Christmas is Just Around the Corner!!

When I was visiting my aunt in Pasadena a couple weeks ago, we went to "Stats", one of the largest holiday stores in the U.S. I just love this store and could shop there all day long! While we were there drooling over all the fabulous displays, I decided to sneak my camera out and take some pics of a few of the beautifully decorated Christmas trees. They are so simple yet so elegant! Just one single bough across the middle bottom, and voila! The pics aren't the best because I didn't want to use the flash but they are enough to get the basic idea!!

And just a little sneaky "hello" from Winston... He's not really supposed to be by the couch hence the sneaky "I shouldn't be here" half head over the chest...

Happy Holidays!!


Priscila said...

oh I heart your doggy! I miss mine. It got eaten by the nasty San Diego cayotes!

TattingChic said...

WHat a sweet doggy! Thanks for the store tip. I LOVE holiday stores...so much fun!

countrygirl3031 said...

What an adorable doggy...he's too cute! What gorgeous pictures from that store...love those trees!


vintagewindow said...

Love the Christmas trees. The white with the large arrangement is wonderfully simplistic. This time of the year is such fun, the shopping, festivities and lights. Can't wait to tour some of the light displays in our area.

Winston is so cute.


Sophee-a Laroo Bijoux and Sheri too said...

I see a sneek peek at your decor...very nice!

Poor pup....white furniture...maybe he could have his own blankie.

Does he shed?

I would love to see the Christmas store~I need to start decorating a bit....for my space. They have a BIG~pre Holiday event in NOV.

Now what is this about coyotes??!!!

emily said...

What beautiful trees! I would love to go there!! Your dog is too cute!

Crossroads Cottage said...

What a sweet little guy. And I can't believe that the holidays are almost here. Yikes - so much to do before then. No wander you are feeling a bit overwhelmed. :)

Berlin Deluxxe said...

I love how just a simple garland could make a white tree stand out.