By Renae Frey

Our Farm All Dressed Up for the Holidays!

Our Farm All Dressed Up for the Holidays!

I have had so much fun decorating the farm this year. We had such beautiful weather, cold and crisp, but dry-the perfect Christmas decorating weather.

I bought loads of cedar garland and fresh wreaths from a farm down the road. I planted Lemon Cypress in the urns on either side of the gate. I love it. It makes me giddy every time I get home.

I draped the cedar garland along the fence, as well as the gate.

I also added fresh seeded eucalyptus, holly and fresh tree trimmings from around our farm.

This is the gate to our pasture, I love the way it looks.

These window boxes are my favorite. I usually trim the plants from the following season, but this trailing vine was just too beautiful to cut back. It added so much character. I added a few birch logs and more trimmings from around the farm.

This is the entrance to the carriage house, it is so pretty dressed up for the holidays.

Our outdoor fireplace on our patio.

This lovely lady is my favorite part of this vignette, and the best part is that I can see her from my kitchen window-it makes washing dishes a bit more fun.

I adore urns! I pretty much love all urns- and I love stuffing them with all kinds of goodies. I filled these with even more trimmings from around the farm.

This is the entrance to the courtyard of the cottage. It was a very cold and foggy morning when I took this picture, thus it’s not a super clear pic.

And, it looks even more magical at night.

This is the entry into the cottage greenhouse, I think that it just looks so sweet.

And, a night time view.

This is the front of the cottage, it’s so much fun decorating this window. I added a wide window ledge instead of a window box, I love how versatile it is. I change out this decor all year long.

And, last but certainly not least, is the fountain wall. We built this wall out of scrap concrete board, then we added the sconces and antique fountain. It really turned out beautifully.

And, finally, the night time view. Isn’t it spectacular?

Well, that’s it. I hope that you enjoyed seeing the farm all decorated for the holidays. I sure enjoyed sharing it with you. I wish that you were here in person and we could be walking around the farm together with a cup of chai tea.

Happy Holidays!

Hugs and blessings to you,

Renae

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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