Happy Holidays!

5:36 PM Posted by Mish Dish

The holidays are behind us and now we look to the future and the New Year ahead. I am thrilled with my Christmas extravaganza and wanted to share a few of my decor photos.

(What I wore: Michael Kors Sweaters + lace skirt, Prada leopard pumps, Michele Gramesty necklace)

A few pearls, rhinestones, mirrors and glitter go a long way with my table scape.

Silver glitter pinecone topiaries add glamour, drama and style to the Christmas decor.

Add a few peacock feather to a potted orchid to give it that festive pop of color.

White feather trees are sophisticated and a chic way to dress the tabletop.

A pearl accent pillow to tie the theme together.

A cozy fire to huddle around, converse and conspire with loved ones.
At this time of year I thank you; I honor you; I bless you; I love you; and I give gratitude for following this blog and being a part of my artistic journey.
Happy Holidays!

Love, Mish
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  1. God's Favorite Shoes! said...

    Oh how I have missed you Bloggy Godmother!

  2. Johanna said...

    Fabulous decorating...and I love that lace skirt!

  3. Grit and Glamour said...

    Wow...you are so talented! Love your decorations. And you look great!

    Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.

    ♥ V
    twitter: @gritandglamour

  4. COCAMIA said...

    You are so Inspiring! I think you are so great...xo

  5. Audrey Allure said...

    I love the touch of the peacock feather :) Beautiful photos!

  6. Iben said...

    Gorgeous decorations! I too love the peacock feather, it's something different. Have a noce evening!

    Love Iben

  7. yiqin; said...

    happy holidays <3

  8. sbot said...

    So lovely,

    Consider me your newest follower! Hope youll stop back soon...


  9. Anonymous said...

    utterly perfect!!

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