Monday, December 20, 2010

A Peek at Christmas in My Home

Christmas Tablescape
This is part of my coffee table.  If you are trying to figure it out, on the sides you can see a glimpse of the carpet with Christmas lights reflecting on the glass table top.  (Are you getting tired of my Christmas photos yet?????)

20 comments:

From the Kitchen said...

No, I'm not tired of your Christmas photos. In fact, I'm enjoying them--usually with a cup of tea!

Best,
Bonnie

Sandra said...

never,never get tires of your Christmas photoo. or tired of any of your photos. i do see the dots that are reflected lights. this is beautiful.

Lori said...

Absolutely beautiful. How could I get tired of your photo's? Happy Monday.

justine said...

oh this is so gorgeous, a wonderful palette of rich Christmas colours, so tactile and perfect.

Chad said...

Great choice of colors,and I like the texture you have given the photo.

WhatKarenSees said...

Chad, these are the real colors and these are the real textures. I didn't add them. This is one image where adding anything would have been overkill I think!

Robin said...

Karen, great image. Like everybody else, I love the colours and textures. We are so rich, with all the sights and sounds and light!
Never tire of your shots!

Bare bilder - Pictures only said...

I really like your christmas pictures, and this one is beautiful too.
Wishing you Karen, and your family a merry christmas and a happy new year.
Greetings from Berit.

Ginny said...

No way do I ever get tired of looking at your pictures! This is stunning! I am looking forward to more. It also gives me ideas for my own house, as I am decorating challenged!

Scott said...

Beautiful photo. Just so you know, Chad NEVER reads a post he only looks at the pictures. I'll tell him what you said about your textures. My mother was a very talented decorator like you, and so are my daughters, they have a craft blog here but it clearly skipped a generation, It's just not our thing to do, but we sure enjoy looking at what others, like you, do.

Laura~DancesWithTeddyBears said...

Peacefully beautiful!

Darlene said...

Karen please don't stop with the Christmas photos, they're all so stunningly beautiful. I agree with you, adding anything to this photo would have taken away from it.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Beautiful image!!! I love all the textures and shapes and lights, etc. No not getting tired of Christmas photos yet...

Janie2 said...

How could anyone be tired of your photos!? No it is not Christmas yet so keep them coming. I love your creative coffee table with the natural items of nature. Very nice. Putting the green pod there just draws the eye in. Oh the "glimpse" of your carpet is fun too. I will be back...

fairchildstreet said...

Always interesting to see what other people have and how they take photos. Charmaine

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Hi Karen, your Chirstmas post never ever do bore me. What a treat. And those LIGHTS....wow amazing you have those around.

Ps I wanted to let you know I didn't forget about the pictures of the bridge you've send me. I can't get it right before Christmas but I will work on it after the busy days are over. And for sure I"ll mention you on my blog. Didn't forget about it at all just wanted to let you know. I feel awful it's taking me so long after you realized it so fast.

Blessed to you and your beloved ones my far away friend.
Hugs Dagmar

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

No, I am not getting tired of your Christmas photos! LOL! Love 'em. Just struggling to find time to enjoy them this time of year! Set my alarm to get up to see the lunar eclipse and am blogging away... will pay for it in a few hours! LOL! But, please keep the pictures coming!

diane b said...

I would never get tired of your photographs. I love the colours in your tablescape.

Cryingbear said...

Hi Karen, thank you for your comment on my blog and the discovery of your blog.
Very nice pictures well inspired, I love your portraits!

Photog Ave said...

This should be in a magazine!!
And the Christmas light reflections are absolutely perfect!

Keep 'em coming!