Here, a little tree farm has been constructed using
live and soft-sculpture trees. I love the mix of true, organic materials and their stylized, handcrafted facsimiles. Here is a fantastic display of clocks counting down the days until Christmas. Hmmm. I might have to steal this simple idea.
I love the paper cone tree on the left.
This display certainly keeps your eyes moving.
Crazy for this! Especially that knitted chain garland.
Pure holiday fantasy!
Sweet, isn't it? Just look at that little wreath
on the door.
My favorite window!
(make sure you are clicking on these images to see the larger versions!)
speak of van Breem's Scandinavian heritage. I love the wheat mixed with boxwood in this wreath hanging above a 19th-century painted-wood bench. Both the table and its trappings are just lovely. I especially like the simplicity of the goose-feather tree in that wonderful copper pot. What a beautiful holiday display! The table is a 70-year-old clam-shucking table. A 200-year-old dowry chest from Lapland holds cozy blankets and a stellen straw star. We sell these wonderful stellen decorations at Finderskeepers Market.
"James Snowden is an interior decorator, shopkeeper and, as he styles himself, 'blog curator’ based in Kentucky... He’s a blogger of few words but many beautiful pictures of things that have caught his eye - furniture and curios that are gently distressed, and interiors of an almost ethereal stillness. It is all seductively soulful and makes you want to hop on a plane to visit his shop with a fistful of dollars." -- Gareth Wyn Davies, The Telegraph