I can't believe that Christmas is less than 1 week away! The older I get, the faster time seems to fly by. It seems like just yesterday my sophomore in high school was just a baby! I wish I could just freeze time!
Today I'll be sharing my husband's home office. Trust me when I say that it doesn't normally look this way. He works from home so you can only imagine. I took the opportunity one day that he was out of town to straighten up a bit!
The room is paneled in pine. Then we had a faux artist come in and heavily distress it all. It is definitely a favorite room in the house. It is still a work in progress in that window treatments and art work are still needed.
I really changed up the mantle this year. I have only been blogging a few months so you haven't seen it in previous years. It is much quieter this year with the burlap ribbon and golden balls.
The wooden beams really add to the warmth.
The garland is faux, but the swag above the oil is fresh cedar from our woods.
My hubby collects mortar and pestles. He has quite an extensive collection. I borrowed a few from the bookcase and some old books. I simply filled them with an assortment of golden balls.
I found these carved wood and iron reindeer a few years ago at Pier One Imports. I really like how they blend in with the wood.
The golfing Santa was purchased over 10 years ago during my burgundy phase in Christmas decorating. It is just so pretty and means a lot in that my son and hubby are avid golfers. My son is on the high school golf team.
These book cases are used quite frequently! They really need to be reworked again. My daughter and I removed everything about 2 years ago to freshen it up. It looks like it is time to do that again. Hmmm….future post!
I bought the wing back chairs right before we moved in here from an ad in the paper. They are great chairs, but were bright canary yellow! I got them both for $125!!! We upholstered in 2 different fabrics to give that put together over time look. Still happy with them 8 years later!
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