The greenhouse came alive after decorating it for Christmas! Mini Christmas trees and garland were an important part of the greenhouse decorating process. I also used other props for holiday decor, such as an old vintage sled, a reindeer, a red tricycle and an old vintage sign.
This greenhouse view was one of the favorites this Christmas! I had a few Instagram accounts feature it, which was a nice surprise! I’m already thinking of decorating ideas for the greenhouse that I can use next Christmas. Because I have been recovering from foot surgery since October, I didn’t decorate as much as I would have liked this season. I did do a great job pointing my finger and supervising my hubby. He really came through for me!
One of the fun things we do in our community is have a wreath making party the Saturday after Thanksgiving! Here I am, mission accomplished! And I know just where I will be putting it. Yes, you guessed it…on the greenhouse!
It’s so pretty to see the greenhouse all lit up at night! The lights stay up all year, not just at Christmas, so that was one less decorating project we had to tackle! I have always used white lights outside, but I am contemplating whether to put up colored lights for Christmas next year or not. What do you think?
Here’s a shot from the deck, and this is the view we get from our kitchen window. Even though we live on a bay, the Puget Sound can get pretty rough at times, so I always try to take as many pictures as I can when the water is calm and peaceful. I never tire of the lit up greenhouse and this amazing water view!
Because the outside of the greenhouse looked so festive, I’ve decided to decorate the inside next year for the holidays. Some Christmas poinsettias and snowflake garland will surely add to the festive feel of the greenhouse!