I work from home because I am naturally a homebody and I am not much for office chit-chat. Ask my colleagues. The homebody side of me balances my Realtor life where I show and sell other people’s homes. I am very task-oriented because, like most of us, we juggle lots of projects for work or home. So this year I decided to add a little pine garland in my home office. It is where I spend the bulk of the day so why not add a little Christmas with garland and lights?
PINE NEEDLE PINTEREST CHALLENGE
This month’s Pinterest Challenge, coordinated by our friend Cindy who blogs over at County Road 407, was all about garland. If you are stopping by from Niky’s blog welcome to Everyday Edits. My name is Laura. I would LOVE it if you signed up for my weekly recap called the Weekend Edit over here.
This challenge was the perfect reason to decorate my office with pine garland. For this month it was up for interpretation without our usual inspirational photo. Which made it a little more like showing up at a party and not sure if you were going to be over or underdressed.
Do you know what I mean? We were free to fall on this challenge. I can’t wait to see how the other ladies use garland.
Do you know how many types of garland exist? I knew the style I liked I just did not know the proper name. Apparently, I am a long needle pine girl.
And I found the most amazing long needle pine garland at this Etsy shop. These guys are great! I got a handwritten thank you note when I placed a second order a few days after I received my first order.
So to kick off the holidays I decorated my newly painted dining room hutch that had a relocation to my home office. I added a birdhouse from a challenge last year and a little red berry sphere for a pop of color against the Hale Navy walls.
Some of you may recognize the branches from last month’s Pinterest Challenge to my office. I am in love with these branches from my yard!
Would love a pin!