Quick look at our living room

We’re almost ready for Santa at the Dickerson household!

We finally got our garland up, and I kind of LOVE how it looks over our main window. Can I keep garland up all year long?

We also hung our brand new Pottery Barn stockings. I’m OB-SESSED with them. They were an early Christmas gift from my brother and sister-in-law, and I just think they are the prettiest things ever. I just love how they have an old-school vibe to them. By now, you probably have picked up on my obsession with Pottery Barn, so I’m Pumped (yes, with a capital P) that these bad boys will be a part of our Christmases to come.

I was inspired by this post from The View Along the Way, and added the leftover garland from our window to our television stand. The garland is pretty looking a little pathetic, so I’m hoping to figure out a way to spice it up the way Kelly did. I need to start stealing branches from the outdoors pronto!

And yes…we were watching “Princess Bride” last night.

I forgot to take a wide shot picture of our entire living room, so I’ll have to share that at a later time. With the Christmas tree up, it’s certainly looking [and smelling!] a whole lot more like Christmas!!

Psst — remember my mustard yellow post? Well, we finally started incorporating color in our living room! Did you see the sneak peek in one of the pictures above?

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14 thoughts on “Quick look at our living room

  1. The Princess Bride is one of my favorite movies of all time! I had to force Kevin to watch it in college (“It sounds like a chick flick.”), but he loves it now, too!

    Your tree is beautiful and I love, love, love the garland!

  2. You can absolutely leave garland up all year. Just add…hearts to it in February, little bunnies in the spring, inflatable pool toys in the summer….no? I tried. 😉 Your living room is looking so festive! 🙂

  3. Where did my comment go? I apologize if it appears twice…

    Anyway, I think your room is looking pretty darn festive, and you can totally leave your garland up year-round if you just add seasonal items to it like heart, bunnies, inflatable pool toys, etc…no? I tried. 😉

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