This room has some great metallics going on- but the greenery/natural elements help keep it grounded.
Love the boxwood wreath place setting- contrasting with the red plate.
This is one of my all-time favorite photos. I saved this photo in my inspiration file last year (before Pinterest was born). The mercury glass mixed with fresh greens, white cyclamens & paper whites make such a statement.
This is another photo that took my breath away. Boxwood wreaths oh how I love thee. These can be quite expensive if you buy fresh every year-but I have seen some great "faux" ones from Pottery Barn and Ballards. Or if your lucky enough to have boxwood growing in your yard- DIY some.
Another great example of using fresh natural elements.
Boxwood on the front porch.
I think this year Im going to try this trio of wreaths instead of the traditional single wreath.
Love this idea for the outdoor garden. Christmas lights under a cloche.
While out shopping this weekend I ran across these candle holders that would make a great DIY project. They were $89.00 each! All you would need is a candle holder, a plate or bowl, a glass candle holder and some greenery!
And it took every ounce of will power in me to NOT bring a pair of these chairs home with me. They were a lovely chocolate-gray velvet with rustic Restoration Hardware looking legs and nail head trim. Closeout price: $400 ea!!! Regular price $950! ugh! I know- why oh why did I walk away?