Using small decorations for big effect

“Sometimes less is more,” and when it comes to setting the stage for holiday cheer, these little decorations tell a bigger story by drawing us to focus in more closely because of their smalller size. We have a variety of unique items like these little gems, including an extensive collection of Bethany Lowe decor. Stop […]

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We love Nativity scenes!

Cresche, (from old French) are the focal point of many Christmas displays. Whether they’re made of chalkware, silver or painted plaster, these holiday centerpieces are always a special part of traditional Christmas decorations.      

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Vintage bridal crowns

Traditional French “globe de mariee” displays were for couples to preserve wedding souvenirs and tell the story of their romance, wedding and life together. These were often placed in a prominent part of the home, often in the formal dining room. They held the bridal tiara or crown, and items the bride and groom chose […]

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Decorating with windows, doors and shutters

These screen doors flanking a window with a salvaged architectural piece on top make a colorful and eye-catching vignette. And because they are not permanently afixed can be re-arranged for countless different display options. (below left) Another lovely arrangement using tall skinny windows and shutters. (below right)                   […]

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