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  1. Hi Lory!
    These lovely soft Christmas colors are so gorgeous I think I would never put them away. I especially love the little statue with the sparkly crown. I hope you have a good weekend and have some time to come up with some more “rebellious” palettes. Pat @ Bringing French Country Home

  2. Lory, this is so beautiful….I’m decorating with bright green and red this year, but just did a post on my blog about a shabby pastel holiday too. No matter what colors we use, decorating for the holidays is a chance to make our homes look inviting and welcoming for the people we love. Your colors are beautiful, and your style is always inspiring!

  3. I do all whites and mixed metals but added blush this year. Loving your rose gold choices! ?

  4. Cathy Chapman says:

    Hi Lory,
    I love that color combination and the other coordinating colors that go with it. It is very versatile. I almost did a combination of coppery tones with the blushes and a sprinkle of aqua this year, but I had nothing in that color way and starting from scratch was out of my budget this year. However, I will be hitting those after Christmas decor sales and be ready for next year! Always love the sophistication you bring, and the elegant touches!

    Christmas blessings,

    1. Thank you, Cathy! I probably should have added this to my post (and I’ll try to remember to mention it when I do my tree), but I spent no more than $20! I already had plenty of ornaments in gold and silver, so I found the rose gold at Michaels for $5.00 per box. I got one box of 8 in shiny, one box of 8 in matte and then the clearer pinker speckled ones were $5 for 4, so I got 2 boxes. That’s it! My plan is to mix them in with the gold and silver, so if you already have lots of neutral ornaments without strong colors in them, you can do something similar. I’d probably pick only one, either the rose gold or the aqua (either would work with neutral golds and silvers) this year and then next year you can add the other in… 🙂

  5. Love the colors; gorgeous as always!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!

  6. I share your sentiments on the softer color palette. There is something very soothing about gold/rose gold and your vignette feels very sophisticated. My husband loves the traditional colors so I always have one table with his favorites. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

  7. Such a lovely color! Loving the crowned cherub for a whimsical touch!

  8. Doris serio says:

    I just love love the rose gold now I just wish I could find some rose gold wrapping paper n top it with a gold ribbon for under my tree

  9. Bonjour
    Je suis impatiente de voir noël arriver
    Ton blog est si inspirant
    Merci du partage
    Bonne soirée

  10. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    I haven’t seen this post and love the rose gold and how it compliments your pastel pinks and neutrals. TGIF!!!

  11. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    Love your suggestions for something outside of traditional colors. There are so many beautiful ribbons that compliment the rose gold tones.

  12. I love everything. Absolutely gorgeous. You are so putting me in tge holiday spirit. Thanks for that. Just loss my husband, and holidays nit so good right now.

  13. I love the rose gold and cooper. Makes for a softer look for Christmas or any holiday. Just beautiful!