Tudor Holiday

Paige and Doug, along with Paige’s mom Pam, spent most of today decorating the exterior of the beautiful Tudor-Revival renovation home we’ve shared with you on the blog before.  Our Birmingham readers will probably recognize this  prominent house, and because the house is so visible we knew the exterior decor had to be perfect.


We began decorating at the front gate, wrapping the large gas lanterns with evergreen and then wiring in giant pine cones to complement the home’s wooded and natural setting.


Around the beautiful limestone surround of the home’s front door, we hung yards and yards of more natural garland.  We added warm white LED lights to the garland to add sparkle and to call attention to the entry. 

Near the front door, we strung more garland along a small Juliette balcony with more pinecones.  We love how the fresh green of the asparagus fern in the limestone planter complements the color of the garland.

Although the exterior of this house is large, we added small bits of garland wrapped around lanterns and on limestone window sills to make things festive and fresh for the holidays.




The interior of this home is spectacular at the holidays…the finishing touches are being completed right now so check back tomorrow for more of this beautiful home all decked out for the season!

7 thoughts on “Tudor Holiday

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