tour Part 2

Sweet dreams Christmas inspiration coming at you. The bedrooms and bathroom in our upstairs receive a more subdued Christmas decoration but, share in the joy of the season.
Come on up.

MASTER BEDROOM:
showcasing a couple of previously not shown projects including a painted floor mirror and painted white dresser. (i am thinking of joining or creating a painter's anonymous group, it's a problem)










GUEST ROOM:





BATHROOM:





HALLWAY: weather was not co-operating for the tree photo, i hope it will change so i can get a good one before Christmas to show you






We're halfway through the tour. Stick around for the basement and outdoor creations.
Did you miss part 1 of the Christmas Tour? Check it out here.

Have a great night,


10 comments :

  1. just found your blog through hometalk...I am a new follower - and a fellow Canadian blogger
    Cheryl @ The Creative Me and My McG

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  2. oh my gosh that little gnome is my favorite! so cute!

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  3. What a beautiful home! Joining from Jennifer's Christmas walk!
    xx
    Anne

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  4. Everything is so beautiful!
    xo
    jeanne

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  5. I love the rustic-ness of it all...mixed in with some sparkle and shine...very pretty!

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  6. I love how rustic everything is, just my style.
    I love the way old silver (not shined up) is just so lovely with just about anything, holiday, pink roses, greenery, just about anything will do.
    Thanks for sharing you holiday home.
    Michele

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  7. I absolutely love your beautiful blog. Thank you for sharing your home with us. Do you mind me asking where you got your stunning leopard and tiger prints. Thank you so much! Ilona

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  8. I absolutely love your beautiful blog. Thank you for sharing your home with us. Do you mind me asking where you got your stunning leopard and tiger prints. Thank you so much! Ilona

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    1. Thank you very much. The prints are by a local artist friend Edward Spera and can be found at www.speraart.ca

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