It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Monticello Antiques here in Portland, Oregon.
Their big "A Vintage Inspired Christmas Show" begins Friday November 22nd,
and I'm hoping to drop in for a peek sometime this weekend.
In the meanwhile, it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas there so here's a sneak peek.
I really like this old framed Christmas print.
Some vintage tablecloths on a beautiful old chair.
This old cabinet is lovely, and it is stuffed to the brim with vintage Christmas decorations.
Leather and fur Christmas stockings anyone?
Lovely Christmas baubles in a tiered basket.
Many vintage versions of the jolly old elf himself.
So much Christmas decor, so little time...
Aluminum trees were popular when I was a kiddo...
many of them had motors that made them twirl and a spot light to shine on them in various colors.
We were "old fashioned" with our real tree.
Here's some more neutral colored decor.
A little tree in a crystal pedestal bowl.
An old wooden cubby filled with vintage goodies.
This ironstone pedestal bowl with a little tree in it may be my favorite thing.
Wandering the aisles is a wealth of holiday decorating inspiration.
I loved the beautiful leaded glass doors on this cabinet, and again,
it's filled to the brim with vintage Christmas decorations.
FaLaLa!!! I never thought of spelling that out in vintage letters until I saw this display!
I hope you enjoyed this little tour of one of my favorite antique malls all decked out for Christmas.
Be sure to click on the photo below to see how to enter my giveaway of this
beautiful Ghanaian Market basket!
It's almost Friday, friends!
Have a HAPPY, HAPPY Friday
a BLESSED weekend!