The dining room is decked out for Christmas. This is a print of a "parts of speech" page from an early English lesson book. It's perfect for the season in it's red velvet lined frame.
The little print is nestled among the pines and berries inside an English barrister's wig case.
My barrister doesn't have a wig, but if he ever decides to get one he'll be good to go when it comes to traveling.
This is the top of the case...a bit battered...the black, red and gold colors are still very vibrant.
Perhaps the barrister wore a beaver hat like this one. It rests upon an old leather bible on the sideboard.
Lots of green and red this year!
Here are a few shots taken in the living room. Love this little Norma Schneeman snowman...he's so happy!
When I saw this early sampler I immediately thought of Christmas. I wonder if the maker...Amy Selby...made this as a gift for someone. That has to be a Christmas tree in the corner!
And the sweet words are perfect for Christmas!
Last year's version was "short & stout"...this year our tree is long and lean and smells divine!
Hope you all are having a wonderful December so far!
Enjoy the day,