What do your Christmas decorations look like? Do you like them in the traditional red and green or do you prefer them to be unique and non-traditional? For the homeowner of this cottage, Anna Dickinson, Christmas isn’t Christmas if she don’t have it in a colorful way.
Anna lives with her husband and her little daughter in this very charming cottage in the Heights neighborhood of Little Rock. The cottage was built in 1932 and has light interiors, which work like a canvas for the homeowner as she “paints” it with colorful, happy and innovative Christmas decor.
Take a look and feel inspired.
The beautiful family enjoying their cottage ready for Christmas.
A happy welcome!
The wreaths on the exterior windows have been a part of her family for years.
Oh, Christmas Tree
The homeowner mixes new with vintage when it comes to decor. Many of her ornaments are collected over the years.
On the mantel, colorful Chindi-wrapped reindeer, anchor one end of a magnolia-leaf garland, while a trio of vintage metallic trees and a pair of birds anchors the other.
Moose Here, Moose There, Moose Everywhere!
These reindeer are from Dickinson’s store, White Goat.
The stockings are from Pottery Barn Kids.
Lovely painted buffet. The art is y Dallas artist Katherine Cochran.
The faux pine-tree place-card holders from Pottery Barn and the dinnerware is from Spode.
At The Table
I love this table with the benches.
The kitchen was designed by Bill Wrape of Distinctive Kitchens and Baths, the pendants are from Light Innovations.
Isn’t this cottage adorable? I loved seeing theses unique Christmas decorations. What about you? Let me know what you think.
Wishing you all a blessed day.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: At Home in Arkansas Via Nicety.
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