The colors in the painting and furnishing are recreated on the traditional green trees using bronze, burlap, brown and natural tones. There is a lot of texture to the decor as well. Embossed velvet ribbon, shiny metals, birch, poinsettias, cacti, berries and pinecones mix with ornaments of deer, cowboy hats, stars and log snowflakes.
Miss Cayce's Christmas
What makes decorating a business fun? Capturing the personality of the office, its owners and the people that work there.
This office decor is representative of the wonderful West Texas, and it is the perfect set for a Cowboy Christmas right down to the boots, spurs and hitching post. The western art is a valued collection and the inspiration for this business' holiday decorating.
This business did not need the traditional red and green to provide the associates with a festive place to work this Christmas. The rustic warm colors with bright touches of gold and platinum celebrate the season in true western style.
When you are decorating your business or store front for Christmas, play up your current color scheme. Add in pops of colors, black and white, golds or silvers, or keep it clean with natural tones, grays and blues mixed with faux plants. Your decor should complement your current business style, and we want to help! Check out our Christmas Collections to get started on planning your decor.
Yee haw.. y'all have a Merry Christmas!
Co-owner, Kathy Harrison, takes you through the steps of how to create a Tuscan inspired colorful Christmas in your home for this year's season.
1. Neutral tones give the perfect background to mix traditional red and green with a multicolored plaid to ring in the holidays.
This entry welcomes guests with festively dressed pots and porch trees. Easy to use Red ball garlands were wrapped on the 6’ porch lit trees in urns, below bows adorning the lanterns.
3.The Shiny black baby grand piano was the inspiration to add black and white ornaments to the colorful mixture!
The garlands frame the mirror, but also drape over the side chest for a dramatic effect.
4. The same decorating thread of red & multicolored, and gold flow into the family room and kitchen with an added texture, tweed ribbon
The beautiful contemporary Painting and the rug were the inspiration for the mantle and Christmas Tree décor. Red vlvet poinsettias and gold magnolia garland are perfect for fabulous filler florals, easy to attach to the faux green garland.
Tip: C-clamps are used on the side of the mantle and the middle to hold the base garland in place without nails or screws.
5. . Fill a bowl with Christmas balls. Makes a wonderful easy centerpiece for the dining table.
Santa has his own tree decorated like the big tree, plus a Coton Colors Happy Everything platter with changeable Velcro attachments, provides a simple centerpiece for the island. Plate stays out and transitions to Valentine, Easter with the Velcro attachments.
6.Whimsical touches from the stockings hung on the bookcases, create delight. Pick a spot in your home that can be seasonal, spirit lifting, to decorate. With Simple but effective décor pieces, store in a clear tub for easy change out. Look at big glass jars filled with layered holiday candy for a sweet accent.
Valentine's Texas Style is the theme for this beautiful home of our designer Leslie. She wanted to create an over the top entryway to welcome her family and friends for Valentines and her birthday!
Taking a cue from The Round Top Collection Love Letters she incorporated a touch of blue! This touch of blue adds whimsy and interest, it is complemented with red, pink and of course our signature black and white.
The entry door garland was created with a green pine garland base, black and white ball garland was added in and beautiful bows out of Miss Cayce's designer ribbon. The Round Top Collection Valentine stakes & signs are the big focal points. Valentine florals add more hearts, glitter sprays and leaves to finish the garland. (tip, remove the Valentine's and create a spring/Easter garland)
Matching teardrops complete the entry!
Valentine Teardrops, welcome home mat and The Round Top Collection Heart stake and love bird gallery art keep the entry simple.
Versatile gallery XOXO heart stake can be used on a wooden finial stand or staked in a pot of flowers! This artwork is designed by Texas artist Roxanne Spradlin.
Miss Cayce's would like to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day!
Happy decorating y'all
Becky and Kathy
“Theming for a Lifestyle” is a mantra Kathy and I live by. Why you may ask? It narrows down the choices and creates focus and direction for decorating. Christmas is no exception to this rule. Your Christmas Décor should complement your home decor. Since the Christmas tree is your largest Christmas decoration and the focal point, it is important to choose a theme that flows seamlessly with your home.
Think about it, anytime you throw a party, host your friends, plan an event, decorate your home, etc, you have a theme, so why would your Christmas not have a theme? Many people believe that Christmas decor is exclusively Red and Green, but Kathy and I believe that your Christmas can be themed any way you want.
Wikipedia: “a central topic, a subject or concept (the author is trying to point out)”
Webster’s: “a unifying or dominant idea or motif with common elements”
Miss Cayce's: simplified focus, narrowing choices of common elements when decorating for Christmas, parties, events, home décor and personal style
Here are our top 4 reasons to theme your Christmas:
1. A unifying concept or theme gives every home a professional sheen
2. Simplifies your buying and decorating
3. Saves money and time
4. Creates focus and finish
One of our missions at Miss Cayce's is to stage many different Christmas themes as if they were in a home. We plan out our themes at the beginning of the year based on trends, traditions, modern styles, and more. We wanted to create a space where people could imagine the decor in their home and even customize their Christmas to fit their personality and style.
Your Christmas could be traditional Red, Green and Gold, or it could be a neutral Gold, Silver and Bronze, or it could be a bright and fun multi color, or a retro Black and White, or a soft Blue, Silver and Gold. The options are endless.
Check out a few of the different areas featured in the store this 2018 season below for some inspiration.
Merry Metals Tree
The Merry Metals area is filled with rich metal tones, copper, gold, silver, pewter and platinum. The theme is perfect for a neutral but warm home that features browns and golds.
The Christmas tree features oversized Bows, tied with multi-patterned designer ribbon, (the 1st key ingredient) to complement the large tree. A Gold Lantern with a candle inside adds a touch of the unexpected.
Frosted Metals Tree
Even within the Merry Metals theme, we have a lighter version called frosted metals for homes that have a clean neutral and white theme. We used a flocked tree and decorated it with softer tones of pewter, silver, platinum and mat gold, mixed with burlap and gray.
Snow Fun Christmas Tree
The Snow Fun Christmas Tree Theme is exactly what its called, SNOW FUN! Red, White, Christmas Green with pops of Black and White. Whimsical snowmen are the focal point, and the flocked tree is their perfect wintry home. The over sized red felt poinsettias are an unexpected surprise and complement the large presents. We used large green balls to pop against the flocked tree.
Of course we have a second version of the Snow Fun Christmas Tree for those who prefer more Red and White versus the Black and White. The color story is similar Red, Green and White, but we used red and white striped balls instead of the black and white, and the elves are the star of this tree.
The Nutcracker Tree
Taking the cues from the Nutcracker Suite, this Christmas Tree's theme is a multicolored. Pops of Red, Blue, Bright Green, Gold and Pink all compliment the variety of Nutcrackers and their regal uniforms.
These are just a few of the themes we have decorated this year. Let us know which one is your favorite or which one you would want to decorate your home with. Also do not forget to post your decor and tag us on Instagram @misscayces.
To follow along how we decorate our Christmas Trees, check out our newly updated Recipe for Tree Trimming on our website now!