Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Table Tops at 1515

Here is a look at 1515
My Aunt Annie's bookcase I just received from my cousin


I had no plans of how I what I was going to do...but I really like how it
turned out by using my vintage candlesticks, shiny bright ornaments,
beads and trees.
On the inside of the bookcase I have all my Great Grandparents Christmas
cards from the 1900-1940's displayed along with many of the Christmas
postcards they got through the years.

Joining Marty for TTT

14 comments:

Tete said...

Ann- I don't even know where to begin but to tell you that I love it all. I haven't seen your posts forever! I just got caught up- with maybe 20 of them. You haven't been showing up on my sidebar, so I thought you were just too busy to post!
Looks like you are having a grand time this season, as usual. I have no idea how you find all of this stuff!
We got rain today and could get quite a bit of it. Gloomy skies again but beats an ice storm!

Richard Cottrell said...

It is so cute, love the red and the little trees are always a favorite. Oh yes, the glass beads, are a favorite of mine as well. Richard from My Old Historic House.

Olive Cooper said...

Ann, the reds and sparklies are beautiful. it is terrific that the cousins gave you the bookcase for 1515. Happy Christmas, Olive

Vintage Gal said...

Love the bookcase and your decorations are just beautiful. Lovely, just lovely ;-)

C'est moi Claudette said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE
No other words needed for this post.
OK one more jealous!!!!
oxoxoxoxoxo

GardenofDaisies said...

I love the red and silver look you have there on the mantle. So pretty!

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

Oh all of the red is so pretty. So cozy!!

Debbie said...

This is so pretty, Ann! Very festive, and so sparkly. I especially love the beads!
xxxooo

Pam said...

That turned out very pretty. And I love that bookcase. You are so lucky to get such neat things given to you!

Rebecca said...

Everything looked so good at the party!!! Thanks so much for inviting me!

Hi, I'm Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh your red glassware is swoonworthy! The bookcase is no doubt a true treasure!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

How fabulous to have such a lovely heirloom. Beautiful. I love all of your cranberry glass and your decor is stunning. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Deanna said...

Hi Ann! I was so thrilled to see your post. All your pictures are just so darling. I just about swooned with every shot. The lighting just set everything off perfectly.

Have a great weekend
Deanna :D

Deanna said...

Hi Ann! I was so thrilled to see your post. All your pictures are just so darling. I just about swooned with every shot. The lighting just set everything off perfectly.

Have a great weekend
Deanna :D