December Update

IMG_4942 - 2014-12-06 at 17-16-30We are ready for Christmas now at the Edwardian House. The tree is up.

IMG_4901 - 2014-12-05 at 16-35-25The stockings are hung.

IMG_4794 - 2014-11-27 at 20-16-17Oliver is getting in the party mood.

IMG_4874 - 2014-12-05 at 14-15-43Rosie is proving she has been good for Santa.

IMG_4837 - 2014-12-05 at 13-01-16Ruby is disappointed in our crass commercialism.

IMG_4753 - 2014-11-25 at 11-04-18Oliver taste tests the hamper – literally.

IMG_4944 - 2014-12-06 at 17-16-50The lounge is coming together – the light shades appear pink in the photo but in reality they are a deep red. Avoid looking at the carpet-less floor.

IMG_4744 - 2014-11-22 at 15-23-50Have I shown you the wardrobe finally in place in the bedroom? We had become quite tired of carting its 11 separate components around the house to keep it out of the way of the builders. It is never moving again – if we sell this house we’re calling it a fixture!

IMG_4718 - 2014-11-17 at 10-57-54The oval Edwardian mirror our friends Michelle and Margaret bought us when they came to stay is now hung above the mantelpiece.

IMG_4714 - 2014-11-15 at 18-30-38Oliver in a more circumspect mood in the entrance hall.

IMG_4922 - 2014-12-06 at 17-11-30

Last Saturday we held our first dinner party, which was quite a milestone.

There is still much to be done but it can wait until next year!

Season’s Greetings to all.



14 thoughts on “December Update

  1. Congrats on getting to your first dinner party! I cannot wait to do the same. The house is coming along nicely and I love how festive the living rooms looks. I hope you had a lovely Christmas and I’m looking forward to seeing what 2015 will bring for you! Nadine x

  2. is there a street party/wake for the funeral of King Richard III? is the town abuzz?
    I do hope the quiet blog just means all is well and gorgeous at Cat City.
    x x

  3. re the hampers: just informed, as I am, by TheLadyMagazine that F&M hampers are made and stencilled by PH Coate & Son, Stoke St.Gregory, Taunton, Somerset. and they work hard making willow beds for 3 years and it can all be ruined by flooding. Who knew? x x

  4. Pingback: Christmas in the Edwardian House | Edwardian House Renovation

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