The comment left yesterday spurred me forward. Someone mentioned they were looking forward to a boho decorated tree. I hate to disappoint.
So I got my step ladder and one of my table top trees off the top shelf in the closet and started trying to decide what I wanted to do.
I have some ideas today, but nothing has been decided. I will get the tree fluffed and figure it all out. So before very long you will see a boho tree.
But today I have a Christmas vignette easily created for small spaces in the dining area.
Right now the green buddha is watching over it. Not sure if he’ll stay there for the holidays because I might need that room for something Christmasy!
Once again I got out one of my vintage boxes for a base. I love how vintage boxes add to the texture and reminds me of my childhood. I only have I think three of them now and I use them constantly.
I placed a fake tree at either end, the red tree I’ve had since I lived in Texas in the middle, and two Santas in front.
The two Santas have kind of a vintage look to them. Hm, I might need to put something under the short Santa to give it some height.
The boho basket behind the vintage box is sort of a grounding area. It highlights the vintage box full of Christmas decor in front of it. It also adds even more texture, which I always like to have in a vignette.
On the other end are elephants. Not sure if they’ll stay in place once I get more holiday decorating done.
I love creating vignettes. It’s like taking puzzle pieces and putting them together, and I always did love puzzles.
Now I’ve got to get moving if I’m going to come up with ideas for a boho decorated tree! I have no idea what I’m going to do, but it will come to me.