The hostess of this beautiful home is a superb cook, interior and exterior designer, entertainer, and all around fa-la-la fabulous woman. I want to say this is my home, but will have to fess up that it is not. Suffice to say I'm having serious house envy, but delighted to be invited in.
I didn't take a close up of this wreath, but it was filled with magnolia branches and hydrangeas. Love this little table tucked into a beautiful bay window. The plaid tablecloth is also made by the hostess.
Murano chandeliers belong to the old tradition of glass making on the famous island of the Venitian lagune.This tradition started 1000 years ago in Venice city (Rialto) and was transferred to Murano in the 12th century where the crystal was invented in the same period.
We are so blessed to have such loving, gracious, friends. We're so blessed to share in this hostess-extraordinaire's Christmas celebration. Thanks for inviting us in.
Linking up with these fun parties; please stop by to see all the great things there!