December 25, 2014

A Merry Christmas and my Christmas decorations 2014


With this post, I want to wish all of you a Merry Christmas. I hope you enjoy your holidays with your loved ones and have a wonderful time together. We spend these days with Mr.B and my families again, trying to find some time for all our relatives, eating lots of good food and just having a good time. I want to leave you with a couple of photos from our decorations this year. They are pretty similar to the ones last year. In our region, we have a lot of traditional wood work and crafts made by hand. They are quite expensive, but also timeless and I have collected quite some pieces and got a nice selection of old pieces from both my grandmother and great-grandmother's collections. They are handed down in our family and it is very nice to display them every year also to remember these loved people.


Our small advent "wreath" - we needed a space-saving option as our coffee table is just so tiny and I found this nice glass bottle variation last year at Depot.


The one new DIY piece. The door wreath. I loved the idea of a wreath, but never found one that I really liked. Therefore, I decided to give the handmade version a go and this is the variation for this year. Red and white colors!




Breakfast table decorations. My color combination this year was mostly white and silver with a little bit of grey and red here and there. These things on the table also work well during the rest of the winter time and I am thinking of restyling them as winter decorations after the holidays. A little spray paint here and there and they will look great on our table.



This light arch (Schwibbogen) is also a new addition. It shows the small mountain city of Oberwiesenthal and has a special meaning to Mr.B!




Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!


O. said...

Dear Anja,

Thank you so much for sharing the beautiful, charming decorations from your home - so obviously out up with a lot of heart and soul. Frohe Weihnachten und ein gl├╝ckliches neues Jahr.

mark a. said...

your home looks cozy and warm! a person can definitely feel the spirit of the season there!

AHeartandSoulStory said...

Thank you so much for that sweet comment. And that sweet note in German. Are you a German native speaker?

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