Christmas Dining Room

November 16th, 2008 in member junk     
Chovey Chovey, member
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Here are some pictures of my dining room.  My table centerpiece is actually an old rusted out tool thingy. 


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Comments (8)

shabbychick writes: Cynthia, a beautiful look - rusty elegance! You wouldn't think the two would go together so well - who knew??? (I guess all us junkers, huh??) :)

Happy Thankmas to you and your family!!

Kathy Posted: 3:17 pm on November 19th
Chovey writes: Sharon....I love it! THANKSMAS!!!! A new JM word!!

cynthia Posted: 5:55 pm on November 18th
saclark writes: Cynthia- I want to come to your house for Thanksmas! (Hey, a new word?) Hope you and your family have a wonderful get together!

Sharon Posted: 1:18 pm on November 18th
WhisperWood Cottage writes: Absolutely lovely!

Amy Posted: 7:41 pm on November 17th
Chovey writes: wow, guys...thanks for all the lovely compliments. First of all let me say that I DON"T have the 'Martha Stewart' syndrome,LoL, by decoratng so early. My children/Grandchildren and some other family members are coming in from Oklahoma, for Thanksgiving and since they won't be back for Christmas, we're celebrating while their here. OK. So it's a good excuse for decorating early...but it works!! ha

Gretchen,
The big candle pillar in the middle is actually a set of 3. I have the other 2 sizes in the bathroom with candles, too. Posted: 6:31 pm on November 17th
CottageElements writes: Love the rusty tooly thing, too. What is it with rust that is so appealing? Looks great with sparkly crystal candles in it, too. Rusty elegance!

Lani Posted: 11:35 am on November 17th
fellowjunker writes: Chovey
Your Christmas decorating looks fabulous, as does your entire house. Just love how you've incorporated so many interesting pieces. Love the colour of the dining room chairs too!
xojanis Posted: 12:08 am on November 17th
MimiToria writes: Nice and warm looking. Love the white tree against the color on the wall. The huge candle holder is very cool. Does it happen to be part of an old lamp? Just curious.
Gretchen Posted: 10:33 pm on November 16th
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