Last of the Lampasas home tour pictures:
A modern country home on a ranchette.
This was a divider between the tub and the stool.
Very cute candle scones. However, if they were lit, probably smoky smudges would appear on the wall.
Lovely rose tree on the kitchen counter. I didn’t touch it, but the roses look real.
Interesting tree topper with pheasant feathers and artificial glittery plumes.
Two framed baby outfits hung on a bedroom wall.
Since the couple have a son and daughter, I assume these were christening clothes or were for some other meaningful occasion.
The son’s room was all guy.
This craft room made me green with envy. But I doubt that mine, if I had one, would be this neat.
Think this is a guest room.
Love, love old rusty gates. But I would have placed it in a different location. This led into a car port.
This little iron deer kinda blends into its setting as do real deer.
Up close, the rake part is obvious, although I’m not sure what the other materials are.
At the last house, I only made pictures outside in the back. So clever to put gumdrops on a spiky plant.
I’ve seen logs like this used as candle holders.
So I’m not sure if the cupcakes are candles or just decoration for the season.
It’s always inspiring to see what ideas others have, and I appreciate the willingness of homeowners to open their houses. What a huge deal to prepare for such an event.
“There has been only one Christmas — the rest are anniversaries.” W.J. Cameron