Sunday, December 2

Decking the Halls - Metallic Colors on My Tree

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We've been decking the halls here at the Lunt home
in celebration of this wonderful season.


I've always wanted to decorate a Christmas tree in
Metallic Colors.
This year I changed my dressy tree color scheme to
include bronze, gold, silver & pewter.



Some of the items for the tree were actually purchased
from the fall clearance merchandise - like the bronze-y garland.

The table is also set . . .
Aren't these Pottery Barn napkins the "bee's knees"?
I got them on clearance after Christmas last year.

How about you?
How are your decorations coming along?

10 comments:

  1. Your decorations are just lovely!

    I'm still not finished~ but the tree is up! We went with red & chocolate brown again this year. We also bought a new, skinnier tree, which I am loving!

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    1. What a fun & unique color scheme Valerie. I love nontraditional decor. Make sure to post pictures on your blog - we want to see! One of our trees is skinny too & I agree - they're awesome.

      Warmly, Michelle

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  2. Your tree is gorgeous Michelle! and of course I love your chalk wall :) Tis the Season!

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    1. Great to hear from you Claudia & thank you!

      Warmly, Michelle

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  3. I've got serious tree envy. I just couldn't get my tree(s) to work with me this year. I don't think I fluffed them up enough. They look horrible... I'm just going to pretend that yours are in my living room. xoxo

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    1. Oh my goodness, you are so cute. Your sweet comment made me LOL! And it inspired me to write a post about "Tree Envy" where I featured what you said. {See the next post.} Merry Christmas to one of my favorite blog friends!

      Warmly, Michelle

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  4. I'm a blogger so the decorations have been up - the trees and the mantel for a while:). Love the name of your blog. Oooo I see chocolate chunk cookies. Gotta check that out. Following on Google+. Best wishes, Linda

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    1. Good for you, Linda. Thanksgiving is sacred at our house, so I'm not "allowed" to put Christmas up until Hunny's favorite holiday is over. It's my pleasure to be following you as well on Google+! Thanks for stopping by & leaving a comment.

      Warmly, Michelle

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  5. love the metallic touches michelle. you have a great sense of style!!

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    1. Thank you so much Traci! And Merry Christmas.

      Warmly, Michelle

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