Saturday, December 7, 2013

Red and Turquoise for Christmas

Snow Days
Lots of snow here, unfortunately I was scheduled to work.
And I've been at the store longer than usual to make up for those that didn't come in.
I didn't mind so much but I really would have liked to have been snug at home
during the snow storm.
Today I'm sharing turquoise and red Christmas inspiration.
Turquoise and red are perfect for the Holidays.
It's warm and cool at the same time. 
This image is from an Anthropologie window.
I'd love a tree like this...heck...I'd like a dress like this...let's be honest.
High fashion Decks the Halls
The sweetest of snowmen in a jar with turquoise snow filled sky.

I'd happily do a red and turquoise Christmas.
But, I fear I don't have much in the way of red in my Christmas stuff.

Isn't Red and Turquoise a great combo for Christmas?


Sonia said...

So different and fun! Hope you have a Merry Christmas Nita!
Miss Bloomers

A Whole Lotta Magic said...

I love this combo as you can tell from my header!


Brenda Pruitt said...

It's a wonderful combination. And one I'm adopting slowly but surely.

Sharon Rexroad's Bringing Creativity 2 Life said...

I'm going turquoise and persimmon this year -- starting to put up stuff this weekend! Thanks for some inspiring pics and may you and the doxies stay safe in the snowy weather.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

I love the look of funky turquoise and red holiday decor, but I think everything I own is a bit too traditional for that look. I've had the photo of the starlight mint wreath Pinned for a year. I hope I have time to make one this year. Thanks for sharing, Nita!

Cindi Myers said...

I love that blurred image
and that peppermint wreath is adorable.
My home is White and Black with brown and silver. I used to have touches of red about the place but changed my mind.
Now, once again I'm thinking about Red.
Please be safe out in this bad weather!
xoxo - Cindi

An Urban Cottage said...

It's such an interesting combination but I don't associate it with anything like I do turquoise and orange (HoJo's) or pink and orange (Dunkin' Donuts) but it definitely has a vintage vibe.

Unknown said...

I love red and turquoise. Your post has been a joy to read and view! Thank you for sharing all of these beautiful images with us, Nita, and I hope your Christmas season is wonderful! said...

Your post title got me to open up right away! I think it's a gorgeous combination, and it does feel very vintage to me. Hope you are surviving your storm ok! Have a lovely Sunday, Carol

"Create Beauty" said...

Thank you for this! You've inspired me to add turquoise to my dining room Christmas decor which was mainly red. A few little turquoise glass ornaments has made such a difference!!!

I am loving it!
~ Violet

KarenB said...

I use a lot of red and blue for Christmas. Sometimes it's a turquoise blue. Unfortunately, I have no Christmas posts up yet.

Kit said...

Oh I love so many of these photos. But I just love the decorated twigs over the doorway. :) Kit

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

It's a wonderful combination, but I believe it's full of energy and this year, I'd like something more serene for Christmas.

Unknown said...

I LOVE the red and turquoise. I bought some decorations today. I can't put my finger on it but it gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling from my childhood. were these colors from a Christmas movie? tomorrow I will buying more, I just can't help myself.