Take a peek at how we decorated Holly’s holiday table using creamy white, gold metallic, and splashes of cheery orange!

1 -2.  For the centerpieces, we gathered three glass pieces with varying heights and grouped them in the middle of the table. In the tall pitcher, we placed clipped  branches from a tree in the front yard to add height and texture; in the clear vase we put a collection of small silver & white bulb ornaments; and we filled the round cookie jar with bright orange bulbs.

3-4. We wanted to see more texture on the table, so Holly went outside and snipped a few evergreen branches and arranged them around the glass pieces.

5.  For the place settings, we stacked gold chargers, creamy white Eva Zeisel dinnerware, and linen napkins wrapped with metallic leaves. The vintage Red Wing Pottery Orange Ball Pitcher really adds a fun pop of color to the table.

6. A view from above!

7.  A beauty shot of the dining room and Holly’s smart and saucy, patterned chairs!

This holiday season we are definitely seeing a lot of ethereal, white decorations – they are everywhere! Here at hauthaus, we love creating things from scratch, whether its our favorite cookie recipe, sock monkeys (Holly made 4 last year for her cute, little ‘wolf pack’ of nephews!), or handmade holiday decorations and gifts. Now you can follow along with Holly as she creates a beautiful feather wreath in a few quick, easy steps!

  1. What you need: a metal wreath form, scissors, craft paper, ribbon, boas (we used six that are 6′ long)
  2. Get started!
  3. Fill in the wreath form with the craft paper to make it more full.
  4. Start wrapping the boas around the form. To secure each boa, tuck it into the wire form and craft paper.
  5. Continue this with each boa all the way around the form.
  6. Cut a nice long piece of ribbon (about 4′) to hang the wreath from.
  7. Tie the ends into a pretty bow.
  8. Hang up on the wall, door, or window.
  9. Enjoy!

holiday order dates!

August 30, 2010

Here they are! Hauthaus holiday order dates!

Most furniture and lighting factories allow 6-8 weeks for shipping of product, so we thought we’d put together a list of dates to order by if you’re thinking of some new additions for the upcoming holidays. I know, I know… we all still have summer and back-to-school on the brain, but my-oh-my do these dates sneak up quickly!!

12 weeks to Thanksgiving is: September 2nd              

9 weeks to Thanksgiving is: September 23rd

12 weeks to Hannukkah is: September 8th

9 weeks to Hannukkah is: September 29th

12 weeks to Christmas is: October 1st

9 weeks to Christmas is: October 22nd

Hauthaus would love to be a part of your home remodel or redesign this fall!

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