intr.v. hi·ber·nat·ed, hi·ber·nat·ing, hi·ber·nates
1. To pass the winter in a dormant or torpid state.
2. To be in an inactive or dormant state or period.
Hibernation was what I had in mind when I ordered this bedding from Pottery Barn last week. The images in the mosaic are from Pottery Barn, online.
A sort of cozy lodge feel was what I was looking for. But, it soon morphed into a cozy cottage look, with just a hint of lodge.
I’ll post about the room makeover, soon.
When we were at Branson Landing, we passed by Kirkland’s. There were Christmas canvases in the window. I didn’t go into the store for a closer look at that time. Friday morning, we were out running errands near Kirkland’s in O’Fallon (MO) so I decided to see if the canvases were available there. Indeed they were and I picked up a couple. I’ll show them in another post, when I begin decorating for Christmas.
While at Kirkland’s I found this gothic arch style wood and iron piece. I could not resist bringing it home for the mantel in our master bedroom.
I added the magnolia leaf and red berry wreath for now. I can see containers of flowers and twigs or baskets on the arch, through various seasons.
I’m not rushing Christmas season. Decorating will begin in a few weeks. As long as I am tearing the room apart and climbing ladders, I decided I might as well go ahead and do the mantel and arch for Christmas.
We are discussing installing an electric fireplace where the small electric stove sits. It is just something we are mulling over, for now. We use the stove through Winter and like the way it gives the room a certain coziness.