The last day of Chanukah was officially yesterday – the 28th of December. That means the New Year is literally around the corner. So, to finish out our Chanukah posts and bring in the new year, here’s a photo of olives in martini glasses. The clear black glass on the base combined with the white background makes the splash of red and olive colors really stand out and become the focus of this photo.
Being the last day of Chanukah, it’s only appropriate to continue with our Spirit of Chanukah theme. So, today’s likes are all olive colored rooms. Enjoy!
The last Tuesday of the year. Holy moly! What tip do we have for you today? Read More »
While Christmas is now officially over, today is the seventh day of Chanukah, which means in households celebrating the Festival of Lights, a seventh candle will be lit on their menorahs tonight at nightfall. Oh so wonderful holiday traditions are… no matter what holiday I love that the spirit of the holidays are strong and celebrated. But, back to today’s inspiration… which in the spirit of Chanukah I’ve decided to be olive oil. Read More »
Last night was the second night of Chanukah, so today, in the spirit of the Festival of Lights, we share the colors of the menorah lighting with you. Read More »
Monday, we posted an inspiration design board for the spirit of Christmas. Today, I’m sharing some blue and white home decor with you in the spirit of Chanukah. Before I move onto what I’m going to show you, I wanted to first share a little bit about Chanukah.
The Festival of Lights is observed for eight days. Chanukah is a holiday of renewed faith, dedication and spirit and reminds us to “never lost hope.” As part of the traditional observation, one candle on the menorah is lit each night of Chanukah. Prayers and song are also part of the holiday. You can find out more about Chanukah traditions at Torah Tots.
Wow, it’s the last Tuesday before Christmas! The year has gone quickly. Well, here’s a tip for you: Read More »
This week is a fun week… it’s not only going to be Christmas and the beginning of Chanukah. Being Chinese, traditionally, neither are holidays for me, but my family celebrates it because we’ve adopted many American holidays. As for Chanukah, Stacey is Jewish, so we honor this holiday with much respect here at This Lovely Home. So, to kick off this festive week, here are some red and green home decor items. Enjoy! Read More »
In keeping with the design board from Monday, I delve into more artwork on etsy and the web. I found an abundance of picture frames. Sometimes you can just use the frames themselves as artwork. Here are some I found. Read More »
Happy Tuesday! Here’s a tip we found from a few articles combined about keeping germs to a minimum in the kitchen.