Monday, November 24, 2014

Christmas in the Boathouse Conservatory



                                                                            Good morning!
                                                         
                                                        This morning I am sharing a few photos
                                                        of our little conservatory on the back(south)
                                                        of our boathouse all decked out for the
                                                       Christmas season.

                                                          I think it has a cozy English Country look.
                                                             I love this green wire birdcage that
                                                             I bought at Homesense a few years
                                                             ago.
                                                               The old thrift shop skates that I
                                                               painted blue and added some dark
                                                               Annie Sloan wax to and some fake
                                                               fur   ~ glued on.If you like the look
                                                               but don't have the wax some brown stain
                                                              will give an aged look as well.
                                                            Looks like Santa has arrived already!

                                                                              Warm and Cozy

    The Boathouse
                                                                             

                                                   For those of you who have not seen the exterior of
                                                   our little Boathouse, I have included a few winter
                                                   shots from previous winters.You can see the nook
                                                   is built out on the left (east) side.
                                                                           

                                                      The little conservatory is on the back ~ we used old
                                                      wooden french doors for it.
                                So the only part I haven't shared yet is the loft and I
                                           haven't given it a Christmas makeover yet ....hopefully
                                           one day soon!

                                                          Thank you for visiting and welcome to my
                                                          new followers as well.

                                                         Hope you have a wonderful day!

                                                                                  Carolyn

19 comments:

Sandi said...

Winter bliss! Couldn't have said it better myself.

angie said...

hallo, carolyn, danke für die wunderschönen bilder und inspirationen!!!
alles liebe von angie aus deutschland
*könnten sie einen translater hier in ihren blog einbauen, damit ich lesen kann, was sie schreiben*?

Carrie B. said...

Just unbelievably charming and beautiful. I always want to dive into your photos! You should do a course on blog photography! ;)

Debra@Common Ground said...

oh Carolyn, I want to move right in!!

Elzie said...

I just love your Little boathouse. And right now it sure gives us a Christmas feeling that the weather don't do, lol.
Have a great day.
Love Elzie

Brooke Kroeger said...

Just darling Carolyn, love your little cottage.... check your email, I sent you a note a bit ago...xxx...

The Charm of Home said...

I would be in that little boat house all day playing! How charming!

Wendy@Once upon a rose haven said...

Hi Carolyn,
Such a beautiful place to spend some time!
Blessings,
~Wendy

Lorrie said...

I admired all the photos with their Christmas touches until I arrived at the outdoor scene. That took my breath away. So lovely.

Madelief said...

Dear Carolyn,

Your boathouse looks enchanting! Summer or winter. Hope I will be able to see it for myself one day. Looks like a lovely place to spend the day or to sleep. So romantic! You decorated it wonderfully!

Madelief x

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I just love this little retreat, Carolyn! It looks so pretty decorated for Christmas. I love the ice skates. The color is great. I can't wait to get mine out of the attic and set up somewhere. Not sure where I will display them yet this year.

lisa verrastro said...

Si hai creato una bellissima ambientazione inglese..il Natale a casa tua e' ancora più bello..e con la neve...mi incanto a guardare le tue foto..grazie a te per essere passata da me.
Un bacio grande
Lisa del Lismary's cottage

Pamela Gordon said...

Just beautiful. I didn't realize this boathouse was such a good size and even has a loft. It looks so cozy and the snowy scene are gorgeous!

Maite Echevarria said...

Hola,que maravilla de decoracion navideña me quedo como seguidora de tu blog y te dejo la direccio'n del mio por si te apetece seguirme,saludos
Maitedecopart.blogspot.com.es

alittlecape said...

Thanks for the dreamy, Christmas winter setting. So peaceful and a lovely way to start the day. Patty/NS

Linda said...

Very charming, Carolyn. All is calm, all is bright. I would like to stay the night! Lol
Hugs,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Carolyn, I am in love with your boat house! This is the first time seeing it in the winter and the house is gorgeous. Looks like a painting.
Hugs,
Sherry

Jann Olson said...

I love it! So warm and cozy!
hugs,
Jann

Andi's English Attic said...

Carolyn, you've done it again. Not only do I have a pergola in my garden trying hard to look like yours, I've just purchased a pair of old ice skates off Ebay. I liked yours so much I'm going to try it. What kind of paint did you use?