Christmas at the antique mall

The last two years I've taken photos of the beautiful Christmas decorations at an antique mall in 
Katy TX (where I used to live).
 But I never got around to showing them to you on my blog. ..until now!

This white tree was so beautiful!
They used all kinds of vintage linens to decorate it with pops of deep red roses and garland.

This little bedroom corner set up in the shop was so gorgeous!

If anyone knows where I can find the ribbon on this sled, please let me know!

Another shop near by had this brown and aqua western themed tree.
It was nontraditional and I loved it!

I had to show you a close up. So cool!

I think this lil kitchen tree was my my favorite at the antique mall!

But I really like the birds and pine cones too!

A very dramatic silver tree.

Love the vintage silver pieces on the tree!

I'm working hard trying to get the decorating complete at my house.
I don't know how so many bloggers manage to have their whole house tours up already. Amazing!
I hope to have something to show you soon!


  1. Wonderful photos. Thank you!
    Seeing pictures like yours helps to make decisions on what style to chose. Each year is a fun task to combine elements to create a holiday harmony. The first tree with all those linens is very inspiring.
    So for me this year will be about linens, silver, pinecones, jute twine and satin ribbons.

  2. How pretty! Places like that are so inspiring. So fun to spend in too. :)

  3. I wouldn't be able to walk out of there empty handed for sure. I love that bedroom corner.

  4. I loved taking the tour of that cute store. All of those trees were gorgeous.

  5. Thanks Lisa for the tour of this beautiful store. So many wonderful treasures.

  6. Such a neat place! I loved that kitchen tree too! I know what you mean about all the Christmas tours going around. I don't know how they've already had time to decorate, photograph, edit, and put a blog post together! Then again, maybe I'm just a slacker. :)

  7. wunderschöne dekoration!!! liebe grüße von angie