The Annual Candlelight Tour of Homes in Weatherford usually features older 19th century homes. However, the first home we visited was built in 2015 in the craftsman style of the late eighteen hundreds. The builder is a well known local contractor who restores older homes and builds reproductions of those styles.
The wooden mantel actually is an period piece.
Plop some berries in a pencil holder and it looks Christmasy.
This is a decoupaged trunk to mimic the Victorian style.
All ready for Christmas dinner.
Nice touch with Magnolia leaves and a ball of berries.
I have a thing for stained glass lamps or stained glass anything that is good quality. The small manager looks like Fontanini, which is very collectible.
The faience girl looks French. Marie Antoinette? Its bright colors draws your eyes right to it.
Outside on a small upper balcony this display caught my attention.
Striking combination of red and white Poinsettias in a deep blue pot.
The back driveway made this a small yard. But this side flowerbed provides space for a great Christmas vignette. Pansies in front give it a little color.
“Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.” Credited to John Wesley, but disputed by some