Monday, December 14, 2015

A Winter White Christmas in our Boathouse

       Hello everyone,

Hope you had a lovely weekend. We
enjoyed Christmas concerts that our 
grandchildren were in and a sleepover
  with a couple of little ones this weekend.
Today, I decided it was time to decorate
our Boathouse for Christmas and this 
year it is a winter white theme.

         I still have more to do in here
           but I will show you my fun for
the day!

                                                                 This is one of my favorite places
                                                                  to be ....the reading nook.
      The stockings are hung.

                                                               The fireplace castsa cozy glow but
                                                               alas, no heat. I use an electric header
                                                               to take out the chill this time of year.
                                                                Curl up and enjoy a cup
                                                                of hot cocoa.
I still have some fluffing to do and I
hope to do the rest of the Boathouse
  in white before we get to much snow.


                                                  Our Boathouse last winter.
                                                            Although we had some snow a
                                                            couple of weeks it has since melted
                                                            but a new supply is expected tonight.

                                                             Hope you enjoyed our little Boathouse
                                                             in it's winter white attire.

                                                                                  Take care,



Carmen said...

It's really beautiful and cozy! The whites are so peaceful. Have a Merry Christmas!

Carmen said...

It's really beautiful and cozy! The whites are so peaceful. Have a Merry Christmas!

Rita C at Panoply said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!

Debra@CommonGround said...

a little slice of heaven!

Bernideen said...

My eyes caught the angel on the mantle and the scarf. Such as sweet place. I have a feeling it will be a long winter. Just a feeling. We are expecting more snow in Colorado too! I love it. We joke "oh, we have to close today - it's snowing! Then we say "Oh - we don't have to work, we're retired"!

Pamela Gordon said...

It looks very pretty and I like the bits of green and red in there too. Yes, I'd need a good heater I think as well. :) We're getting freezing drizzle here this evening. My husband is on his way home from Charlottetown and made it to Fredericton safely. He said the roads aren't too bad but may be worse out our way. :)

KayC. said...

Beautiful, just beautiful! Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Delicious in every way!

Erin said...

I just found your blog tonight in Pinterest. I have added you to my very short blog roll. THAT is how much I love your beautiful pictures.
Also Canadian!

Sunnys Haus said...

Very beautiful! What a calm sind peaceful scene.

Greetings from Birgit

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

I love your sweet little boathouse in ANY season, Carolyn- but this winter white is especially beautiful and bright. (You know my allergy to bright colors, haha.)

You have created a truly perfect spot, and I would do anything to be seeing it in person - fire and tea and friendship, does it get much better than that?

Lovely, just lovely! ♥♥♥

Susan said...

Simply beautiful. I could spend hours and hours in your little boathouse!! Merry Christmas!

Cindy Lou said...

Again! Perfection! Elegant ,Warm and welcoming! Great job!

Maple said...

so beautiful Carolyn I love the white Christmas theme. Hope to see you soon.

RareClay Studios Jacqueline Thompson said...

I love this boathouse cottage. Do you have building plans, or do you know where I can get them?

Jacqueline Phillips Thompson