{12 days of christmas}


You know the song (maybe not by heart), but do you know how to bring the lyrics to life? I’m not talking about buying four calling birds or placing an ad for 10 lords a leaping, I’m talking about adding some design elements to your home reminiscent of the 12 Days of Christmas.

On the first day of Christmas, my true love game to me a Partridge in a Pear Tree. Whether you’re interested in a partridge, two turtle doves or four calling birds this wallpaper from Thibaut is right up your alley. Plus, it’s much less maintenance than bringing a bird into the house.

Thibaut Baron

Looking for something that shines as brightly as three french horns or five golden rings? How about this glass bead wallcovering from Enchanting? In addition to being absolutely fabulous, this wallcovering is PVC-free, formaldehyde-free and heavy-metal free.

Enchanting Wallcovering

Six geese a laying, seven swans a swimming… And one devine feather-inspired table!

Currey & Company

Your eight maids a milkin’ will be sittin’ pretty on these natural square stools from Montana.

Montana

Nine ladies dancing would appreciate a room painted in Hirshfield’s Angelic Choir…

0058 Angelic Choir

… And Devoe Blue Rendezvoux would be perfect for 10 Lords a leaping.

Devoe Blue Rendezvoux 50BG

Eleven pipers piping aren’t the only ones who can pipe – you can add piping to just about any chair, sofa, ottoman or pillow for a special touch.

House Beautiful

Last, but not least, we come to 12 drummers drumming. If that sounds like a little to much noise for you, opt for these drum-inspired waste baskets instead!

Williamwayne & Co.

Happy Holidays from your friends at Hirshfield’s!

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