KDHamptons Decks The Halls At Maple Shade
KDHamptons loves the holiday season on the East End and decking our halls at Maple Shade with all my favorite local finds. This year I kept my porchscape simple with two chubby trees from Fowler’s Garden Center decorated with red velvet bows and white lights. The center attraction is the festive wreath I made with Lilee Fell at my recent Garnet Hill holiday party with pine cones, red silk birds, eucalyptus and cinnamon sticks.
In our formal dining room I always decorate our crystal chandelier with sprigs of boxwoods and fragrant evergreen that makes the room smell divine. Down the center of the table I created a magical winter garden with magnolia branches, lights, snow covered Christmas trees, as well as white feather trees. I find all of these charming pieces at Topiaire in Southampton, Marders in Bridgehampton, and Fowlers in Southampton. They all have a curated selection of special keepsakes.
For my Christmas dinner tabletop design I created a white and green magical winter garden. Arthur Golabek (347.731.3826) created my gorgeous floral centerpiece with Amaryllis, Lilies, Spruce, Roses, Tulips, and Evergreens. I LOVE it! The dinnerware and gold serve ware are vintage keepsake sets.
This glamorous white feather peacock is from Fowler’s. The white line and matte gold napkins were a find on a trip to Abu Dhabi. The marble monogrammed lazy susan is by Lilian Vernon.
A sprig of boxwood on the napkins adds a pop of color.
Aren’t these vintage Tom Collins glasses with dancing horses so chic? I found a set of twelve at Good Ground Antiques in Hampton Bays.
Merry Christmas everyone!