A Glimpse Inside an American Home

Holiday traditions are as unique and varied as the people and countries on our planet. In Eastern Pennsylvania as in other parts of the United States we love to adorn our homes with lights and greenery. Driving through neighborhoods after dark we see how each family chooses to celebrate the holiday season. But I’ve also wondered how families adorn the interior of their homes. If you are like me and wondered what is behind the window, I welcome you to come in and share one family’s celebration!  Happy Holidays however you choose to celebrate!

Livingroom at Christmas 2

Living room at Christmas

Diningroom at Christmas with sled

Potato masher collection
Potato masher collection
Santa Christmas collection
Santa Christmas collection

 

Santa Christmas collection
Santa Christmas collection

 

Upstairs bedroom a toy-filled Christmas
Upstairs bedroom a toy-filled Christmas
Upstairs bedroom a deep-woods Christmas
Upstairs bedroom a deep-woods Christmas
Happy Christmas to All!
Happy Christmas to All!
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14 thoughts on “A Glimpse Inside an American Home

  1. How warm and lovely. I especially like the Santa collection, and the old green trunk with its accoutrements. And the collection of potato mashers. Actually, I like every room. Is this your home?

  2. HI Bonnie,
    What a wonderful job you have done to the old farm house….I love every room you have done and I remember every room…..lots of memories.

    1. You are welcome! The mashers are a purposeful collection. Many years ago Daniel and I wanted to start a collection of something that we could search for when frequenting antique malls, our go to activity in inclement weather. We knew they could not be expensive but also did not want something too common. So we settled on potato mashers!

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